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Beatrice Elizabeth Taylor-Lane

December 17, 1953 January 8, 2022
Beatrice Elizabeth  Taylor-Lane
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Obituary for Beatrice Elizabeth Taylor-Lane

A Celebration of Beatrice's life will occur on
Thursday, January 27, 2022 at:

Mt. Calvary Holiness Church Family Worship
1438 South 51st
Philadelphia, PA 19143
near Woodland Avenue

Viewing: 9 AM
Service: 11 AM

Interment: Private

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later than 8:30 a.m.
the day of the service.

DUE TO A GLITCH IN OUR SYSTEM
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NOTATION REGARDING ANY ORDERS
INCLUDING FLOWERS, CANDLES OR
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Life Story

Beatrice Elizabeth Taylor Lane daughter of the late Olivia Marie Campbell Taylor and
Milton Bernard Taylor. Sister Brenda Taylor and brother Maurice Taylor preceded her in
death. Beatrice Elizabeth Taylor was born December 17,1953, in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania along with her twin brother Bernard Robert Taylor.

Betty was educated in the Philadelphia School system she and her twin Bobby
graduated from West Philadelphia High School. In high school she met and fell in love
with her high school sweetheart, John Montgomery. A love child was created, David
Anthony Taylor in 1972. Throughout her life she was a loving, adoring and attentive
mother.  Betty while being a full-time mom, was also employed as a nurse for many
years, until she had some health issues. She worked in the nursing field mainly and
private, but also mental health, terminal children, hospice, and surgical recovery.

Betty cared for the elderly providing warmth, friendship, fellowship, and treated them
with dignity. She fed, clothed and sheltered homeless or misplaced youth and adults
alike. Providing a solid example, a brief respite and a gentle or not so gentle nudge
back into the world.

She was Untied in Holy Matrimony to Michael Lane on October 17, 2020. They shared a
home in Wynnefield Heights along with their Favorite dog Prince Nickey Lane.
The Beautiful Beatrice Elizabeth Taylor Lane always spoke with a constant and faithful
focus. She loved her family and friends, was protective, nurturing, sheltering and
defending. Betty loved people, loved doing for them, and would not hesitate to give
when someone needed anything even if it was her last.

Betty accepted Christ and at an early age and would take her family along with her to
church. Dedicated to her faith she had always been active and involved in the church.
Betty was a faithful member of Mt. Calvary Family Worship Center (Affectionately
Known as Sister Bea). She served on the Nurses, Missionary, and Intercessory Prayer
Ministries. She was genuinely a good-hearted person. The joy of Betty's sense of
humor, her laughter and ability to listen to others, was what made people love her.
Sister Bea touched a lot of lives.

Very quietly our Heavenly Father took her home on January 8, 2022. Betty leaves to
cherish her memory: Husband Michael Lane, Son David Anthony Taylor and daughter-
in-law (Veronica), granddaughter's Samih Taylor and Amiah Taylor, grandson Kahveke
Taylor, Her TWIN Brother Milton Robert (Bobby) Taylor and sister-in-law (Barbara Jean),
three brother-in-laws: Vincent Lane, Marcus Lane and sister-in-law(Toneata), Carlos
Lane and sister-in-law (Lorinda) and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

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