Frances Zaikis Taylor

Frances Zaikis Taylor, 80, of Bellingham, passed away on Friday, June 24, 2022 in Bellingham, MA surrounded by loved ones.

She is the beloved wife for 40 years of the late Frederick E. Taylor Jr. US Army. Born in Whitman, MA on April 15, 1942, she is the daughter of the late Frank J. and Alice L. (Van Brunt) Zaikis. She is the sister of Elaine Nave of Carver, late sister of Lillian McCarrick of Ashland, late sister of Robert Zaikis of Harvard, and late sister of Rita Zaikis of Dorchester. She leaves her nieces and nephews, Tracy Nave, and her husband Michael, Deborah Comeau, and her husband, David, Walter Robar and his wife Margaret, Teresa McCarrick, Bobby McCarrick, James McCarrick and his fiancé Tammy, Kim (Nave) DelVecchio and her husband Derek, Glen Nave, Andrew Zaikis and his wife Lisa, Brian Zaikis and his wife Cathy, Amanda (Zaikis) Gleason and her husband Josh, Robert Taylor and his wife Donna, Michael Taylor, Jeff Taylor and his wife Shannon, and many great nieces and nephews, cousins, and friends.

Fran was a resident of Bellingham since 1980, formerly of Dorchester and was a graduate of Monsignor Ryan Memorial High School. She worked at Western Electric in Watertown and AT&T in Marlborough with numerous years of service.

Fran loved visiting with family and friends, taking cruises to Bermuda and the caribbean, traveling to Ireland, going to the casino (probably because she always won), staying current with the news, reading books, discovering new relatives through, and bird watching from her back deck. She will be greatly missed by family and friends.

A memorial service with visitation will be held in Boston Cremation, 116 Franklin St., Quincy, On Tuesday July 12, 2022 from 9-11AM.


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  1. Shirley Fadden on July 8, 2022 at 8:37 am

    Fran and Fred lived around the corner from my family in Bellingham. It was a happy day when I’d bump into Fran walking down the street or when I got to chat with her during a visit or at the gym. She took wonderful care of herself, always active to the best of her abilities even after her cancer diagnosis. She had a welcoming smile, was always interested in how my family is doing, and especially loved to hear about our kids. I’ll miss finding her on a walk when I turn onto her street.

  2. Elaine Monaghan/ Bonfiglio on May 10, 2024 at 7:10 am

    Prayers for all🙏🙏🌹🌹

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