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Service Information
Parkview Chapel In the Parkview Care Cen
Friday, March 20, 2009
7 P.M.

Visitation Information

Mildred “Mittie” Taylor, ageMildred “Mittie” Taylor, age 81, of Buffalo passed away on Tuesday evening, March 17th at the Buffalo Hospital.

She was born on July 14, 1927 in Pendleton Township, Anderson County, South Carolina the daughter of Clarence & Alma Duncan Swaney.

Mittie was an excellent cook and formerly made pies and waitressed at The Buffalo House.

Survived by daughters: Jan (Wayne) Yonak of Monticello and Pam (Noe) Cano Jr. of Bay City, Texas; eleven grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren; sisters and a brother: Frances Brown, Doris Craft, Jimmy Swaney and Joan Kelly all of South Carolina; a host of other relatives and friends.

Preceded in death by her husband: Barney Ray Taylor, a son: Barry Taylor, a daughter: Debby Schnabel, her parents and by a sister: Iona Melvin.

Funeral services were held Friday evening, March 20th at 7:00 P.M. at The Chapel of Park View Care Center in Buffalo. Pastors Highland Goodman and Gary Palermo officiated. Special music was provided by Kelsey Cano.

A visitation was held at Park View’s Chapel one hour prior to services on Friday evening, March 20th.

Casket Bearers were Anthony & Austin Yonak, Taylor Schnabel, Devin & Riley Peterson and Parker McCarty.

Further services and interment was held in South Carolina. 81, of Buffalo passed away on Tuesday evening at the Buffalo Hospital.

Funeral Services are 7 P.M. Friday, March 20, 2009 at the Parkview Chapel In the Parkview Care Center – Buffalo. The Casket Bearers are: Anthony Yonak, Austin Yonak, Taylor Schnabel, Devin Peterson, Riley Peterson, and parker McCarty. Visitation is one hour before the funeral. The Peterson Chapel in Buffalo is serving the family.

Further services and interment will be held in South Carolina.

1 Guestbook Entry

  1. Marne Kolasa

    I was so sorry to hear about Mittie. I have visited with her many times since she was at Park View. She was so sweet and always smiling. I can still see her waving across the room when I would come and visit my uncle. I was so fortunate to have had the opportunity to know her. She was a very special lady and I will miss her.

    Marne Kolasa
    Care Manager at Sunrise Assisted Living


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