Roberta "Bobbie" Taylor Frey

September 15, 1935February 21, 2013

Roberta Mary Frey was born in Detroit, Michigan on September 15, 1935 to Robert and Ethel Taylor. She was one of 4 children. Bobbie passed away peacefully in her Northville, Michigan home, under the gentle care of Angela Hospice, on February 21, 2013 at the age of 77.

She was the beloved mother of Linda Frey, Michael (Therese) Frey, David (Dawn) Frey, Robin Frey, and Daniel (Sandy) Frey. Loving grandmother of 12, great-grandmother of 5 and great-great-grandmother of 1. Bobbie is survived by her sister Edith (Jerry) Rice. Predeceased by her brothers Richard & Tommy Taylor.

Bobbie belonged to the Northville Moose Lodge Chapter #2226 as a member of "The Women of the Moose". She enjoyed playing cards, traveling and boating. Bobbie loved to be around the water, however, she could not swim.

Please join the family for a Memorial Gathering on Sunday, March 17, 2013 from 11:00am until 5:00pm with the Memorial Service at 12:00pm during the gathering at the Kings Mill Clubhouse located at the:

Kings Mill Cooperative 18120 Jamestown Circle Northville, Michigan 48168



  • Memorial Gathering Sunday, March 17, 2013
  • Memorial Service Sunday, March 17, 2013

Roberta "Bobbie" Taylor Frey

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March 14, 2013

Aunt Bobbie was a funny, wonderful, person. When we were kids (The Tom Taylor family) we loved going to her house on Holidays and have a good time. She
was easy to talk to and a great listener. Her family will miss her so much. My Dad loved his little sister and I`m sure he was waiting for her. Love You, Bruce & Kathy

Jeff & Suzie Traudt

February 26, 2013

To Bobbie's family,
My husband and I are so sorry to lose our friendly, funny, outspoken neighbor. She would come over and hang out on our patio from time to time before she got sick. We always enjoyed her company. We will miss her. In fact the next beer I have will be in her honor. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Sandy Frey

February 25, 2013

Bobbie was the best mother-in-law any woman could ask for. She always told me that I was her angel. Well my Dear Bobbie you are my angel now. I love you with all my heart.

N Frey

February 22, 2013

She was a Strong, Independent, Loving, and Beautiful Woman- whom will be dearly missed.

I am PROUD to say she is my Grandmother.

She always spoke her mind, if she didn't like something, you would know. There was never any holding back--I admired this quality of hers.
She was stubborn (most of the Frey's have inherited this)- but who says that's a bad thing? She knew what she wanted and how she wanted it. She deserved to be.
She had a great sense of humor, always knew how to make us laugh.

Heaven is lucky to have an Angel like you.

You will be forever in our hearts.