Marjorie Taylor

A photo of Marjorie Taylor

Service:

Blenheim Community Funeral Home
Monday November 20, 2017
10:30 a.m.

Visitation:

Blenheim Community Funeral Home
Sunday November 19, 2017
2:00 - 4:00 & 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.

Marjorie Mae Taylor (nee Knott) passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family on Monday, November 13, 2017 in her 88th year.  Marjorie, beloved wife of the late Ernest Taylor.  Loving daughter of the late Ivan and Ella Knott.  Cherished Mother of Donna (Rick) Pritchard, Lou Anne (Bob) Pauhl , Bill (Jan) Taylor and Jean Taylor (Jim Riches), Myra (Don) Pettit; Adored by her grandchildren Dustin Pritchard (Emily Marks), Janelle (Tim) Cobban, Anne (Lambert) Cook, Ellana Pauhl, Shayna Taylor, Jamison Cass, Courtney Cass, and Taylor Cass; and nine great grandchildren; Dear sister of Murray Knott, Bob (Peggy) Knott; and by her many other loved nieces, nephews and friends.  Predeceased by son Wayne Taylor, sister Ella Knott, sister-in-law Helen Knott and her step-mother Olive Knott.  Marjorie was an avid Shuffleboard player and President of Chatham (Thames-Horizon) Shuffleboard Club, Past President of the Florida State Shuffleboard Ass’n, and a member of the South-East Coast Shuffleboard Ass’n.  She was a member of Team Canada Shuffleboard and represented Canada in Las Vegas, California, Edmonton, Japan, Australia, Rio Deja Nero, New Brunswick, and Russia.  Marjorie was inducted into the U.S.A. Shuffleboard Hall of Fame and was also inducted into the Dresden Sports Hall of Fame (as the fastball pitcher for the “Florence Chicks”).  Special thanks to the incredible care given by South West CCAC London and Chatham Regions.  Visitation will be held at the Blenheim Community Funeral Home 53 Stanley St, Blenheim on Sunday, November 19, 2017 from 2:00 – 4:00 & 7:00 – 9:00 p.m., where the memorial service will be held on Monday at 10:30 a.m.  If desired, donations to The Cancer Society will be gratefully acknowledged.

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What a fitting picture of your Mom-That is exactly how I remember her. She was always alive and joking whenever I saw her-either at the golf course or out in public. I hope your happy memories can help you through this difficult time

Bill & Jan please find comfort knowing you are in our thoughts and prayers. Hugs.

Our condolences to the whole family. She was a wonderful person who always had a smile for you !!! I have some fond memories of all the pool parties Ernie & Marj used to take part in with Mom & Dad.

To all of the Taylor family....we are sending our sincere condolences for your loss. Marj was a "one of a kind" lady. Always bubbly and joyful to be around. She will be sadly missed by many.

Kourtney and family, Sending you our thoughts and love from the entire McKernan Family. Laura, Cathie, Ian and Jamie

To the entire Taylor family our condolences for your loss. Marje was a wonderful lady who always had time to share a smile and inquire how our family was doing. She will be missed. Scott & Donna Makey

Sincere condolences to Donna, Lou Anne, Jean and your families. I met Marj through shuffleboard in the 90’s and have many fantastic memories of the travel times we shared as well as the good times we had at her home in Blenheim. Marj was always up to a game of cards and was an active partner at pulling pranks. Her sense of humor and friendship will be missed.

My sincere condolences to the entire family.

What a pleasure and privilege to have known such an interesting happy Champion of an Woman, We will always remember her radiant face and the instant warmth felt when first meeting her. A loving lovely lady who really loved a challenging game of Euchre.

We are so sorry for your loss. We first knew Marje at Park City when she became friends with my mother and father, Francis and Evelyn Renaud. Over the years we had become friends as well and she became my mentor for playing shuffleboard. She was such a big part of our lives in Park City and we will miss her smiles and sass. It won't be the same without her.

Donna, Rick, Lou Anne, Bob, Bill, Jan, Jean, Jim, Myra, Don, Shayna, all of your families and the Knott family. Sending my deepest sympathies and love to you all. Marj was a wonderful Mom and Grandma, I can still hear that call she would make to get your attention outside. I have many fond memories at the farm. Love you all, hugs and prayers. Karen

There is another angel in the choir in heaven.

so sorry to hear of your loss. we will miss marj in folrida .she loved shuffleboard and made me the shuffleboard player I am today . we loved her Belgian waffles and strawberries .I was there the marj had a hole in one at cooper city golf in florida. awesome lady.Rest in peace marj.

Sending thoughts and prayers to the family.... find comfort in the memories of a very special lady....

To Bill & Jan, We are sad to hear the loss of your mother. We will miss her smiling face and 'fun' on the golf course. She will be missed.

So sorry for your loss. We will miss her smiling face. And sweet personality especially at holey board. Love and thinking of all the family. She will be missed.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you in the loss of a wonderful shuffle player and mother. God bless Joyce (Payne) & Bill Guerin

To Lou Anne , Donna , Jean & Bill , sorry to hear about your mother's passing , you were lucky to have such a wonderful mother . I always found her to be full of fun and a joy to be around . The last time I saw her was on , I belive her 80th birthday I was home visiting Heather and we poped over to wish her well . She was as usual having fun with her family and friends , which is how I will remember her . God's speed Marjorie T.J.

To Lou Anne ,Donna , Jean & Bill , so sorry to hear of your Ma's passing she was a great lady full of fun and life and a joy to be around . I think it was her 80th birthday the last time I saw her , I was home , so Heather took me over to the farm to see her , she was in good form making sure everyone was taken care of and enjoying the company of her well wishers . And that is how I will remember your Ma guy's , a very kind and special lady , God's speed Marjorie T.J.

Our sincere sympathy to all the family. Marjorie had a great smile, a positive outlook, and was always welcoming.

May you find comfort in your many memories of a very accomplished lady. Thinking of you all. Ted and Brenda

Sending our thoughts and prayers to the families. Our condolence-Rest in Peace Marjorie Taylor

Donna, Lou Anne, Jean and all your families.... Sincere condolences. I met Marjorie thru shuffleboard back in mid 90’s. We spent many good times together around the world....and here at home. I had the pleasure of staying at her home in Blenheim and in Florida. Lots of cards, laughter and fun around the kitchen table. These are memories I will always treasure. It was also a wonderful to meet you gals on several occasions, when you shared special occasions with your mom. Diana

We were so sorry to hear of Marj's passing. She was a wonderful lady. I enjoyed many games of golf with her over the years. I have known her since I was a child and she and Ernie were good friend of my parents , Ruth and Garnet Walker. Our sincerest condolences to you all.

To the family : May Marjorie Rest in Peace. What a wonderful lady, she will be missed in our community. Prayers and fond memories are what we have to remember of our dearly departed, Marjorie. Our most heartfelt condolences.

so very sorry for your loss. Marj was always fun to be around and was great to share her knowledge about golf and shuffleboard. She will be missed by so many.