It is with broken hearts that the family of the late Emily Jane Taylor announce her passing on Saturday, September 30th, 2023 at her home in Blanc Sablon at the young age of 61. Emily Jane was raised in Forrester’s Point.
Left to mourn, her loving husband Danny of 33 years.
She will be missed by her loving siblings; Joanna (Todd predeceased), Baxter (Sharon), Isaiah (Myrtle) , Jim (Joyce), Yolande, Anna (Richard) and John.
She will be missed by many nieces and nephews, Emily, Brittany, Mindy, Kelsey G, Sarah B, Dorothy, Vicki, Hayley, Naomi, Julia, Kelsey, Sarah L, Pam, Joy, Samantha, Jason, Jamie, Jordan, Jagger, Shawn, Trevor, and Eric
She is predeceased by nephew Martin. She will also be missed by her great nieces and nephews; Kyla, William, Jenna, Jayla, Kegan, Liam, Adaiah, Paislee, Roman, Ruben, Bentley, Audrey, Mariame, Leo, Noah, Rachel, Kayla, Justin, Jack, William and Matthieur.
Emily Jane was predeceased by her mother & father, Leah Taylor and Samuel Taylor, mother and father-in-law Helene Blanche and Wilfred Lavallee. Her Siblings Ethel Taylor, Roderick, Conard. brother -in-law Todd McLean. nephew, Martin Lavallee.
She will be missed by many family members and friends.
Emily Jane was born August 8, 1962 and grew up in Forresters Point on the Great Northern Peninsula, a place in which she loved dearly. Emily moved to Blanc Sablon in 1990 working and where she found the love of her life Danny. Emily Jane got engaged to Danny, they didn’t have their own children, but they considered their sisters kids as their own, Brittany and Emily and late Martin was like their son. Emily Jane was the glue that held everyone together, putting others needs before any of her own. She worked at many jobs and was the person everyone came to for a chat or for a shoulder to lean on. An amazing wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, cousin, friend, and coworker gone too soon. Her hands were never idle. She loved making crafts for every occasion and decorating her house and her shed. She enjoyed her get togethers in her shed with all her friends and music being played and everyone was welcome to her home.
She used to say: The more, the merrier. She was a happy person.
The family would like to express their sincere gratitude to doctors, nurses, and staff while she was in the hospital.
The family will be receiving friends at Saint Mary’s church in Forrester’s Point, visiting hour and the funeral service time to be announced.
Rest in peace Emily Jane Taylor
A Memorial Tree was planted for Emily Jane
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Fillatre's Funeral Homes