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The Foundation Fall 2011

Fannie E. & Samuel C. Taylor

Volume 2, Issue 3

Samuel C. Taylor Foundation founded 1963 This Issue… Taylor receives $37K check from John L. Coleman Charity Golf Tournament������1-3 A model to many������������������ 4-5 Winn-Dixie Jacksonville OPEN tickets����������������������������� 6 The entire Coleman family supports Samuel C. Taylor Mission by presenting a $37,715 check to John W. Barber Jr., CEO of Taylor Residences.

Taylor receives $37K check from John L. Coleman Charity Golf Tournament

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ore than 200 guests and sponsors attended the 7th annual John L. Coleman Charity Golf Tournament, founded by CSX Retirees Association, making it once again a huge success, with proceeds totaling more than $37,000 in cash, and another

Feature Story $17,000 in non-cash contributions for a total of more than $54,000. continued on page 2

Jaguars Give and Go!��������������� 6 Home health care now available���������������������������� 7 Employees on the move����������8 2011 Annual Employee Continuing the Mission������������8 Our Contributors 2010������������ 9 Memorial Contributions��������10 Honorariums����������������������������11


Who is John L. Coleman?

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John Coleman

t. Col. John Lewis Coleman was born in Fulton, N.Y., on Sept. 3, 1938. He attended Lemoyne College and received his BA degree from Siena College. He then received his MBA from Babson College and completed post-graduate work at Catholic University and the College of William and Mary.

John served in the U.S. Army for more than 20 years, retiring in 1983 as a Lt. Colonel. He spent two years in the Republic of South Vietnam and served at numerous posts in Germany and the United States. He was awarded the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters, the Meritorious Service Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, the Air Medal, Army Commendation Medals, the Army Achievement Medal, Army Service Medal and the Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross. Upon retirement from the U.S. Army, he went to work for the Seaboard System Railroad (CSX) in Baltimore, Md., and Jacksonville, Fla. John served in the Sales and Marketing Department, HR, and retired in 2000 as Assistant VP of Corporate Services. John supported many community organizations in a variety of capacities. He was on the Board of Directors of the Coastline Federal Credit Union, served on several Jacksonville Golf and Country Club committees, and was Past-President of the CSX Employee’s Golf Association. He was instrumental in the establishment of the North Florida Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation as well as the Northeast Florida CSX Retiree Association, which also support numerous local charities including the John L. Coleman Charity Golf Tournament that benefits Taylor Residences. John left behind his wife of almost 40 years, Kathy Coleman, who carries on the John L. Coleman Charity Golf Tournament that benefits Taylor Residences. 2

Taylor receives $37K check continued from page 1 This year’s event, held Sept. 12, 2011, on the beautiful grounds of the Jacksonville Golf & Country Club, offered a host of hole-inone prizes ranging from a Cadillac SRX, Ford Explorer and Ford F-150, donated by Claude Nolan Cadillac, and Mike Shad Ford, respectively. This year’s event also saw the welcome addition of a few new sponsors, including Baptist Health and Brooks Rehabilitation. As always, the silent auction table offered a wide selection of memorabilia, gifts and various items from an Apple iPad2 to golf lessons to golf equipment to a 22-inch VIZIO HDTV.

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Since its inception, the John L. Coleman Charity Golf Tournament has raised more than $150,000, which is used for our Continuing the Mission Campaign, a fund designated to raise monies in order to support programs, facility maintenance, and subsidize the needs of the residences.

Sponsors Title sponsor—$5,000 Baptist Health Barber & Associates Presenting sponsor—$3,000 Brooks Rehabilitation Luncheon sponsor—$1,500 Watson Realty Corp Double Eagle sponsor - $1,000 Claude Nolan Cadillac Coastline Credit Union CSX Retiree Association Mike Shad Ford Roy Miller & Associates Eagle sponsor - $500 Allied Group Insurance Services Bradco Supply Brookdale Properties Brown & Brown Professional Care Providers Duval Asphalt Edwin Watts Golf FMS Purchasing & Services MAC Papers Staples Tiffany & Co.

