Nancy Lou (Mulder) Taylor
Nancy Lou (Mulder) Taylor was ushered into Heaven on Monday June 15th at Avow Hospice House in Naples, Florida. Nancy knew for sure what the Bible says “absent with body is to be present with the Lord”. All who knew Nancy are assured that she is walking on gold streets, and she has seen the face of her sweet Jesus.
Nancy is survived by her husband of 65 years Richard B Taylor, son Richard B II, and his wife Darlene, of Harrisburg; daughters Cynthia McConkey , and her husband Thomas III, of York, Ann Page, and her husband Christopher, of Greenville, South Carolina; and Jane Layson, and her husband Glenn, of Georgia; as well as 10 grandchildren spread throughout the country; and 20 great grandchildren. Nancy’s joys in life were her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Her 84 years on this earth were filled with joy, and laughter. She enjoyed trips to the Higgins Lake, Michigan as a child, met her husband Richard at the state park and enjoyed many memories with their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Nancy had a beautiful voice and was an asset to the church choirs over the years. Her greatest joy was looking forward to Heaven, as she accepted Jesus as her Savior as a teenager and rededicated her life in 1973.
Nancy was a member of Lighthouse Baptist Church in York, PA as well as a weekly attender to Seagate Baptist Church while living in Naples, FL.
Funeral services are scheduled for 10:00 AM Tuesday, June 23, 2020 at Lighthouse Baptist Church, 5005 Carlisle Road, Dover, with her grandsons, Pastor Jon McConkey, and Joseph McConkey, and Ann Page son-in-law, Pastor Blaze Pagliagrini, officiating. Viewing will be 9-10:00 AM. Burial will be in Tri County Memorial Gardens, Lewisberry. William E. Little Funeral Homes, Inc., 2150 Carlisle Road, Shiloh, is in charge of arrangements.
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