Date: Friday 15th October 2021
Patricia's funeral service will be held at St John's Church, Read, followed by committal at Accrington Crematorium. Please feel free to wear a touch of orange.
Patricia Taylor (Pat)
Patricia Taylor passed away suddenly but peacefully on Saturday 25th September 2021. A loving mother to Dawn, grandmother to Daniel, Emily and Bliss and great granny to Nancy.
She was also aunty Pat, nana Pat and Mrs Taylor to scores of children and members of the communities whom she served and will forever hold a special place in their hearts. Never one to shy away, she continued to work right up until the day before her death with the children of Shuttleworth College, where she ran whole school Nurture Provision. She was loved and respected by her colleagues many of whom she counted as close friends.
She will be remembered as being a strong caring woman, with a wicked sense of humour, an unshakeable belief in the goodness of people and shining optimism even in the hardest of times. She will be dearly missed and leaves behind a legacy of hope for the future for all those who she loved, worked with and helped throughout her remarkable life.
Family flowers only please, donations in memory of Patricia are being gratefully received on behalf of Brighter Lives Northwest via the donate button below
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MESSAGES for the family of Patricia Taylor (Pat)
Oh nana pat, your heart and soul shaped so many peoples lives, including mine. You will forever be in my mind and heart, and we will make sure your legacy is kept running. You are one special lady, sending all my love xxx
So sorry for your loss. Nanna Pat was a huge part of my life throughout my school years and helped me through many challenging stages of my life. I’ll forever be grateful for the kind hearted selfless soul she was. May she be at peace ❤️ xxx
Christine and Paul Kirkham
So sorry for your loss.
Pat to me over the last 5 and a half years has been my Colleague, Mum. Gran but most importantly my friend. Pat had so much time for me and my family and welcomed me in to hers with open arms. I have so many happy stories and memories of Pat including right up until the day before she left us. I will be eternally grateful for all the things I learnt from Pat and witness the impact she had on the lives of so many people. Rest Easy Pat. Love and Miss you everyday xxx