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Barbara G Taylor

29 décembre 194213 avril 2021
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Barbara M. Glenn-Taylor was born to Frances Mae Glenn on December 29, 1942 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Barbara departed this world on April 13, 2021 after a lengthy illness.

Barbara’s mother, Frances, married Daniel Garcia in Hawaii. They later moved to Maryland, where they raised Barbara with her sisters and brothers. Affectionately known as Bobbie, Barbara attended Bates High School in Annapolis, Salisbury State College in Eastern Shore, Towson State College in Baltimore County, and several other institutions. She married Elmer Taylor, and they settled in Wayland, Massachusetts and had two sons – Wayne and Stephen. Bobbie continued to further her education in Massachusetts and gained employment at Bunker Hill Community College. She was known as one of the founding faculty members at Bunker Hill.

Barbara maintained close contact with her family in Maryland, driving to visit them whenever she could. She loved reminders of the South Pacific in Hawaii. Above all, she deeply loved her sons. She was a hard worker, who enjoyed her work and students at Bunker Hill.

Barbara was preceded in death by her parents Frances and Daniel Garcia, her brother Richarldo Garcia, and her niece, Deanna (Terry) Johnson. She leaves to mourn two sons, Wayne and Stephen Taylor, brother Williard (Billy) Glenn, four sisters: Geraldine Johnson, Linda Garcia, Darlena Garcia Massari, Frances Garcia Vaughn (Glen), and a host of nieces and nephews.

We loved her simply, we loved her abundantly, and we loved her with great joy.

She will always be by our side.

MOM’S JOURNEY

She’ll enter into Glory-

Where everything is pure

As Jesus walks, she'll take His hand

For her troubles are no more.

The pain, the stress, the sorrow

The ending of all labor

She ran the race set for her~

Mom's gained

Eternal Life

- Lovingly submitted by Barbara’s sons and family

Services

  • Visitation

    vendredi, 23 avril , 2021

  • Graveside Service

    samedi, 24 avril , 2021

Souvenirs

Barbara G Taylor

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ENVOYEZ CONDOLEANCES
LAMINE BA

28 avril , 2021

I am saddened to have woken up to the news of the passing of my esteemed colleague and friend Barbara Taylor. I met Barbara the first day I came to Bunker Hill Community College for a Job Interview. She approached me with a beam and grin that made me feel welcome, comfortable, and confident. I knew right then that Barbara would help me fit in if I am hired, and she did.

She has been a mentor, a guide, and a confidant for me who has enthusiastically given me advice and resolutely supported me in surviving in my new position. She was always the first to arrive on campus very early in the morning, and I lost the competition trying to play early bird with her. I enjoyed talking to her in those early morning hours before class and got plenty of advice on what to and not do at the college. I can still hear her inimitable laughter every time we run into each other, and she always had a joke and laughter. After I got a leave of absence for a position in Washington DC, Barbara came to visit. I could see how much kindness she had for me and how cheerful she was to meet my family and me. She took great pleasure in teaching and loved her students.

May my prayers comfort your family through this difficult time and give you the courage to support your loss.



May Barbara’s soul rest in perfect peace. Ride Free.

LAMINE BA

28 avril , 2021

I am saddened to have woken up to the news of the passing of my esteemed colleague and friend Barbara Taylor. I met Barbara the first day I came to Bunker Hill Community College for a job Interview. She approached me with a beam and grin that made me feel welcome, comfortable and confident. I knew right then that Barbara will help me fit in if I am hired and she did.

She has been a mentor, a guide and confidant for me who has enthusiastically given me advice and resolutely supported me on how to survive in my new position. She was always the first to arrive on campus very early in the morning and I lost the competition trying to play early bird with her. I took delight in talking to her in those early morning hours before class and get plenty of advice of what to and not do at the college. I can still hear her inimitable laughter every time we run into each other and she had always a joke and laughter. After I got a leave of absence for a position in Washington DC, Barbara came to visit. I could see how much kindness she had for me and how cheerful she was to meet me and my family.

May my prayers comfort your family through this difficult time and give you the courage to support your loss.



May Barbara’s soul rest in perfect peace. Ride Free.

Nicole Guilmette

26 avril , 2021

I am so sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of working with Barbara in the science department at BHCC for many years. We both arrived early in the morning to set up our labs. I fondly remember our morning chats that would at times make us late for the labs we came in so early to set up! She was a model and mentor to new faculty. She was funny, passionate and devoted to her students. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

Nicole

Robert Steeper

26 avril , 2021

Dear Wayne and Stephen
I’m so sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. I clearly remember meeting your mother for the first time at an orientation meeting before BHCC even opened its doors back in 1973. Over the next several decades I had the privilege of working closely with your mother and getting to know her. She was always very dedicated to her teaching and her students. I also fondly remember when she first brought the two of you into the college and I got to meet you. She was so proud of both of you and your accomplishments. You were the main focus of her life. With Barbara’s passing a part of BHCC’s history has also passed.
My sincere condolences
Bob Steeper

George Griffin

23 avril , 2021

I am very saddened to hear of Barbara's passing. She was a founding member of BHCC and her passion for teaching and for her students was unsurpassed. She loved the College and her students for decades. I was happy and proud to have worked with her in the Science Department. We shared so many great times and she will be greatly missed by so many. Bill Griffin

Dr Lloyd Sheldon Johnson

23 avril , 2021

I am saddened by this loss. Barbara and I worked together for many years and shared many memorable moments at social and cultural events that supported the college. She was there at BHCC from the beginning and she, Judith Burnett, and Pat Alexander were among Shive's favorites. May you find comfort in the many special memories you created over the years. Trusting that embracing those cherished times will bring some peace as you grieve, know that you are embraced by the Divine Energy that is universal.
Dr. Lloyd Sheldon Johnson

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