Mae, beloved wife of Terrence Taylor, Sr., a mother, daughter, sister, and nurse, passed away on Wednesday, April 19, 2023, leaving behind a legacy that will be cherished forever. Her life was filled with love, compassion, and a passion for making a difference in the lives of others.
Born on December 12, 1956, Mae grew up with a zest for life, immersing herself in various interests, including playing the piano, guitar, dancing, singing, and basketball. After pursuing her passion for performing arts and basketball in her youth, Mae became a dedicated and compassionate nurse. She touched the lives of countless patients and made a significant impact on her colleagues. Mae was not only a nurse but also a mentor to many. Her nurturing nature and willingness to lend a helping hand made her a trusted confidante and advisor. Her dedication to excellence in her profession culminated in her earning a Doctorate of Nursing Practice.
Mae’s sense of humor and infectious laughter brought joy to those around her. She had a genuine love for people and a natural ability to make everyone feel welcome and valued.
Mae was the epitome of love and devotion as a wife. She was a constant source of strength and comfort, standing by her husband’s side through thick and thin. Mae was a beacon of love and support for her children and a mother figure to many more. She was always there with open arms, offering comfort, guidance, and unconditional love. She instilled in her children the values of kindness and resilience that will guide them throughout their lives.
Mae’s impact on the world will be felt for years to come. Her memory will live on in the hearts of all those she touched, and her legacy will continue through the lives of her loved ones. In addition to her husband Terrence, she is survived by her mother Josefina, four children Jonathan, Joanna Mae, TJ, and Cameron, four siblings, and six grandchildren. Mae’s life will be celebrated at 3:00 pm on Friday, May 5, 2023, at Morrissett Funeral & Cremation Service, where family, friends, colleagues, and all those whose lives she lives touched are invited to come together to honor her memory.