United Healthcare Wells Fargo Private Bank Birdie sponsor - $300 Atkinson’s Mart Inc. (Pharmacy) Beaches Car Wash BBVA Compass Bank Cypress Landscape Management Inc. David Gray Plumbing Healthcare Services Group Heritage Paper Co. Inc. Hurst Company CPA’s Griffo Air Conditioning Liberty Mutual Insurance Group Merrill Lynch Sawgrass Asset Management LLC Seniors’ Guide Townsend & Associates In-kind contributions Brookdale Senior Living– Cypress Village Brown & Brown Professional Care Bruster’s Carbux Chick-fil-A Ciao Bella Hair

Claude Nolan Cadillac Coastline Federal Credit Union CSX Retiree Association David Noble Edwin Watts Golf George Mann Golf I.T. Healing Hands Home Instead Senior Care John & Dot Barber Krispy Kreme Massage Envy McAlisters Deli Mike Shad Ford at the Avenues Miller’s Ale House Mochi Orange Tree Peppers Mexican Grill & Cantina Regal Cinemas RFW Advisors Riddell Sports–Marty Cothern Sincerely Yours Coaching Smoothie King

Thank you!

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A model to many

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here is a quote that states, “Yesterday is history, tomorrow a mystery, today is a gift. That is why it’s called the present” and Taylor Home’s newest resident, Catherine Law, 62, is proving this quote true. Catherine’s inspiring story starts in Bedford, England, where she was born on St. Patrick’s Day from Scottish parents. She grew up with her mother, brother and sister, and learned that opportunities came few and far between—so when she was offered a chance to come to the United States, she took it.

Presidential beginnings In her early 20s, Catherine became President Carter’s press photographer’s nanny. She cared for two children, Keith and Maureen, who were 12 and 6 months old, respectively. When they were old enough to attend school, Maureen and Keith attended the same school, Sidwell Friends School, as current President Obama’s daughters do. Catherine was always with the children and became quite close with them, but became especially close with Maureen—taking her on weekend trips to England where she would teach her different cultures and experiences in a different country, and even introduced her to Barbie dolls. Besides taking them to school, Catherine was also responsible for getting the children involved 4

Resident Spotlight in extracurricular activities. Like most of the previous White House children, Maureen took violin. She was taught the Suzuki method, which was to play first and then learn to read music after. Catherine was so dedicated to making sure Maureen succeeded

that she also took up the violin. After perfecting “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,” Catherine and Maureen, along with Rosalynn and Amy Carter (who were also in the violin group), performed their recital for the President in the White House in front of many dignitaries.

Sailing onward Once Keith and Maureen grew up and started their own lives, Catherine decided it was time to

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TAYLOR HOME

start a new chapter of her own. R.J. Woolsey, an Under Secretary of the Navy with four boys, asked Catherine if she would nanny for them, but she decided to join the Navy at age 30 instead. She went in with a focus in dentistry and was sent to boot camp in Orlando, Fla., and then to San Diego for dental school. After graduating from dental school, Petty Officer Law put on her “dream sheet” that she wanted to be stationed here in Catherine Law Jacksonville to be closer to her sister. As many “dream sheets” work out, she did not get her first choice and was stationed in Camp Pendleton, Calif., at Camp Del Mar for five years. When the second opportunity to be stationed in Jacksonville came, she again did not get her wish and was stationed on the U.S.S. Dixson, right outside of San Diego. She was stationed there for two years, working as a dental assistant to the sailors. After her 10 years of service in the Navy ended, having travelled all over the United States including California, Illinois, and New York, she was finally able to move to Jacksonville.

