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10300 Richmond Road
Warsaw, VA 22572
Phone: 804-333-3770
Fax: 804-333-0079
Catherine Taylor

Catherine Norwood Taylor (Jenkins)

Friday, October 19th, 1945 - Wednesday, June 9th, 2021
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Obituary

Catherine Norwood (Jenkins) Taylor, age 75, died Wednesday, June 9, 2021 peacefully at home surrounded by family after a long brave battle with Parkinson’s Disease.

Catherine was born October 19, 1945 at Jenkins Point on Nomini Creek in Westmoreland County, Virginia to Chester Arthur and Virginia Allen Jenkins. She met the love of her life, Alfred Watson Taylor in 1965. After three months they married and moved to Tappahannock where they raised their family.

Catherine was an amazing person. She helped anyone in need with whatever resources she had even if it was an inconvenience to her. She was always willing to listen and offer advice. Catherine was spiritually open minded and able to use her gifts to help anyone regardless of their background or beliefs.

Catherine’s passion was found in her store, Corner Bargains, in downtown Warsaw, Virginia. She owned and operated her business for over 23 years leaving regretfully due to her illness. Her final days were spent reminiscing over her customers who she considered friends, and the stories of their lives which she had the honor of them sharing with her. Her last request was that her customers/friends know how special they were to her and how much she adored, admired, and appreciated everyone. She simply wanted to say, “Thank you”.

Catherine was a great business person, receiving many accolades. Knowledge of her store was nationwide which surprised her. She held a high ethical standard in all her business and personal dealings. She was proud to be a self-made female small business owner.

Catherine will truly be missed. She leaves behind her husband of 55 years, Alfred Watson Taylor, Sr.; children Alfred Taylor, Jr., Carson Taylor, Christopher Taylor and his wife Jessica; grandchildren Geoffrey Alexander Taylor and James Christopher London Taylor; former daughter-in-law Kat Wombolt-Pestalitz; and her siblings and numerous extended family members.

The family would like to thank everyone at Riverside Rehabilitation and Kindred Hospice for their loving care and professionalism. A special thanks to Dr. Robert Briggs and Helen Payne for always being there for Catherine.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.
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Sandra Hagan

Posted at 12:06am
Words are feeble to compliment one so trusting of others

She was the real treasure in the Corner Bargains store in Warsaw, VA for many years

Catherine offered fair prices and friendship to all

She will be sorely missed

Sincerely
Sandra Wade Hagan
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Angie Jenkins

Posted at 05:06pm
My childhood memories are full of time spent with Aunt Catherine ... particularly summer cookouts and her laugh and her stories. I've always loved the stories and memories she shared about our Dad (when he was a boy) and the stories and memories she shared about Granddaddy Jenkins -- we never got to meet him..., but she helped us know him and kept him alive for us. She loved us and we loved her and will miss her. Thoughts are with all the family and all of those who knew and loved Catherine and our shared grief.

Jessica Taylor

Posted at 07:00pm
My best memories of Catherine were from the first year Chris and I were married and I was able to help out a bit at Corner Bargains with her. I was able to see her first hand in her element, working with customers and with all manner of antiques and unique items. She knew the value of special things and special people and treated all with care. Everyone who came into the store was regarded as a friend and no one was ever taken advantage of. The way that customers would speak of her when I would work in the store for her made me very proud to be her daughter in law. As wonderful as the items she sold were, the most important thing about Corner Bargains was the bond that Catherine had with the customers that she loved so much. It was so much more to her than just a business.
Catherine was also an incredible grandmother. The incredible depth of love that she had for both of her grandsons, her “number one man” Geoffrey and her “sweetheart” James was unmatched. We will miss her terribly.
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Posted at 06:08pm
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Christopher Taylor

Posted at 01:44pm
James loved his grandma from the start and would insist on eating with her even when she could not make it to the dining room . He would pull his little chair next to her to watch cartoons. He always wanted to be sitting next to her . Even though she was sick most of his life he was attracted to the enormous love and warmth she gave. He is going to carry your memory Mom and never forget you .
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