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Virginia Anne Elizabeth Denisiuk Taylor
Birth: Mar. 23, 1940
Blairsville
Indiana County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Oct. 7, 1989
Columbia
Richland County
South Carolina, USA

The State/Columbia, SC
Monday, October 9, 1989
Mrs. Virginia A. Taylor - Mrs. Virginia Anne Elizabeth Taylor, 49, of 9401 Wilson Blvd,. Lot 367, died Saturday.

Born in Blairsville, Penn., she was a daughter of Thelma Piper Denisiuk Bittner and the late Joseph Denisiuk. She was a former saleswoman and a member of Killian Baptist Church.

Surviving are her husband, James Waldon Taylor; a son James W. Taylor, Jr. of Terre Haute, Ind.; daughters Mrs. Teresa E. Kautz and Mrs. Victoria J. Kisner, both of Terre Haute, and Ms. Cynthia Taylor of Columbia; her mother of Portage, Ind.; brothers, Joseph, Earl and Michael Denisiuk, all of Portage; and sisters, Mrs. Clara Clark of Union, Mo., Mrs. Marlene Spradlin of Hobart, Ind., and Ms. Mary Bittner, Mrs. Patricia Walker, and Mrs. Deborah Zedov, all of Portage.

Services will be held at 5 p.m. Today at Killian Baptist Church.

Talbert-Shives Funeral Home is in charge.

She loved to cook, bake and sew, and was very good at all. She was also good at fixing miscellaneous household things. I don't believe there was much she couldn't conquer if she put her mind to it. She was very strong willed, determined, independent, and always dependable. She had strong values and taught by example. Those who knew her were lucky and blessed, for she wouldn't forget them or they her. She was quick to blush and turn bright red, and the veins in her forehead would protude a "V" in the center of her forehead. She was born a Catholic, and went to Catholic schools before changing to public school for her high school years. Her dad wanted her to be a teacher, but instead she chose to be a wife and then a mother. When she married, she converted to being a Presbyterian. Then in the early 1980's converted to Baptist. She joined Killian Baptist Church with her husband and daughter on April 3, 1988, their 30th wedding anniversary. She was also very loving and devoted to her grandchildren, though she didn't have them for long, and they could do no wrong. She also loved cats and dogs. She is missed very much by her children and family.

Grandson, Samuel Joseph Kautz
 
 
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 Parents:
  Joseph Denisiuk (1914 - 1986)
  Thelma Marie Piper Denisiuk Bittner (1921 - 1994)
 
 Spouse:
  James Waldon Taylor (1937 - 2008)*
 
 Children:
  Baby Boy Taylor (1967 - 1967)*
 
 Siblings:
  Virginia Anne Elizabeth Denisiuk Taylor (1940 - 1989)
  Joseph Stanley Denisiuk (1944 - 1993)*
  Marlene Helen Denisiuk Spradlin (1948 - 2015)*
  Mary Lucille Denisiuk Bittner (1948 - 2011)*
  Earl Francis Denisiuk (1954 - 2006)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Loving Wife, Mother and Companion
 
Burial:
Killian Baptist Church Cemetery
Columbia
Richland County
South Carolina, USA
 
Created by: Cindy Taylor-Matuse
Record added: Jul 01, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14793351
Virginia Anne Elizabeth <i>Denisiuk</i> Taylor
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Virginia Anne Elizabeth <i>Denisiuk</i> Taylor
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Virginia Anne Elizabeth <i>Denisiuk</i> Taylor
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- Kenneth Primeaux
 Added: May. 10, 2015

- Cindy Taylor-Matuse
 Added: May. 9, 2015
Mom, I still think about you everyday. There's nothing I want then to see you again. I miss your voice & beauty. One day we will see each other again & I will never let go of you. I miss you mom.
- Victoria Taylor
 Added: May. 8, 2015
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