Eileen Taylor Death, Obituary – After hearing of Eileen Taylor’s passing, members of the Society have found themselves experiencing a renewed sense of sorrow. Eileen was not only one of our members who had been with us for the most cumulative length of time, but she was also the member who had been with us the longest.
Despite the passage of a large length of time and the fact that Eileen joined the Society for the very first time in the early 1960s, she has remained a member for the entirety of her life and continues to do so to this day. She was a part of many different musicals during the many years that she was a member of our big dance company.
She brought elegance and beauty to the stage in each performance that she was a part of. Following the conclusion of her work in the performing arts, she became an enthusiastic member of our business’s front-of-house staff and later joined our company.
Throughout a significant period of our company’s existence, she was one of our most important dancers. If Eileen had maintained her membership in the Society through this year, she would have hit the 60-year milestone, which would have qualified her for the diamond long service NODA award.
If she had not maintained her membership, she would not have been eligible for the award. If the award had been given, it should have been given to her since she is most deserving of it. During this trying time, we want David and his family to know that we are thinking about them and that we offer our deepest condolences to them.
We want them to know that we are thinking about them and that we are extending our condolences to them. We would like for them to know that we are thinking about them and that we are extending our most sincere sympathies to them during this difficult time.