Vondalyn M. Taylor

25 novembre , 193222 janvier , 2020

Vondalyn M. Taylor passed away peacefully under in-home hospice care on Wednesday evening, January 22, 2020 in Melbourne, Florida. A long time Brevard county resident, she worked for over thirty years as the front desk receptionist and scheduler at Taylor Accounting. Born in Zanesville, Ohio, she graduated Adamsville High School and attended Meredith Business College before meeting her husband of more than 67 years.

She is survived by her husband, Richard Taylor; her son, Rick Taylor, her daughters; Susan Taylor and Keturah Mazo and son-in-law, Richard Mazo and her two grandchildren, Sofia and R. Anthony Mazo, II, all of Melbourne, Florida.

Her Celebration of Life ceremony will be held on Sunday, February 2, 2020 at 2 pm at Kol Mashiach Messianic Synagogue, 1621 Lake Washington Road, Melbourne, FL 32935.

Flowers may be sent, or in lieu of flowers, please, donate to her favorite rescue group, Lucky Dog Animal Rescue, Inc. (Click the donate button on their Facebook page)


  • Memorial Service dimanche, 2 février , 2020


Vondalyn M. Taylor


Aara Wise

8 février , 2020

Sweet and gracious, always made me giggle. So glad I got to visit with you both in April. Thanks for sharing memories of your time with my parents and grandparents. Rest now until we meet again.
With love,
Aara Wise


31 janvier , 2020

God has a very special angel in heaven. I know she will be missed by all of you. Find comfort in all the the good times you have had,
If I can do anything for you let me know.
God loves you and so do I

Mary Ann

Rick Eurich

31 janvier , 2020

My deepest sympathy to the entire family over the loss of their precious matriarch; a very gracious lady.

I will miss her smile and pleasant nature as a friend and host. Our talks over her great coffee while waiting on Richard to wrap up his current client are fond memories.

With God’s blessings, we will all handle her going home, and look forward to seeing her again in God’s house.

Kyouko (Yoko) Gray

31 janvier , 2020

Please accept with our deepest sympathy. We remember Vondalyn's gentle and warm smile which cheered us up on good days and bad days when she came to the coffeeshop "L'e Bon Ca'fe" .
We miss you Vondalyn .
We shall meet you at Gods garden some day again.

Yheimy Jarman and
Kyouko (Yoko) Gray

Thomas Hart

31 janvier , 2020

It is with deep sadness that I note the passing of Vondalyn, but also with gratitude, for having known such a wonderful lady whose smile lit up any room she was in. I can still hear her delightful laughter, and occasional groan of exasperation, at Richards jokes! She was very warm, and kind, always gracious and beautiful. We are sad at her loss: the angels rejoice at her homecoming!

Debora Curren

30 janvier , 2020

My deepest sympathy to the entire family. I will always remember Vondalyn's beautiful smile and she was such An Elegant lady. God bless all of you and I will remember her in special prayers and love.

Alice Morris

30 janvier , 2020

My heart is sadden for your loss. It is the memories that keep us going. Vondalyn was a wonderful and beautiful lady. My condolences go out to all of the family. She will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Alice, Greg & Wendy Morris

Melodi Shoemaker

29 janvier , 2020

My deepest condolences to all of the family. Your dad and mom were cherished neighbors of the best kind. She was a sweet gracious lady that I was honored to know. God bless all of you and your memories.

Charmaine Burdette

27 janvier , 2020

Sending much love to her family. She was a beautiful lady - inside and out. I am truly sorry for your loss.

Kevin Murphy

27 janvier , 2020

Thank you for always welcoming me.
If I was good or bad in another eyes it didn't matter you. You always believed in me