MILLER, SHIRLEY LORAINE
April 23, 1936 – March 10, 2022
It is with great sadness that we announce the loss of our mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She was predeceased by her parents, Lina and Arch Taylor and her daughter Sally Rodenhiser. She is survived by her brother, Archibald Edward Taylor Jr., son, Donald Grant, grandchildren Taylor Rodenhiser, Brittany Zinck, Jason Grant and Joanna Grant, and three great grandchildren, Bronson, Dallas, and Lily Zinck. It is with great fortune that Shirley met her 4 week old great granddaughter for the first time on the last full day of her life.
Shirley was born and raised in Bridgetown, NS, graduating from the Bridgetown High School with a group of friends that lasted a lifetime. She married and began her family in Bridgetown, before moving to Yarmouth, and then Bridgewater where her children began their own independent lives. Following, she returned to Yarmouth, picking up old friendships and making many new ones. This period of her life may have been one of her happiest, marrying Richard Vernon Judge, who suddenly and unfortunately passed away far too early.
Shirley cared for her mother until she passed away in 2007. Shirley’s final home was Queens Manor in Liverpool. While she was only there for the last 15 days of her life, the care and compassion shown toward her by the staff can only be described as unparalleled. Our family could not have hoped for more and we wish to express our eternal gratitude – Thank You for making Shirley’s last days the best that they ever could be.
At Shirley’s request, cremation has already occurred. No ceremony or memorial will occur. Interment will occur later this year, where family only will be in attendance. To share memories or condolences, please visit www.chandlersfuneral.com.
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Debbie and Jimmy
Sincere condolences Don in the passing of your mother. She worked to provide you all a great example in life. You were an amazing, supportive, and generous son.
So sorry for your loss. She was my favourite aunt and second Best Friend
So sorry to hear of Shirley’s passing. While we were first cousins, we only got to know each other later in life. Shirley was a thoughtful, kind and loving person. She will be missed by all who knew her.
So very sorry to hear of Shirley’s passing. She was a lovely person!
Gayle Lorraine Stewart
I am so saddened to hear that my cousin Shirley (we always said more like sisters) has passed away. She as well as her Mom were an important influence in my life. I was so lucky these past 15 years to have her in my life again after a few years of absence. She was a sweet kind and loving person. My last visit was before Christmas and thought I had more especially for her Birthday. She loved her family so much. I will miss her so much