In memory of

Anna M. Taylor

May 12, 1967 – August 9, 2010

Arrangements are pending.


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  1. Margaret Bostick says

    God saw you getting tired,
    When a cure was not to be.
    So He wrapped his arms around you,
    and whispered, “Come to me”.
    You didn’t deserve what you went through,
    So He gave you rest.
    God’s garden must be beautiful,
    He only takes the best
    And when I saw you sleeping,
    So peaceful and free from pain
    I could not wish you back
    To suffer that again.

    I only had the pleasure of meeting Anna twice, when I traveled to Helena to talk about the American Cancer Society “Reach to Recovery” and the “Cancer Resource Center” programs. I was so amazed at her spirit and her ability to light up the room with her smile. Anna so wanted to help others through the difficult journey, she was traveling.

    My deepest sympathies to her family and I pray that your memories will help to comfort you during this difficult time.

  2. Kathy Fisher says

    I just want you to know that we are so sorry about Anna’s passing. She was the bravest person I will ever know and I will keep her memory, her radiant smile and wonderful laugh with me forever. Anything you need you know we are right across the street. Kathy

  3. Del and Trey Bock says

    Our thoughts and prayers are with Anna’s boys and her family during this time of loss.

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