Making a comeback Catherine’s story intensifies when she was struck with an illness that

resulted in the loss of her leg. She struggled through this period, and thought life was over when she was no longer able to walk. Even though this was a tragic event, Catherine pushed through. She knew she was a fighter and would come back stronger. And stronger she did. She found a job at St. Vincent’s Hospital working as a console operator. She concentrated on her career and worked her way up to Chief Operator of Telecommunications. She spent 16 years at St. Vincent’s and retired just this past February. Catherine also enjoys several hobbies including fishing, embroidering, and quilting. She has a Yorkie rescue named Ebony that stays by her side. Catherine is a dynamite person. She has persevered through the ups and downs in life and has been a great model to many people. She continues to stay heavily involved in the community and helping others in need. She uses her machine embroidery and quilting talents to make blankets for chemotherapy patients and emergency pregnancy patients. She also makes bears for the American Heart Association. Around the Taylor Home community, Catherine intends to make lap blankets for the other residents once she is settled in. Taylor Residences is lucky to have her land in our family as one of Taylor Home’s newest residences.

Nestled on 11 acres of wooded glen on Spring Park Road, TAYLOR HOME offers 112 independent lifestyle apartments, 90-bed assisted living facility and a 24-bed skilled nursing wing complete with a therapy department.

737-6777 ext. 1404 nicoleb@taylor-residences.org

TAYLOR MANOR Taylor Manor provides assisted living for seniors age 62 and older with assured care for the memory impaired. AMENITIES INCLUDE:

• emergency call system • library • beauty / barber salon • scheduled transportation • professionally trained staff • laundry facilities • exercise program • gated community

To learn more about TAYLOR MANOR, visit our website or call Assisted Living Facility #7201

904-636-0142

TAYLOR CARE CENTER Located on the Chester Avenue campus, TAYLOR CARE CENTER’s therapy department offers physical, occupational and speech therapy services. Proud to provide both in- and out-patient skilled therapy by a highly qualified staff.

731-8230 ext. 1318

jpratt@taylor-residences.org

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Winn-Dixie Jacksonville OPEN tickets

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olf anyone? Winn-Dixie is providing Samuel C. Taylor Foundation the opportunity to sell tickets to its Winn-Dixie Jacksonville OPEN, part of the Nationwide Tour, to be held the week of Oct. 17-23, 2011 and receive 100% of the proceeds. Log on to www.taylor-residences.org to buy your specially priced tickets today!

Fundraising Individual tickets are being offered for 50% off the gate ticket price. For $25 instead of $50, you get an entire week of events, free on-site parking, and TPC Sawgrass Clubhouse Privileges. As an added bonus, follow the link to learn more about special

corporate rates and package deals—with some ticket packages also available at a drastically reduced rate. Remember, 100% of all proceeds designated to the Samuel C. Taylor Foundation benefit Taylor Residences’ Continue the Mission campaign.

Jaguars Give and Go!

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re you ready for some football!? The Jaguars are back and so is the Give and Go! program. This is your chance to purchase the lowest priced Jaguars tickets and support Taylor Residences. For every ticket you purchase to any of the Jaguars 2011 games through the secure Give and Go! site, you automatically donate $10 to the Samuel C. Taylor Foundation. Your donation is also being

Fundraising

Jacksonville Jaguars and WeGive.org. As a 501 (c)(s) Give and Go! organization, the Samuel C. Taylor Foundation can participate in this opportunity.

matched dollar-for-dollar and sent to fund Taylor Residences’ project on WeGive.org, an online site to help non-profits connect with the community—giving our foundation a To learn more information or to total donation of $20 for every ticket! purchase tickets, visit our website at www.taylor-residences.org and click Give and Go! is a partnership on the Jaguar picture on the left. between the Nonprofit Center, the

Making a difference Margaret LaPorta passed away on Nov. 13, 2010, after living at Taylor Care for almost three years. The staff are wonderful, caring, expert people and were very helpful for our needing my mom to live in a nursing home. The fact that there is so much spirituality there was marvelous and a gift from God for my mom, me and all the members of our family.

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Thank you for the expert care and for the love, tenderness and friendliness she received while living with you. God bless everyone there—you are all in my prayers always.

