TAYLOR - A Mass of Christian burial for Mary R. Taylor, 92, of Cliff Haven, who died on Friday, Oct. 4, 2013, at her home, was celebrated at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 8, at St. John's Church. The Mass was celebrated by Rev. William Reamer, Pastor of Our Lady of Victory Church in Plattsburgh, concelebrated by Rev. Bill Edwards, parochial vicar and assisted by Deacon Jack Cogan. The altar servers were Gary Ryan, Josie Garrant and Paul Spilman. The organist was George Cantin and soloist was Robert Munn. The pall was placed by her children Rosemary Taylor, James Taylor and John Taylor. The crucifix was placed by Fran Smart and Rosary was placed by her sister, Sr. Jane Roach. The readers were James Taylor and Elizabeth Robinson. The offertory gifts were presented by Rosemary Searles and John Taylor. Words of remembrance were shared by daughter Rosemary Taylor. The pallbearers were Bob Pearl, Richard Siracusa, Tim Searles, Heather Taylor, Connor Bond, Richard Munn and Pete Mitchell. Burial was in Mount Carmel Cemetery where Rev. Reamer read committal prayers. Arrangements were entrusted to the Brown Funeral Home, 29 Broad Street, Plattsburgh, NY 12901 (518) 561-3980. Online condolences and memorial candles may be offered at www.brownfuneral homeinc.com.
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