Myra Kay Taylor of Aberdeen died September 28th at her home. She was 80.
Born in Port Trevorton Pennsylvania she was the daughter of the late Raymond Henry Trythall and the late Grace Leona Charles. An army wife for over 20 years, Myra traveled and lived in many places with her husband Ron and 4 sons. She attended college and worked as an administrative assistant for many years and after retirement spent some years as a caregiver. A resident of Harford County for 45 years, she enjoyed bowling and was a member the national organizations of ABC, WIBC and USBC totaling over 50 years as well as serving as director for the Harford County Women’s Bowling Association for 14 years. In 2016 she was inducted into the Cecil Harford USBC hall of fame for Meritorious Service. She also enjoyed traveling, bingo and spending time with her friends, family, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
She was predeceased by her husband of 47 years Ronald Leo Taylor (2007). Survived by four sons, R. Joseph Taylor (Dana) of Northeast, William L. Taylor (Cheryl) of Aberdeen, Stephen M. Taylor (Mary) of Belcamp and Robert R. Taylor (Marcie) of Aberdeen; nine grandchildren Christopher Taylor of Colorado, Jessica Oshea of Forest Hill, Jennifer Taylor of Colorado, Brandon Taylor of Darlington, Robert Taylor of Aberdeen, Timothy Taylor of Pennsylvania, Karla Kinker of Aberdeen, Kerri Taylor of Belcamp and Jake Taylor of Aberdeen; two great grandsons Connor Oshea and Braden Taylor; a great granddaughter Savannah Kinker; five step granddaughters, Melissa Kiehl, Holly Droneburg, Margaret Baynum, Kayla Baynum and Allison Baynum; and 10 step great-grandchildren Remington, Reilly and Rachel Kiehl, Kayden Droneburg, Sierra, Grace, Riley and Kordelia Baynum, Aiden Lewis and Rylee Ham.
Family and friends are invited to attend a memorial service hosted by the family in Myra’s honor at noon on October 10th at Carsins Run Church in Aberdeen, MD.
A celebration of life to honor, remember and share stories about Myra will be held at the American Legion in Aberdeen, MD at 1pm following the service. Interment will be in Arlington National Cemetery.
Contributions may be made in honor of Myra to your favorite charity.