Valerie Taylor (nee MacMillan)
Lieu de naissance : O'Leary, Ile du Prince-Édouard, Canada
Date de naissance : 27 janvier 1957
Lieu de décès : Moncton, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada
Date de décès : 30 avril 2012
Suddenly, peacefully, surrounded by family, the death occurred of Valerie Taylor (nee MacMillan), Rice Point, on April 30, 2012, at Moncton
Hospital. She was the beloved wife and best friend of Captain Kirk Taylor, cherished and devoted mother of Karianne (Jim Morrison) and
Sarah. Born in O’Leary on Jan. 27, 1957, she was the much loved daughter of Margaret (nee MacKenzie) and the late Albert MacMillan of West Cape. Her loving presence will also be dearly missed by her brothers and sisters: Blair, Iva Griffin, Ivan (Juliette Smith), Kevin (Priscilla), Nancy, Vance, Ian (Cathy), Leita (Leigh) Chisholm, and Chris (Betty) as well as parents-in-law Forbie and Bertha Taylor of Nine Mile Creek, brother-in-law Paul (Nancy) and sister-in-law Sheri (Troy) Bradley. Her numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins who she loved so much will also cherish her memory. Valerie was predeceased by her father in 1978, her brother Dale in 1998, her brother-in-law Vincent Griffin in 1981 and sister in infancy in 1965. Throughout Valerie’s life, she touched many people and became involved in many activities. In 1980, she joined Regis Duffy at DCL and was instrumental in helping the company grow into a leading multi-national company in the chemical industry. In her spare time, she spent many hours volunteering and cheering her family and friends at speed-skating, hockey, and softball events. Together with her best friend Kirk, their love of physical activity led them to many hours of enjoyment actively engaged in golfing, any type of exercise class, curling, running and skiing. Her and Kirk’s love of the sea and travel led them to taking many cruises over the years throughout the world. Resting at Belvedere Funeral Home for visitation Thursday 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Friday from Canoe Cove Presbyterian Church at 11 a.m. Interment in the church cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society or Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation.