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Sandra Taylor

Sandra Taylor

March 19, 1964 March 6, 2019

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Obituary for Sandra M. Taylor

Sandra M. Taylor of Doylestown, PA passed away on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 in Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA. She was 54.

Born in Philadelphia, PA to the late Francis J. Taylor, Sr. and Dolores (Cole) Taylor, Sandra resided in Jamison before moving to Doylestown 21 years ago.

She was the beloved partner of 26 years to Todd Ruggie; devoted mother of Lauren Hopkins (Angel) and Kyle Taylor; dear sister of Frank Taylor, Jr. (Charlene), Lisa Stavish (Daniel), Kathy Eylenstein (Eric) and the late Dolores Taylor; also survived by nieces, nephews and two granddaughters (Isabella and Aubrey).

A funeral mass will be held 10:00 am on Friday, March 15th at St. Cyril of Jerusalem Church,1410 Almshouse Road, Jamison, PA 18929.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to be made to Fox Chase Cancer Center.

Send condolences to www.varcoethomasfuneralhome.com

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  • Funeral Mass

    Friday, March 15, 2019 | 10:00am
    St. Cyril of Jerusalem Church
    1410 Almshouse Road
    Jamison, PA
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    Friday, March 15, 2019

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I am so sorry for your families loss. It’s never easy losing a loved one, especially as young as Sandra. I hope this scripture can bring you comfort like it does to me. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4
Comment | Posted at 06:30pm via Condolence

April Lewis

Sandy, I could never forget Sandy. Anyone who ever had the opportunity to spend time with her, could never forget her. She was so full of life, and such a character. She was so easy to talk to. Her laugh and great sense of humor always made me smile. Sandy was tough in the best way while also very loving. Growing up, she welcomed me into her home, and often invited me to stay for dinner. Her Mac n cheese was the best! For awhile there, living a few doors down, Lauren was one of my closest friends. I spent a lot of time with her and her family. It got to a point where I could come over and chat with Sandy. Sandy became more then just my friends mom. She became a friend to me as well, and I am blessed because of that. Todd, Kyle and Lauren, I am so very sorry for such a loss as this. May you hold tight to the beautiful memories. Carry on the light Sandy brought to this world and find comfort that you will be with her again. My prayers are with you all.
Comment | Posted at 09:27pm via Condolence

Ashley Stavish

I believe there are significant things that define each us. For Aunt Sandy, it always stood out to me how she was unapologetically herself. From her amazing, unique style, to her (big) hair (see attached photo), to her love for decorating, flowers, always with nails perfectly polished, she truly colored everyone’s life she met. I like to think she left a lot of that behind in all of us that had the pleasure to know her. I knew her well since she’s not only my aunt but my best friend’s mom and my mom’s best friend. I’ll never forget Laur and I getting our house phones taken off of us because our moms wanted to talk. They’d say it would be 5 minutes but an hour later, they still would be chatting. As sisters do. My aunt left a great legacy behind her. She fought a battle that many would have given up on, but she never did. Her strength, attitude and overall presence she brought is truly something to admire. Life isn’t just about fighting the fight, it’s about living and Aunt Sandy truly did that to the fullest. She was such an amazing mother, aunt, Nana, sister and now angel. I know she’ll watch over us, likely looking down smiling at us living our lives, just as she would have wanted. I’m making a vow to be more like her in that unapologetic way, always say what I feel, never hold back because life is too short. I can still hear her saying “Laaaauren!” A memory that will never fade. I’ll miss her smile her sense of style her big crazy hair her laugh ... but a part of her lives on in all of her family. Especially with the person I don’t know what I’d do without, Laur. I want to thank Aunt Sandy for giving me my lifetime best friend. The sister I never had. I know you’re watching down on us (with Dee Dee, Nan, and Pop) and I know you’re smiling, painting heaven all sorts of pretty colors. My heart is with Laur, Kyle , Todd, Angel, Isabella, Aubrey and the entire family. Heaven is lucky to have her. And I promise to rock a perfect mani, big hair, and drink a Diet Coke in your honor. Love always,
Comment | Posted at 09:52pm via Condolence

Lisa Rosenberg

Lisa (Tartaglia) Rosenberg
I am so deeply saddened to hear about Sandy's passing. My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Taylor family. Sandy and I met in high school and became instant friends. We had a lot of good times together!! I loved being a part of her family even if was just for a little while. We reconnected through Facebook and always talked about getting together. Now I am so sorry we didn't! Goodbye my friend and R.I.P.
Comment | Posted at 09:39pm via Condolence

Ashley Stavish

Comment | Posted at 09:35pm via Condolence

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