Thank you to all the wonderful ladies who work in the nursing wing. You are truly a blessing to the families of the folks you care for. I know your jobs are NOT easy, but just know we appreciate all that you do for our loved ones. You are angels caring for our parents—giving them love and keeping their dignity. What you do is very important and so very appreciated. You are like family and make such a difference in our lives.

Love, Margaret Townsend

Love to you all, Kim Brady, Miss Forrest’s daughter

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Home health care now available

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ou are eligible for home health care if you have a physician’s order, require intermittent skilled nursing care or therapy services, and are homebound as defined by Medicare Part A—and Taylor now has its own home health care to offer you. Taylor Home Health Care Inc. is dedicated to the highest quality of care and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to meet

Facility News

100% coverage of care for those who have Medicare Part A on services such as physical/occupational therapy, skilled nursing, speech

your needs. By using Taylor Home Health Care Inc., your care will be in a familiar setting, thereby decreasing your chances of rehospitalization, and increasing your quality of life, speed of recovery, and continuity of care.

For more information, call

Taylor Home Health Care Inc. offers

Vandelyn at 448-0029.

therapy, medical social worker, and home health aide for those that need help with personal care, bathing, grooming, dressing and exercising.

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Employees on the move Facility News

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ust a small way to get to know some of the new faces you will be seeing around. Be sure to say “Hello” and “Welcome” to these new employees when you do see them.

Taylor Home welcomes Nicole Ballantyne as the service coordinator. Nicole attended the University of North Florida earning a Bachelor of Arts degree. Her role, as service coordinator, is to help housing residents obtain the services they need and want, which in turn will help improve the quality of life for the residents. She enjoys the outdoors, exercising, and spending time with her family.

Taylor Residences would like to introduce Holly Yoder as the new activities director for Taylor Home. Holly is from Shelby, North Carolina, where she has worked in long-term care for 17 years, 11 of them as an activities director. Holly is engaged to be married this November.

Taylor Foundation Services Inc. has named Nikki Lombardo as its new marketing coordinator. Lombardo was previously an account executive at United Parcel Service (UPS) in North Carolina, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) degree, concentrating in marketing, from Western Carolina University (WCU). She also was a four year letter winner in women’s soccer for WCU.

2011 Annual Employee Continuing the Mission

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ur employees are the very core of our commitment to provide the highest quality of life for our residents. As you know, it takes a great deal of compassion, hard work, and financing to provide the level of care and service Taylor has become known for—and the Samuel C. Taylor legacy truly lives on and is evident today in the level of dedication and care the employees provide. We began our capital campaign last year to raise $2,000,000 over the next three years. In 2009 and 2010, our employees pledged $35,000 each year, which provided 8

a huge impact on our fundraising efforts. Their support is greatly appreciated and has been put to work by accounting for almost 10% of the total number of residents subsidized in 2009 and 2010. To continue this momentum, we are asking our employees again this year to renew pledges and donations to our Continue the Mission campaign. If you are an employee and have not pledged as of yet, please join your fellow co-workers in their dedication to the most benevolent dream of our founding father—to continue providing quality housing options

Raffle winners

All employees who signed up to participate in the Continue the Mission campaign received a Taylor Residences t-shirt and were entered into a prize raffle. The raffle winners were: Harold Smith—32-inch TV Barb Van Valkenburg—Apple iPad2 Diane Fort—8 hours of paid time off Tangela R. Hart—8 hours of paid time off Camille Rollins—8 hours of paid time off Cheryl Thompson—8 hours of paid time off Tyeba Wako—8 hours of paid time off George Gallon—Taylor umbrella Jacquelyn Parker—Taylor umbrella Percilla Wilson—Taylor umbrella

to seniors age 62 and older of moderate-to-low income—and be part of the 2011 Continuing the Mission employee campaign.

