Annie Taylor

Annie Taylor

09-05-1929 - 10-22-2021


Annie Mae Taylor, daughter of the late Phillip and Eva Edwards was born on September 5, 1929 in Green-Pond, South Carolina. She passed away to a larger life on Friday, October 22, 2021 at Montefiore Hospital. Annie Mae received her formal education in the public school system in Green-Pond, South Carolina.
Annie Mae Taylor was a member of Greater Bethel AME Church, she joined under the leadership of Reverend Carper where she was a member for more than 50 years and served many boards and organizations, mainly the Usher Ministry and South Carolina Ministry. Sis. Taylor was a faithful member, loyal friend and one of the Mother’s of the Church.
Mrs. Taylor was an excellent cook who took pride in feeding those she loved. In addition, she was a “fancy” dresser; she always had a beautiful suit and a hat to match. She took pride in everything she did, and always with the blessing of the Lord. One of her favorite sayings was “If GOD Says So”.
Annie Mae leaves to cherish her memories: her husband Richard Taylor; four children: Ethel (Inurie), Ronald, Richard and Johnny; grandchildren: Angie, Lizette and Lauren; great-grandchild: Zaire; one sister: Dorothy Johnson and her brother, Edzorn Edwards; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and a community of friends.

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