Patricia "Pat" F. Taylor

Dec 17, 2020
Taylor, Patricia news


1:30 PM, Tuesday, December 22, 2020, at Community Church of Hudson
A live stream of the funeral service will be available on the Community Church of Hudson's Facebook Page


For an hour before services at the church.


Hudson Cemetery


in lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the family.


Patricia "Pat" F. Taylor, 90, of Hudson, died at Parkview Manor Nursing Home, Reinbeck on Thursday, December 17, 2020. She was born October 7, 1930, in Reinbeck, the daughter of Lester Vern and Amy Fay Cold Robinson, and graduated from Reinbeck High School in 1948.

Pat married Robert "Bob" Taylor on April 9, 1950, in Reinbeck; he died November 23, 2010. She cared for her twins when they were young, then worked for American Soybean Association, and later was the church secretary for Community Church of Hudson for many years. Pat was a member of Community Church for many years and active in children's choir, Bible study and luncheons. She was also a member of PEO Reinbeck DQ Chapter. Pat loved to cook and care for others.

Words used to describe Pat have been, "tried and true."  She was tried and true to her faith, her beloved husband Bob whom she dearly missed, and the family and friends that she loved so well. She will be greatly missed but we are rejoicing in a life well-lived.

She is survived by a daughter, Carol (Randy) Wilson‚ Hudson; son, Kenneth (Kathy) Taylor‚ Riceville; 6 grandchildren: Aaron (Brandy) Wilson, Hudson, Andrew (Ginger) Wilson, Cedar Falls, Alex (Chance) Wildeboer, Dike, Stephen (Fayth) Taylor, Columbus, WI, Tim (Kathy) Taylor, Urbandale, and Jon (Melissa) Taylor, St. Ansgar; 15 great grandchildren: Autumn Wilson and Aiden Wilson; Jack and Henry Wilson; Hettie Wildeboer; Ethan, Alexis, Braydon, Logan, and Ellie Taylor; Novah, Selah, and Lucah Taylor; and Myah and Eli Taylor; and a sister, Catherine (Marvin) O'Hare‚ Dubuque.

Preceded in death by her parents; husband; sisters, Margaret Miller and Daphne Smith; and a brother, Lester Vern Robinson II in World War II.

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  1. Mike and Debbie | Dec 20, 2020

    Pat was a beautiful, kind, and loving lady. So sorry for your loss.

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