Adrienne Taylor Obituary – Passed Away! Adrienne’ Taylor (nee Sandford) brought into the world in Lindsay, Ontario September 26, 1927 and died July 18, 2021 at Michael Garron Hospital encompassed by family. Predeceased by spouse Earle, and four kin, Adrienne is made due by her sister Diana Watson, Sandford cousins and her brother by marriage Robert Taylor. She leaves behind her kids; Suzanne, Dana, Timothy and Trevor, and four grandkids Dorian, Brendan, Victoria and James and numerous nieces and nephews.
Having gotten back to college at age 40 to finish her BA, she proceeded with her investigations and gladly acquired both her Master of Arts (English) and a Master of Library Sciences, all from the University of Toronto. Working various years in the public library framework until her arrangement as custodian at Wycliffe College (U of T) where she delighted in numerous cheerful and testing a very long time until retirement. Adrienne had a long lasting interest in books and was a Friend of the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library and an organizer and individual from a nearby book club.
Adrienne was a backer in city issues, a women’s activist and long term individual from the Association of Women Electors, and part/ally of the Older Women’s Network. A glad Torontonian, she delighted in a lot of what the city presented through human expression. She was an ally of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Canadian Opera organization, ROM, and moreover partook in the occasional contributions of the Shaw and Stratford Festivals.
Through retirement Adrienne and Earle appreciated many undertakings in Europe and the Mediterranean just as long stretches of loosening up excursions with long-lasting companions Jim and Liz MacDonald on Prince Edward Island. Remembrance gifts would be wanted at either the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library or the Older Women’s Network. The family wishes to thank the caring specialists and staff at the University Health Network and Michael Garron Hospital. Remembrance Services will be held at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, September 28, 2021, at Christ Church, Deer Park, Toronto. (Coronavirus conventions noticed) She will be incredibly missed.