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Our Contributors 2010

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onations to Samuel C. Taylor Foundation support the Taylor mission of providing quality housing to seniors with lowto-moderate income. Approximately 52% of out assisted living residents are subsidized by the Foundation. Your contributions and support are greatly appreciated.

Our contributors are vital to continuing the Taylor Mission. Every resource is used to improve the quality of life for our seniors. Your contributions directly support residents in need, and enable Taylor Residences to expand services for our elderly.

Platinum Level John W. Barber Jr. George A. Mann Gold Level Bryan Jacobs San Jose Church of Christ Silver Level Irvin & Amy Christian Joyce Lloyd Richard Marsh Julia Pratt Wesconnett Church of Christ Bronze Level David Addison Tracy London-Cushman Dean Road Church of Christ Douglas Grieb David McGehee Matthew Sherburne Harold Smith The Touchton Family Benefactor Level Thomas Allen Wayne Compton Randy & Janet Hughes Kathryn Johnson Robin Lee Patricia Owens Hanna Radcliffe James Teagle Michael & Paula Weatherby Sponsor Level Rhonda Al-Nahdy Uli Aoki Eleanor Arnold Lori Austin Annie Barnes Darlene Bennett John Brophy Melvin Burkes Pete & Marilyn Carpenter Margaret Ann Cramer Sam Folds Jr. Steve Foody Marcia Gardner Ronald & Charlotte Garner James Green James Hellier

Ben & Margaret Carter Gloria Carter Doris Chappell Danuta Clark Louise Clayton James & Rosemary Coffey-Suggs Mary Coffey Thomas & Janell Coffey Demetria Cohen-Law Karen Coleman Dannette Collier Gloria Conners Mercita Cooper Mr. & Mrs. Roberto Costa & Family Charles & Carol Crum Paul & Barbara Daniels Jerry Lynn Daniels Joya Davies Mary Jane Davis Alice Day Sharon Day Krysten DeFalco Connie DeLoach Jessa Dickerman Ken & Judy Dickerman Sandy Dickinson Elaine Dilbeck David Dixon David & Heather Dostie Richard & Ginny Dostie Hurl & Natalie Dunlap Robert & Sandra Dunn Mary Edmond Betty Everett Richard Ferry Glenda Fincher Lisa Findley Phyllis & Bob Fischer Elaine Fisher Carol Fliess Kay Fofanah James Folds Patty Frank Joan Fudge Philip Gaillard Constance Gill Patricia Gmitter Maria Goldberg Daniel Gonzalez Johanna Grant

Constance Hickman Carol Hill Deborah Hoeckelberg Hugh & Ruth Johnson Joyce Lowry Debbie Mathis Willie Matthews Arnold Mendoza Tanya Raulerson Diane Reed Cheryl Trinkle Angela Troutman Barbara VanValkenberg Allison Walker Kathleen Wilkes-Pierce Jacquelyn Wilson Percilla Wilson Friendship Level Michael Abney Folayemi Adesola Judith Ahrens Sandra Allen Alan Almeida Melves Alston Edwin Alvarez Emma Anderson William Bailey Barbara Baldree Rae Bankard Cynthia Barge Beverly Barrett Onidia Barzaga-McKnight Ramatu Bendu Brian Benge Delores, Pat & Nancy Bianco Joanne Blakely Winifred Bones Elizabeth Borberly Brenda Boswell Regina Brandenburg Sheila Broderick Sandra Brooks Paula Brosz Carleta Brown Chris Brown Julie Brown Deborah Bryant Clemmie Burgess Gloria Burgess Robin Burns Don & Mildred Carson

Donna Green Kimberly Griffith Gayane Grigoyan Mary Louise Grimes Aurora Grinis John Gross Carolyn Guzman E. Adell Hall Robert Hardage Tressa Hartley Peggy Hicks Beverly Hill Paul Holley Joya Holloman Linda Howard Charles Hughes Rita Hunnicutt Archie & Penny Jenkins Bonnie Jennings Rosezetta Johns Claudia Johnson Elizabeth Johnson Michael Johnson Sherri Johnson Barbara Jones Brenda Jones Francine Jones Wendy Jones Ollie Jordan Sia Kamanda Larisa Korlides Robert Kastner Neelu Kharbanda Rosemary Kingston Effie Kinsey Karen Koch Gail Korhorn Nermin Kukic Dr. Louis Larmoyeux Juanita Latimer Lemuel Lavarez Joann Lewis Nancy Light Abigail Lindauer James Lipham Norman Lopez Jean Lynch Martha Mancheno Mandarin Church of Christ Caroline Massie Ramon Matos

Friendship Level: $1 – $249 Sponsor Level: $250 – $499 Bronze Level: $500 – $1,499 Silver Level: $1,500 – $2,999 Gold Level: $3,000 – $5,999 Platinum Level: $6,000 & up For more information regarding memorial & honorarium contributions, or for details regarding specific bequest language, please contact George Mann, director of public relations, at 904-636-0313.

Rosa McConico Rhosheda McDonald Cynthia McEwan Tiffani McGriff Annette McKnight Sherylene McNair G. Ross McWilliams Edgie Mendoza Geffrey Mendoza Rebecca Meuschke Marie Michel Paul David Miller Sarah Mills Angela Mirabito Gregory Mobley Nathalie Mohler Arnold & Arrington Mooney Tomah Moore Lucinda Moring Dale & Susan Morrison Sefjia Muminovic Chester Myers Liwanag Navarro Cindy Neff Bridgett Nelms Cynthia Newfield Cynthia O’Bannon Kimothy O’Neal-Felk Antoinetta Paige Barbara Parker Dorothy Patrick Betty Pender Barbara Perry Anne Pilling-Houghton Jackie Pryce Fredrick Quinio Josefina Ramirez Jessica Raulerson Seth Raulerson Bonnee Reddish Stephen & Donna Redmann Robert & Martha Rhodes James Rice Family of Mercedes Rider Pearl Rigby Emelind Rivera R. T. Roudlett Jr. Kirk Sanders Patricia Sanford Martha Santiesteban

Peggy Sasser Shirley Schemer Robert Schuette Rosanna Schuette Genara Scott Zacharia Scott Suvada Serdarevic Nancy Sewell Susan Sharp Eartha Silvai Kortni Sisco Mira Sladojevic Judith Smith Mildred Smith Tammy Smith Vicki Smith Leslie Solomon Betty Someson James & Bonnie Spain Judy Stanford MaryKay Steinman Lana Stenyakin Evelyn Stewart Brenda Suber Flora Tash Lisa Thompson Philip Tomerlin Jr. Tracy Touchton Temitope Towobola Kenisha Troutman Gini Turner Margaret Twomey Arylene Ubl Eliana Ulyssee Gracie Wakefield Karen Wakefield Tyeba Wako Mark Walters Julianne Warner Sandra Weiss Diane Williams Donna Williams Linda Williams Diane Willover Ann Wilson-Hopkins Betty Young Patricia Zenas

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Memorials and Honorariums O

ur contributors are vital to continuing the Taylor Mission of providing quality housing for low- to moderate-income seniors. Every resource is used to improve the quality of life for our seniors. Your contributions directly support residents in need, and enable Taylor Residences to expand services for our elderly. For more information regarding memorial and honorarium contributions, or for details regarding specific bequest language, please contact George Mann, Director of Public Relations, at (904) 636-0313.

Memorial Contributions Jacqueline Addison David Addison Ben & Margaret Carter Philip Gaillard Caroline Massie Betty Young Raul Barca Onidia Barzaga McKnight Neva Ruth Baskins Sonia Cornelius Charles & Mary Jane Hilton James McGuigan Sr.

