Elizabeth A. Taylor, 67, 11/14/2008

OSWEGO, NY – Elizabeth A. Taylor, 67, a resident of 3596 County Route 4, died on November 14, 2008, at Crouse Irving Hospital in Syracuse.

Born in North Scriba, she was a daughter of the late Robert and Hazel (Myers) Sawyer and was a graduate of Mexico High School.

She was employed with the Seaway Supply and later retired from Krell Distributors.

Mrs. Taylor enjoyed her time with family and friends.

She was an avid bowler and golfer.

Surviving are three sons, Everett (Christina) Taylor of Mexico, Mark Taylor of Oswego, and Jerry (Missy) Taylor of New Haven; two sisters, Edith Bushhart and Beatrice Parkhurst; three brothers, Harold (Beverly) Sawyer, Robert Sawyer, and Ronald (Pat) Sawyer; seven grandchildren, Matthew, Travis, Kaitlin, Callan, Troy, Colton and Makayla; and several nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by her husband, Everett Taylor Sr., in 2003; a sister, Madeline McCracken; two brothers, Edwin Sawyer who was killed during World War II and her infant brother Ralph Sawyer.

Funeral services will be held on Wednesday at 11 a.m. from the Dowdle Funeral Home.

Burial will be in New Haven Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home on Tuesday from 3-7 p.m.


  1. Dear Family
    We were so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. She was a lovely person!! Our hearts and prayers are with you–we cannot physically be with you we are leaving for Atlanta Monday; but you will definitely will be with us.
    Kayln & Ronnie Sharp

  2. I am so sorry to hear about Liz. She was a wonderful person. I bowled with her in 3 different leagues. Liz was a lot of fun and just a great person. My heartfelf sympathy to each one of you. Liz will greatly be missed.
    Colleen Sharkey

  3. We are so sorry for your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with the family. She will be dearly missed. Love, Charlene and Ed Bateman

  4. I wanted to say I am very sorry for your loss. Liz was a nice women the few times I met her at Krell. I was heartbroken when we found out. She will be missed greatly.


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