September 1, 1929-January 6, 2018

Our mother passed away very peacefully surrounded by her family at Windsor Regional Hospital, Ouellette Campus after a series of strokes on New Year’s Eve.  Margaret is predeceased by her husband Raymond Wilson Taylor (1978), her son Paul Joseph (2001), her brother Gerald McIntyre (2010), and her great granddaughter Fiona Grace Kalaouzis (2016).  Loving mother of Michael and Marilyn Taylor, Tom and Claudia Taylor, Robert Taylor and Carol Burns, Cathy and Bob Wilson, Martha and Brian Sinasac, Bill Taylor and Lisa Harris, Peggy and Frank Carlone, and Julie and Steve Dale.  Adoring grandmother of 19: Sarah, Ryan, Rachel, Laura, Mark, Scott, Kearon, Adrian, Stephanie, David, Rae, Natalie, Nicole, Alexander, Wren, Emily, Megan, Kiana, and Cameron.   Proud great grandmother of 8: Bray, Emery, Joshua, Matthew, Spencer, Cole, and Everett.   Survived by her sister Mary McIntyre of Sarnia.   Margaret was born and raised in London, the first born child of Agnes and Clarence.  She graduated in 1952 from St. Joseph’s Hospital, in London as a Registered Nurse and then settled in Windsor to start a family with Raymond.  Our matriarch will live on in the legacy of her enormous family.  She was strong and graceful, intelligent and witty.   She loved it when we were all together and was proud of her family’s achievements. Playing Bridge with her friends brought her great joy. She was a founding member of the Widows and Widowers of Windsor and a May Court Volunteer.  Margaret thrived in her final years at Kensington Court.  If you so desire, donations made to Transition to Betterness would be appreciated by the family.  A special thank you to the Neurology Team at WRH, Ouellette Campus for the compassionate care our mother and family received.

Visiting Friday from 3-5 pm and 7-9 pm at Families First 3260 Dougall Ave., South Windsor (519) 969-5841.  On Saturday, friends are invited to meet at Corpus Christi Church (1400 Cabana Rd, Windsor) for a Mass of Resurrection  at 11 am.  Procession to Heavenly Rest to follow.  Share memories, photos, or make a donation at

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