Ben & Margaret Carter Hurl & Natalie Dunlap Earline Elkins John & Betty Young Elizabeth Burns Mr. & Mrs. Roberto Costa & Family Betty Everett E. Adell Hall Hiram College Richard Carson Don & Mildred Carson

Eleanor Bohart Michael & Paula Weatherby

Doris Chappell Howard N. Park Living Trust

Beverly Bolena Beverly Bolena Trust Fund Stephen & Donna Redmann

Rupert Irvin Christian William & Margaret Bailey John & Dot Barber Christopher A. & Jennifer C. Brock Ben & Margaret Carter Lee R. Christian Mary Christian Ruth & Hugh Johnson Joyce Lloyd William B. Pence Jr. Cleveland & Jacqueline Powell Aurelia S. Rogers Cornelia S. Stacey Taylor Foundation Thomas & Erma Thompson Samuel & Bettye Williams

Dorothy P. Branch Ralph & Harriette Shivers San Jose Church of Christ Brasseit Family Friendly Feathers Mr. & Mrs. James Brasseit Charles E. & Amy M. Converse Trula Bridges Stella Ipock Beatrice Brody Bob & Phyllis Fischer James Lipham Laverne Bryan David Addison William & Marjorie Bailey John & Dot Barber

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Shirley Clapper L. Merline Carter Kissinger, Bigatel & Bower Laura Witlow

Thaylia Culpepper Mary Jane Davis Inez Conn Bob & Gloria Stroud Doris Cope Marshall Gunn Patricia Linden Lou Davis John & Dot Barber Edward Dugger Ann DeVane Elaine Dilbeck Austin Earnest John & Dot Barber Ben & Margaret Carter San Jose Church of Christ Inez Fisher Brenda Boswell

Archie II & Marian Jenkins James & Ivy Hill Kool Eleanor & Wilford C. Lyon Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Massey Russell J. & Linda B. Mickler Jacqueline N. Powell Alice J. Schill Elizabeth & Richard Stoddard Susan Henderson Richard Ferry Anthony Hopkins Ann Wilson Hopkins Timothy Kelly, P.A. Irene Spano Lola Howard Carolyn Guzman Evelyn Stewart Julia Stoddard Hurley Barbara Eddings William & Susan McEuen

Marjorie Folds Sam Folds Jr. Joe Walsh Annette Ruth Hall Shirley Schemer Henry A. Harris James M. Barker IV Henry H. Beckwith Roberta & Judd Beckwith Joseph Begley Anne & Calvin Brown Rose & Larry Cavallaro Eleanor A. & W. Coalson Sam J. Folds Jr. Mary & Bruce Hinchliffe

Bertha Johnson Glenda Fincher Mary Louise Grimes Claudia Johnson Robert Johnson Dr. Louis Larmoyeux R. T. Rundlett Jr. Philip Tomerlin Jr. Rosemary Kimball Malcolm & Mary Coffey Thomas & Janell Coffey Rosemary Kingston James & Rosemary Coffey Suggs Margaret Twomey

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Memorial Contributions Trissa M. Kingston Martha Burt Marjorie Klinck James C. Teagle Teagle Charitable Fund— Diane K. Teagle Margaret LaPorta Robert Kastner Delores Ledman Gary Ledman Geraldine LeCours Mark & Jeanette Dearing

Standard Precast Sheldrick, McGehee, Kohler, LLC Mary Kay Steinman Sandra Weiss John Moore Apartment Fire Extinguisher Services Margaret Murray Ted & Sharon Williams Miles Nelson Alanna Memory

Lois Lingafelt Renee Klein Elias & Amber Samaan Nabila Salem Dr. Ronald & Mrs. Nancy Salem Salem Salem

Mary Nowakowski Roger Martin Dale & Susan Morrison Michael Nowakowski Judith Smith

