Beth Ann Taylor

Birth Date: 
Sunday, May 14, 1950
Date of Passing: 
Saturday, June 5, 2021

Beth Ann Taylor

Faithful and humble servant, loving wife, mom to 4, sister, daughter, and friend. She was the best “Grammy” imaginable to her 8 (almost 9) grandkids. Beth was born and raised in a large family in Wooster, Ohio and loved her life and home here. She graduated from Wooster High School in 1968 and received a degree in elementary education from Wittenberg University. She was happiest with her family, enjoying the simple pleasures of life. She started and ended her busy days with her favorite person, her husband and best friend, Greg, together for 57 years.

Beth was a light of Christ, following His command: Love God and Love others. She made God her first priority and had an unwavering faith that was evident in all that she did and encouraging to all those around her. Beth always put others above herself. She anticipated others’ needs, and happily made every task in which she could give of herself, a joyful one. She counted her blessings, found joy in little things, and praised God while valuing each moment.

Beth loved to serve and provide for others. She volunteered with her Church (Sunday school, childcare, church council, vacation bible school, church camp), Meals Together, Master gardening activities, PEO, and the list goes on. She always made time to enjoy great friendships and treasured her siblings as her closest friends.

A retired grade school teacher, Beth never stopped learning or teaching. She was always filled with joy, adventurous, self-less, happy in all things, kind, caring, loving, and positive. Beautiful inside and out, Beth’s constant smile and laughter were contagious. She loved to get her hands dirty, always creating beauty around her. Beth was a “hub” that brought and kept others together. Her happy greetings, loving heart and open door policy made everyone feel valued and welcomed.

Beth is the best of us!  We all are thankful for the love and faithful example she gave us. She planted more than flowers and the blooms will continue to grow.

Beth’s parents were; J.Clyde and Lucy Breneman. Her family includes husband, Greg Taylor; mother-in-law, Betty Mosher; children, Joy Taylor (Katie), Andy Taylor, Kara (Jacob) Melrose, Lori (Jon) Lee; grandchildren, Anna, Roy, Maggie & Lucy Melrose, Cora, Maxwell, & Vivian Lee, and baby Jaide; siblings, Linda (David) Bush, Paula Abrecht, Bob (Amy) Breneman, Jeff (Amy) Breneman, Ben (Sherria) Breneman; siblings-in-law, Tim Taylor, Beth (Tony) Hart, Matt Mosher; and a large group of loving nieces and nephews.

A memorial service in honor of Beth will take place on Friday, June 11 at 11 am at The First Church of God 1953 Akron Rd. Wooster, OH.

McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster is assisting the family.

In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made to Wooster First Church of God which will benefit Camp Otyokwah Youth Church Camp, the Church’s Living Nativity, and other Church Ministries.

Online condolences may be left for the family at www.mcintirebradhamsleek.com

Memorial Contributions: 

In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made to Wooster First Church of God which will benefit Camp Otyokwah Youth Church Camp, the Church’s Living Nativity, and other Church Ministries.

Service: 

A memorial service in honor of Beth will take place on Friday, June 11 at 11 am at The First Church of God 1953 Akron Rd. Wooster, OH.

Condolences

Sending my deepest sympathy and prayers of comfort to the family.

We are so sorry for your family’s loss. Beth will be missed by so many. Prayers & comfort to you all.

Such a lovely service for an extraordinary person. Beth passed through this life shining, and will not be forgotten. Love to her family and friends.

We are so sad! Beth was the secret head of the american part of our familly. Her strength and her kind, gentle heart left its mark on all of us. We can´t believe that we won`t see her again and it feels just like yesterday that we were all laughing and enjoying each others company on the Taylor`s back porch. Our deepest condolences go to Greg, as well as Laurie, Andy, Kara and all other members of this outstanding and loving family!

Please accept my condolences on Beth’s passing. Her warm greetings and infectious smile will be remembered, and she will be missed as an OLO usher.

So heartbroken to hear this news. Beth was such a big part of our church family growing up and she impacted the lives of so many kids including me and sister. Her smile and energy were unmatchable. Sending so much love to her family from ours

Dear Greg,Joy,Andy,Kara and Lori
Beth was one of the kindest people I’ve ever met. I send my deepest condolences
To the whole family.
Leslie

I volunteered with Beth twice a week as Master Gardeners. I will miss her beautiful smile and her laugh, and just the wonderful person that she was. My deepest sympathies to the entire family. God bless you.

Dear Greg, Joy, Andy, Kora and Lori:
So sorry to hear of Beth's passing. She will be remembered by so many for her warmth and kindness. My heart goes out to
your family during this sad time. God Bless you.

So sad that Beth passed...God Bless all her family....she will be missed. Known Beth from High School days, Greg since the 4th grade. Have many great memories spending time with them in Ohio areas, Napa, Hilton Head, Florida areas, Latrobe (Arnold Palmer Country Club), great memories. She had such a warm heart with a wonderful smile always supportive.
Such a SPECIAL person for sure.

I remember Beth’s big smile and her friendliness. I send my deepest condolences to her family.

So sorry for your loss. Deepest condolences to the whole family.

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