In Loving Memory of
1927 - 2021
Obituary of Mollie TaylorMollie Taylor, a Scottish born mother, sister, wife, grandmother, aunt, friend and valued member of the community left her life of 94 years peacefully with family by her side. Mollie, an avid cyclist, was born in Aberdeen Scotland where she was married in 1947 at the age of 20 to rival cycling club member Peter Taylor (d.1999). She sailed the ocean to Canada in 1952 with her 3 year old daughter Denise to reunite with Peter, where they began the life that many were blessed to be a part of. Mollie touched the lives of many, including her 3 daughters, 4 grandchildren (Erin, Graeme, Nikki, Rocco), 5 great grandchildren (Cameron, Alycia, Riley, Cassie, Leah), 3 great great grandchildren (Marissa, Henley, Holden) and several nieces and nephews in Scotland and Canada. She lived a busy life as an active member of her community, while caring for her daughters Denise (Taylor), Patrice (Orr), and Shonah (Enzo Laurenti). A member of the UCW at Central United Church and Welland Liberal Ladies. Mollie enjoyed golfing, curling, swimming and anything involving the outdoors or family. Those that were lucky enough to have known Mollie throughout her life can attest to her quick wit and natural sense of humour right up until the peaceful end. Mollie was not afraid to speak the truth, “what you see is what you get” was what she would always say. Mollie leaves an impact on all the lives she has been a part of, leaving five generations of family as she moves forward from this physical world to join her beloved husband Peter.
In keeping with Mollie's wishes, cremation has taken place. The family of the Late Mollie Taylor invite you for a Celebration of her Life taking place at Central United Church 12 Young Street Welland, ON on Sunday September 26, 2021. The family will receive guests from 12:00PM - 1:00PM followed by 1:00PM funeral service. For those who are unable to attend physically, please join us virtually on Zoom, the link for Central United Church can be found on Mollie's tribute page at EssentialsNiagara.com. Afterward the service will be posted on Central United Church Welland Youtube page. If you can't make it at 1:00PM you may watch it afterward by going to YouTube and in the search type in Central United Church Welland. The service will be posted there. All Covid 19 protocols are in place. Please wear a mask and try to stay physically distanced. Attendance is limited to 90 people and will be on first come, first serve basis
Arrangements have been entrusted to Essentials Cremation and Burial Services (905) 734 1031. Online condolences may be shared on Mollie's tribute page found at EssentialsNiagara.com
The family would like to give thanks to Rapleje staff for taking such loving care of Mollie in her last years. We were blessed, during covid especially, to know she was always happy and safe. Our last week with her was made more peaceful by their loving care.
Donations in memory of Mollie can be made to Central United Church, Welland or to Auxiliary Department of Rapleje Lodge 277 Plymouth Road, Welland Ontario L3B 6E3.
Being a part of Mollie’s life was a blessing, and her memories will forever be a treasure.
Mosport Mollie has now crossed the finish line.
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A Celebration of LifeDate & Time:
September 26, 2021
12:00 pm until 2:00 pm Location:
Central United Church
12 Young Street
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My heart and love is sent to all of the family in these hard times.
May Nan Rest in Peace and be just as happy in heaven reuniting with Loved ones as the love she shared on earth. OUR Family sends love and comfort your way.
REST IN PEACE NAN XO
Our CONDOLENCES during these times.
I know our mom would want us to send a note of condolences
Many outings were shared along with their friendship
May the good memories be carried by you 3 girls
Bette Reads.( Daughter). Lou
Shonah and family
I am so sorry for your loss
My deepest condolences and thinking of you and your family during this difficult time
Sorry for you loss. I always love sitting with Mollie at the arena she was a joy to talk to.
So very sorry for your loss. My deepest condolences.
We are so very sorry for your loss. Mollie(nana) was such a an amazing spirited women. Mollie will truely be missed. May she rest in peace.
We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. She was a shining star when she was part of the St. Charles Village community, and has been missed since her move. She was lucky to have her loving daughters who truly cared about Molly and would do anything for her.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of you.
St. Charles Village Staff
So sorry. Your Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother was a truly interesting person who led a very active life…especially golfing and curling. She always had a smile on her face whenever we saw her. My husband, Bill, always teased Mollie about her great set of ‘pins’ (legs) which always made her smile from ear to ear.
She was a dear friend and will be truly missed.
Sending our heartfelt condolences to Mollie’s family. She was a wonderful neighbour to our young family years ago on Aqueduct St. She forever touched our hearts after sharing her shortbread, wine, stories, and many, many years of Christmas Cards. I hope you all find peace knowing she lived such a long and wonderful life.