Virginia Lee Taylor died peacefully on February 16, 2018, at the age of 96, and was surrounded by her loving family in their home in Bridgewater. Virginia was born and lived most of her life in East Bridgewater. She was the daughter of the late Mary (Ruggles) and Richard Snow. Virginia graduated from East Bridgewater High School, attended Boston University, and was an Electrical Testing Specialist for the Foxboro Company for many years. She also worked part time as a secretary for Dr. Brian Sperre, Podiatrist, after retiring from the Foxboro Company.
Virginia will be missed, but forever remembered by her family. She had a huge heart that loved many including donating to a Native American charity for children. Virginia enjoyed caring for her dogs, baking, gardening, writing, reading Louis L'amour books, painting ceramics, golfing, watching Western television shows, loved watching Red Sox games, and most of all spending time with her family. Her grandchildren will always remember their "Bama" for her generous and loving nature, her quick wit, resiliency, strength of character, and her great sense of humor!
Virginia was a loving wife of the late William Gordon Taylor. Mother of the late Virginia Burr of Bridgewater and Gordon "Richard" Taylor and Mary Taylor of Florida. Sister of Patricia Badbury, Donald Snow, Paul Snow, Phil Snow, and the late Richard Snow, Robert Snow, George Snow, Henry Snow, Martha Sproul, and Marjorie Duff. Virginia was survived by many loving nieces, nephews, and cousins. She was a loving Grandmother of Eric Burr and Tracey Doherty of Bridgewater, Charles Burr and April Saia of Bridgewater, Kendra Burr-Sangster and Robert Sangster of Raynham, Brian Taylor, Jeffrey Taylor, and Amy & John Higgins of Florida. Proud Great Grandmother of Eddie, Ian, Caden, Nicholas, Keila, Isaiah, Katelyn, Taylor Ann, Caroline, and Baylee Elise.
Family and friends are invited to a memorial service on Saturday March 10th at 71 Central Square Congregational Church in Bridgewater at 11:00a.m.
Burial will take place at a later date in Pine Hill Cemetery of West Bridgewater.