Virginia Logan John & Ellen Holland

Clevie Pacettie James & Glenda Sullivan

David Mabry Elizabeth Johnson

William Dale Rankin Pat, Dolores & Nancy Bianco Marvel Wallace Brenda Williams

Virginia Marsh Richard & Nancy Marsh Lynn Smith Annie Matthews Cynthia Barge Sheila Broderick Kortni Sisco Willie Matthews Fern McClendon James & Bonnie Spain C. Collier McGehee Michael Abney COMUSNAVSO/C4F Wardroom Ken & Judy Dickerman Heather & David Dostie Robert Hardage Charles Hughes Archie & Penny Jenkins Karen Koch Nancy Light Jean Lynch Mandarin Church of Christ David McGehee Arnold & Arrington Mooney Martha Rhodes James Rice

Mary & Henry Nowakowski Patricia Thompson

Mary Shirley Michael & Paula Weatherby Bonnie Sills Connie DeLoach Robert Sizemore St. Regis/Champion Retirees Group Martha Skinner Jeanne Orth Sidney Smith Mildred Smith Thelma Stone Anne Pilling Houghton G. Ross McWilliams Paul David Miller Zacharia Scott Brenda Surber Sybil Taylor Charles & Carol Crum Richard & Ginny Dostie Nancy Light Opal Thompson John & Dot Barber Emily Drape

Thomas Tillman Sharon Tillman Cox Katherine Cragg Alice Day Connie DeLoach Kathy Johnson Marjorie Ramsey Linda Tillman Rice Samuel C. Taylor Foundation Herbert Tillman Catherine Touchton John & Dot Barber Jeanne Orth Touchton Family

Honorariums Scotty & Sandy Clark Danuta Clark Jim Fisher Brenda Boswell Ethel Hunsicker Dorothy Patrick Margaret Kinsella JoAnne Blakely Shirley Long Cynthia Newfield Winifred Mead James Mead Susan Roy

Clara Ubl Arlyne Ubl

David Mills Sarah Mills

Dorothea Vallaly Martha Burt

Margaret Murden Randy & Janet Hughes

Bennie Vickers Ronald & Charlotte Garner

Linda Nail Charlotte Johnson

Robert Wagner Sr. Adelva Johnston

Ruth Perry Robert & Sandra Dunn

Lorene Waters Thomas Davis Eola Treadwell

Marie Polles Linda Henley

Helen Wheeler Sam Folds Jr. Gracie Wakefield Karen Wakefield Dorothy Nell White Connie DeLoach Thewl B. Wiese Jr. Virginia Wiese

Robert Price Sr. Martha J. Rhodes Marion Reed Don & Mildred Carson Mercedez Rider Family of Mercedez Rider Mary Sanford Patricia Sanford Margaret Weatherby Michael & Paula Weatherby Jane Pitchford Whitton James Hellier

This Foundation is created as the fulfillment of a dream … with the hope that other citizens of this community … will affirmatively express by tangible gifts their interest in citizens who have reached the twilight of their years. — Samuel C. Taylor

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Board of Trustees

Our Mission

Wayne Compton, chairman Bryan Jacobs, vice-chairman Joyce Lloyd, secretary/treasurer John W. Barber, Jr. Ronald Garner Marty James George Mann Dean McQuiddy

The mission of Taylor Residences is to provide individuals age 62 and older with affordable housing in a community that values independence, privacy and dignity. We encourage residents to realize their physical, social and spiritual potential through quality housing and services that include independent living, assisted living and skilled nursing care.

Taylor Residences is a retirement community offering individual lifestyle apartments, assisted living, longterm care, home health care, and on-site therapy. For more information on the services we provide, please visit our website at www.taylor-residences.org or call (904) 636-0313. Taylor Home 3937 Spring Park Road (904) 737-6777

Taylor Manor 6605 Chester Avenue (904) 636-0142

Taylor Villas 6599 & 6603 Chester Avenue (904) 636-0142

Taylor Apartments 6701 Chester Avenue (904) 731-0579

Taylor Care Center 6535 Chester Avenue (904) 731-8230

Taylor Home Health Care 6599 Chester Avenue, Ste. 804 (904) 448-0029

Taylor Residences newsletter (Q3 2011)  

Taylor Residences is a senior assisted-living facility.

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