Zenobia Taylor

By From page A4 | September 26, 2012


Jan.5, 1931 — Sept. 19, 2012

Zenobia Taylor was born on Jan. 5, 1931 in Opelousas, La,. to Robert and Lucinder (Charles) Pitre. On Oct. 17, 1954 she married Willie Taylor in Opelousas.

They moved to San Diego in 1957 where they lived until 1969, when they moved to Vallejo. They moved to Fairfield in 1971 where Zenobia has resided since. Over the years, in addition to taking care of her family, Zenobia worked as a Care Provider for Solano County. She also worked for the School District and she provided day care in her home. She enjoyed cooking, doing crafts and sewing.

She is survived by a son, Rick Taylor of Hampton, Va.; two daughters, Lisa Pugh of Fairfield and Gisele Mills of Glenn Ellen, Ill; three sisters, Verdina Pitre  and Merline Pitre, both of Houston, Texas, and Sandra Taylor of Ft. Washington, Md; a brother, Greg Pitre of Opelousas, La; her step-mom, Florence Pitre of Opelousas, La., and seven grandchildren.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband in 1997 and by a brother and  a sister.

Visitation will be from noon to 4 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 28, 2012 at Bryan-Braker Funeral Home, 1850 W. Texas St., Fairfield. There will be a Memorial Service at 7 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 28 at the Fairfield Church of Christ, 2200  Fairfield Ave., Fairfield. Please sign the guest book at www.bryanbraker.com.



Domini Williams


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