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Celebrating the life of
Roberta Stewart Taylor
November 19, 1920 - December 20, 2017
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • A Memorial Service Will Be Held at a Later Date

Our sincere and heartfelt condolences to the Taylor family for the loss of your dear loved one. Please know that God is close to the broken-hearted. He will continue to help you endure “Psalm 147:3” and “2 Corinthians 1:3”

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We knew Bobble and Frank well through St. Peter’s Foyer Group. We always enjoyed their company and considered them friends. Our condolences to their family. Donna and Dan Hanlon

Donna and Dan Hanlon, Savannah, GA

To the family of mrs Taylor I am sorr for your loss death is never an easy thing to bear , but there is hope for mankind Jehovah and his son Jesus promised a resurrections. Please read John 5:28,29 this scripture will give the family hope and comfort you can find out more on our web site at JW.org again my condolences to the family

Cooper, Savannah, Ga

John and I both admired Frank and Bobbie. They were such a handsome and charming couple. I'll miss them.

Mary B. Clapp, Savannah, GA

I'm sorry for your loss. The scripture at Revelation 21:4 gives hope. There, Jehovah God, promises to do away with sickness and death very soon. This scripture has helped me in the past when dealing with loss. I hope it helps you too. For more information, please visit jw.org.

Kelly , Pooler, Ga

I am very sorry to hear about the loss of your loved one. May you find comfort in God's promise that "Death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away." (Revelation 21:4)

Thomas, Snellville, GA

My husband Jerry and I loved Bobbie and Frank. They sat behind us in church for many years. Both were warm, loving and welcoming to everyone they met. We pray that God will bring you comfort during the days ahead. In Christ’s Love, Margaret and Jerry Miller

Miller Margaret, Savannah, GA

Bobby and Frank were original members of our international group and we greatly enjoyed many pleasant and interesting conversations with them. We miss them greatly but know they are together once again.

Adriana & Roger Fisher, Savannah, GA

We knew Bobbie andFrank through St. Peter’s Church. They were both faithful members. Bobbie was bright, smart, and interesting. They lived great lives and we enjoyed hearing of their adventures!

A.L. and Sue Addington, Savannah, GA,

Bobbie was a lovely person and she and Frank were among the first people I met when I came to St. Peter's in 1992. Always a real lady, she welcomed me and became a beloved friend. I look forward to seeing both of them when I get to heaven!

Claudette Warlick, Savannah, Georgia

The Taylors were both stunning! Their intellect and human outlook were admired by me. Sadly, I was thinking of visiting Bobbi a few weeks ago, but did not go. Lesson learned! DO FOLLOW UP when moved to do so! Frank was waiting for Bobbi......it was very clear just how much he adored her. My best to the family. Maggie Mitchell

Maggie Mitchell , Savannah , Ga

Roberta Stewart Taylor died Wednesday, December 20, 2017 at her residence. Mrs. Taylor was born in 1920 and raised in Louisiana where she attended LSU. During WWII, she served with the US Army Corps of Engineers and was sent to Trinidad. There, she met her future husband, Frank Dodd Taylor, who was training in the US Army Counter-Intelligence Corps. They were married in the capital of Port of Spain, one year after Pearl Harbor. After her husband returned from Europe in 1945, he joined the US Diplomatic Service. Mrs. Taylor accompanied him on assignments to Paris, London, Berlin, and Madrid. The couple came to The Landings in 1987 where she was active in many organizations and a member of St. Peter's Episcopal Church. She is survived by her son, John Stewart Taylor of Savannah, her daughter, Susan Taylor Wall of Charleston, and 3 grandchildren and one great grandchild. She will be buried alongside her husband of 73 years in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

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Our sincere and heartfelt condolences to the Taylor family for the loss of your dear loved one. Please know that God is close to the broken-hearted. He will continue to help you endure “Psalm 147:3” and “2 Corinthians 1:3”

, ,

We knew Bobble and Frank well through St. Peter’s Foyer Group. We always enjoyed their company and considered them friends. Our condolences to their family. Donna and Dan Hanlon

Donna and Dan Hanlon, Savannah, GA

To the family of mrs Taylor I am sorr for your loss death is never an easy thing to bear , but there is hope for mankind Jehovah and his son Jesus promised a resurrections. Please read John 5:28,29 this scripture will give the family hope and comfort you can find out more on our web site at JW.org again my condolences to the family

Cooper, Savannah, Ga

John and I both admired Frank and Bobbie. They were such a handsome and charming couple. I'll miss them.

Mary B. Clapp, Savannah, GA

I'm sorry for your loss. The scripture at Revelation 21:4 gives hope. There, Jehovah God, promises to do away with sickness and death very soon. This scripture has helped me in the past when dealing with loss. I hope it helps you too. For more information, please visit jw.org.

Kelly , Pooler, Ga

I am very sorry to hear about the loss of your loved one. May you find comfort in God's promise that "Death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away." (Revelation 21:4)

Thomas, Snellville, GA

My husband Jerry and I loved Bobbie and Frank. They sat behind us in church for many years. Both were warm, loving and welcoming to everyone they met. We pray that God will bring you comfort during the days ahead. In Christ’s Love, Margaret and Jerry Miller

Miller Margaret, Savannah, GA

Bobby and Frank were original members of our international group and we greatly enjoyed many pleasant and interesting conversations with them. We miss them greatly but know they are together once again.

Adriana & Roger Fisher, Savannah, GA

We knew Bobbie andFrank through St. Peter’s Church. They were both faithful members. Bobbie was bright, smart, and interesting. They lived great lives and we enjoyed hearing of their adventures!

A.L. and Sue Addington, Savannah, GA,

Bobbie was a lovely person and she and Frank were among the first people I met when I came to St. Peter's in 1992. Always a real lady, she welcomed me and became a beloved friend. I look forward to seeing both of them when I get to heaven!

Claudette Warlick, Savannah, Georgia

The Taylors were both stunning! Their intellect and human outlook were admired by me. Sadly, I was thinking of visiting Bobbi a few weeks ago, but did not go. Lesson learned! DO FOLLOW UP when moved to do so! Frank was waiting for Bobbi......it was very clear just how much he adored her. My best to the family. Maggie Mitchell

Maggie Mitchell , Savannah , Ga


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