We have been asked by so many people to set this page up for MARIE TAYLOR.
she had been taken from us so unexpected, a deadly blow to those close to her poor family and friends. Maries son Kieth Taylor had just lost his life on the 8th Sept 2018 from Carcinoid cancer which is a very rare cancer and has just been cremated.
Following this awful time for the Taylor family, it got all too much for Marie and her health conditions took a fast plumit which lead to her sadly passing away shortly after her son.
Sadly, on the 03 November 2018 Marie was suddenly taken from us unexpectedly leaving her family and friends distraught by the sad news so close to loosing her son Keith previously only weeks before hand. Amongst Marie's children is a daughter called Donna , not only was she Marie's daughter she was her best friend, her side kick, her carer, her rock, strength, her everything. After the blow of loosing her brother she has now lost her everything and is finding it difficult to find the fight to get through a second loss emotionally, mentally, physically and financially.
Please please please find a place in your hearts to support this amazing lady we know, to help her through this tough time with a little financial help towards her mum Marie's funeral so she can say goodbye in a special way, the way her mum deserves.
After Marie is cremated, she will be taken along with her son and husbands ashes to be laid to rest where Nana, Grandad and Auntie Margaret are buried in Newcastle back with the Taylor family roots. Any donations left over will go to the travel expense of the long journey.
Even if a donation is not what you can manage, I'd like to thank you for taking the time to read the bio and keep the Taylor family in mind and heart. Thank you.
My friend Marie Taylor How do I describe the most selfless person I know? How do I explain the multitude of ways she made me better, or how she never missed an opportunity to encourage me, How do I begin to recount the times she went out of her way to help me , she touched my life in ways you couldn't imagine ? This is a woman who put her own problems to one side and went out of her way for those she loved,
"I'LL help you man don't be daft" I can’t be the only person who heard Marie say those words over and over again – no expectation of anything in return. To call her a ‘giver’ doesn’t do her justice. Giving was simply part of her nature, a portion of her soul.