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“My beautiful sister gone too soon but you will live on in all our hearts oh how i miss you sis. Sleep on and take your rest my beloved God loves you. ”
1 of 1 | Posted by: Cynthia Redway - Garfield, NJ

Ms. Hyacinth Taylor, 77, passed away Monday January 1, 2018 at St. Mary's Hospital VITAS Hospice Unit.

Ms. Taylor was born October 30, 1940 in Simms Run, St. Ann's Jamaica West Indies daughter to Ida (Johnson) Redway of Waterbury and the late Clarence Redway.

"Sister Taylor" as she was called was educated in Jamaica where she attended Bomboo School before relocating to Waterbury where she resided until her passing. Hyacinth became a member of Refuge Church of Christ in Waterbury where she remained a faithful member until her health prevented her from doing so. During her active years, she was a member of the Church Choir. She worked for Airpak in Cheshire, CT, Winchester Electronics in Waterbury and her last employment was Private Care Duty. She loved her job caring for those in need because Hyacinth was a caring loving soul who volunteered to help the sick and the less fortunate. She always provided a shoulder to lean on and a listening ear. Her hobbies included crocheting and knitting. She always had a smile on her face and genuinely cared about family and people. She was one who never forgot a birthday. Her loving spirit will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

Besides her mother Ida, she is survived by children; Eileen (Alfred) James, Baryard Gordon, Lloyd Wayne "Dave" Taylor, Shandee (Anthony) Foster, Annette Taylor, twelve grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren, seven sisters, three brothers, several nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.