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Anne-Marie Southwick Taylor

January 6, 1950 February 2, 2024
Anne-Marie Southwick Taylor
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Obituary for Anne-Marie Southwick Taylor

Anne-Marie Southwick-Taylor passed away peacefully on Friday, February 2nd, 2024 in Spring Hill, Florida, with her husband of twenty-seven years, Thomas Taylor, by her side.

She was born on January 6th, 1950 in Atlanta, Georgia to Harold E. Nelson and his beloved wife, Ann Davis Nelson, both of whom were active members of the Catholic Church in the Atlanta area. Mr. Nelson worked for Scientific Atlanta and was a member of the Knights of Columbus, and Mrs. Nelson operated a successful catering business, in which Anne-Marie became heavily involved.

When she wasn’t making amazing wedding cakes for newlyweds to enjoy, she donated her time to church functions, such as bake sales and spaghetti dinners. Later in life, she spent several years working on the accounting team for Pfaff, USA, a leading manufacturer of industrial sewing machines.

When it was available, Anne-Marie spent free time with her family on Lake Lanier. She also enjoyed traveling, spending a couple of summers crisscrossing the country on the back of a Harley-Davidson with her previous husband, Lloyd Southwick.

Anne-Marie was the eldest of four siblings, three of whom survive her: George, Harold, and Steve Nelson. In addition to being an amazing daughter, she was a wonderful mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and aunt. Her son, J.W. Southwick resides in Suwanee, Georgia with his wife, Tuesday and their daughter, Roxy. J.W.’s older children, Alex and Katie, reside in North Carolina. Anne-Marie’s oldest son, Michael, passed away in 2020. He was the father of two, Michael Thomas Southwick, and Chelsea Womack. Michael Thomas is the father of Anne-Marie’s great-grandchildren: Abby, Hunter, Bradley, and Chloe. Thomas Taylor’s daughter, Patricia, has six children: Hunter and Matthew Sanders, KateLynne, Stephen, and Ian Prichard, and Courtney Saxon.

A celebration of Anne-Marie’s life is planned for late Spring. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that interested parties make a small donation to Tigger’s Dog Rescue in Dickson, Tennessee, as she was a lover of animals, especially dogs. They are a 501 (c)(3) organization, so contributions are tax deductible. They can be reached at 615-446-9071 to arrange electronic contributions, or you can mail donations to them at 1275 Highway 48 South

Dickson, TN 37055.

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