Gwendoline taylor obituary |In November of 1987, Gwendoline Taylor was born in New Zealand. In 2007, she made her film debut in Show of Hands, which was shot in New Plymouth, her hometown. New Zealand’s South Seas Film & Television School, where Gwendoline studied post-production, welcomed her in 2008
her teachers demanded she be in front of the camera because they thought she belonged there. As Sibyl in Spartacus: War of the Damned, a Starz television series, she was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2012. A variety of short films and television shows have featured her, including Go Girls and Nothing Trivial. In addition, she has been in a number of television shows and movies
the sequel to the New Zealand big hit Sione’s Wedding, in which she plays Emily. New Zealand’s Someone to Carry Me cast her as Angelica in 2015. My niece Carol and my nephew David are Emma, Peter, and Marshall. A large circle of lifelong friends and acquaintances will be left behind in her wake.
Stewart Cornell, a dear friend. Her strength, perseverance, and warmth of personality made Gwen a truly remarkable lady. She will be sorely missed. When: Monday, May 20, 2013, from 2pm–4pm and 7pm–9pm at the Ward Funeral Home “Bramerton Chapel,” 52 Main Street S (Hwy. #10), Brampton
9:00PM. A memorial service for Gwen will be conducted at St. Paul’s United Church, 30 Main Street South, Brampton, on Tuesday, May 21, 2013, at 11:00 a.m. Interment will take place at Brampton Cemetery after a reception in the church hall
Donations to St. Paul’s United Church of Christ can be offered as expressions of condolence.
The loss of our beloved mother, grandmother, great grandmother, auntie, and friend is announced with deep sorrow. In the presence of her family, there was an abundance of affection in the room. My mother, who was born on April 17, 1925, died on the 23rd of this month. Nannie was the nickname given to her by her family members.
family members and acquaintances of all ages, even great-grandchildren In addition to being a force to be reckoned with, she was also an incredibly strong and caring individual. Everyone who knew her could count on her to give the shirt off her back and open her arms to them. She was born in Wales and moved to Canada with her family in 1956.
Bern, his wife, and their three young children. In 1981, they moved to Squamish from North Vancouver. Highland Video was theirs for 18 years after it launched in 1983. Squamish was affectionately referred to as “Gods Country” by my mother.
She is survived by her children, Angela (Gord), Peter (Janice), Joy (Rick), and Jack (Linda), as well as nine grandsons, fifteen great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandson. She also leaves behind a large extended family. Her husband Bern (Granchie) died before she did, as did her father Frederick and mother Mary.
Many of Florence’s extended family members were like brothers and sisters to her, such as her brother Ron and sister Enid, as well as a large number of distant relatives.
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