Nancy Ann (Neal) Taylor
Nancy Ann (Neal) Taylor was born in Akron Ohio April 3, 1939 to parents John and Irene Neal. Nancy passed away on January 12th, 2022, at age 82. Nancy attended Grace Elementary School, West Jr High School, and Buchtel High School, where she was a member of the National Honor Society. Nancy married her high school sweetheart, Fred Taylor Dec 28,1957.
Nancy spent her early years in marriage raising her two sons, David Neal Taylor born Nov. 25, 1960, and Mark Donald Taylor born Apr. 11, 1962. She was very proud of her sons. When both sons were in school, she went to work first in banking, then as office manager for a medical practice and later as office manager for Temple Israel. In 1985 Nancy started selling real estate and quickly became a top producing agent. In 1991 her husband Fred joined her, and they became one of the top real estate teams in the region. In 2000 Nancy retired due to health complications. Nancy and Fred moved from Copley to Wadsworth in 1999 where they spent most of their retirement except for winters spent in South Carolina. Nancy is survived by husband (Fred), sons (David and Mark), two daughters in law (Cyndi and Karen), seven grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
Nancy was passionate about her family, past and present. She loved to reminisce with stories, photos and mementos & do research to find out family history.
Nancy was artistic, creative and a born leader. She lived her life with faith, compassion and integrity. Nancy and her husband enjoyed traveling, but their favorite was the many trips they took to Hawaii. She was inspired to capture the essence of Hawaii through décor, cuisine and tropical cocktails. She loved entertaining and gathering with friends and family for happy hour.
Nancy….”Cheers” to the beautiful life you led! ~ &~ “Aloha”….Peace be upon you!
Nancy is resting with her parents in the arms of our Lord.
Due to COVID, Nancy will be buried in a private ceremony. A celebration of her life will be held when it is safe to do so.
In lieu of flowers, charitable donations may be made to Alzheimer’s Association or www.alz.org.