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Jacquelynn Taylor

March 14, 2007
Jacquelynn Taylor
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Obituary for Jacquelynn Taylor
Jacquelynn L. "Jackie" Lazear Taylor, 57, of Gilmore Twp. (Jollytown), Greene Co., Pa,. died at 10:45 p.m. Wednesday, March 14, 2007 in the Golden Living Center, Waynesburg, Pa. after a 12 year battle with a cancer related illness.She was born June 15, 1949 in Pittsburgh, Pa. a daughter of the late Jack Lee Knapper and Arlene Ruth Hawk Knapper Lazear and had in resided in Deep Valley prior to moving to Gilmore Twp. In 1970.Mrs. Taylor was a 1967 graduate of West Greene High School and a 1976 graduate of the L.P.N. program of the Greene County Vocational Technical School.She attended Jollytown United Methodist Church and Sugar Grove Bible Chapel.Mrs. Taylor was a member of the New Freeport V.F.D. Auxiliary and a member of the Emerald Chapter #135, O.E.S. in Waynesburg. She was a volunteer with the American Cancer Society. She was employed as a Nurse's Aide at the former Greene County Memorial Hospital and the Exceptional Children Help Organization (E.C.H.O.). She also worked as a Licensed Practical Nurse with Mon- General Hospital,the Clay-Battelle Heath Center and Core Health System, all in West Virginia and for Dr. Jeffrey Smith of Waynesburg prior to her last employment with Monongalia Health Systems, Morgantown, W.Va.On January 17, 1970, she married Earl Lynn Taylor who survives.Also surviving are a son, Robert Lynn, husband of Lori Taylor of Fairmont, W.Va.; 2 grandchildren, Grayson and Meredith Taylor; several nieces and nephews.Deceased in addition to her parents are her step father, Opal Jack Lazear who died on August 30, 1988; two brothers, Donald W. and Ronald A. Knapper; twin brother and sister, Peter and Patricia Knapper, both who died in infancy.
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