Ellen Bernice (Bunny) Taylor

Ellen Bernice (Bunny) Taylor (Perry)

1926 – 2012

Surrounded by her loving family, Bunny passed away peacefully November 16, 2012 at the age of 86.

Bunny is survived by her loving husband of 66 years, Jim Taylor, her daughter Lynne Kitson (Dave Duncan), sons Greg (Linda) and Perry (Karen).

She is also survived by her brothers Alf (Megan), Charlie (Shirley), Gorden, Donald (Daphne) and sister Margaret Rodgers(Gunnar Reinikka). Bunny leaves behind numerous Grandchildren, Great Grandchildren, Great Great Grandchildren and a large extended family.

Bunny is predeceased by her parents Alf and Jessie Perry, brother Bob and his wife Alice Perry, Grandson Rene Kitson, Son-in-law Rene Kitson and Grandson Matthew Taylor.

Bunny spent her early years in Kamloops.

Bunny married Jim in 1946, and, as a ‘logger’s wife’, made various moves throughout B.C. In Prince George Bunny worked at Woodwards and managed an apartment block. They spent 14 years in Vavenby and moved to Clearwater in 2011.

Bunny was dedicated to her family and friends and gave unselfishly to others. As a mom, her love was unconditional. She will always be remembered as a warm and giving person with a magical inner strength.

In 2008 she was honoured as the recipient of theDHMH Hands Award for her dedication to the Vavenby Thrift Shop. Bunny was a volunteer canvasser for the Cancer Society. Always friendly, positive and outgoing, she left her mark on those she met.

Thank you to Royal Inland Hospital Fourth floor Day Surgery, Recovery and ICU staff for your kindness and support. Thanks also for the love and support from family and friends, especially on Wednesday evening.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Bunny’s memory to a charity of your choice.

Condolences to the family may be sent to Schoening Funeral Home: www.schoenings.com

A Tea will be held at Evergreen Place, Clearwater, Friday, November 30 at 2 p.m.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date

Forever loved…Forever Missed…Never Forgotten