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SALLY JO TAYLOR SMUCLOVSKY

SMUCLOVSKY SALLY JO TAYLOR, age 61, August 1, 2013, went to her eternal home on Thursday morning, August 1, 2013 after a courageous 3-year battle with cancer. Sally was born in Detroit, Michigan and was the widow of John Smuclovsky. She leaves behind two sons, Nicholas and Michael both of Miami, Florida; sister Jill McCall (Dale) of Prescott, Arizona, brother Scott (Judy) of Wallowa, Oregon, and friends too numerous to count. Sally graduated from Redford Union High School in 1970; obtained her AA in Business and Nursing Degree from Miami Dade College. A memorial service will be planned for family and friends in Michigan at a later date. Donations can be made to cancer research or Ann Arbor Hospice of Ann Arbor, MI.

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Tina Alexander08/05/2013

You will be so missed my precious friend! I am joyful knowing you are in the loving arms of Jesus! Looking forward to the day we are re-united in Heaven!

Susan Gamble08/05/2013

Sally was an amazing woman, who brought much joy to the world, and who has left us with many great memories. We who knew her, were the lucky ones. Rest in peace, Sally.

Gordon Mack08/05/2013

Gone Way to Soon ! Heaven Just Got Another Angel --- Until We Meet Again --- From All the Mack's

Gary Skelton08/05/2013

Going to be missed by us all.

DIANE FERGUSON R0SS08/05/2013

I would like to express my deepest sorrow for your loss. May the lord wrap his arns around your family at this time. Know its not good by but you will see each other later.,, this helped me with the loss of my brother and parents i know when some one told me this. god bless you all. i went to redford union with her although i graduated in 73, she was much too young to go thats for sure.i have lost two sister in laws to cancer linda westercamp she was in her class about 15 yrs ago and cori palo class of 68.I myself had ovarian cancer two yrs ago and for some reason i am still here, we just do not know why god takes our loved ones when he does again i am so very very sorry for her kids as well as her sibblings abd for the many many friend she left behind as well. she was dearly loved

Sue Talbot (Motola)08/05/2013

To Sally's sons and siblings, I am so sorry for your great loss. As we all know she was an amazing person.....she will always be remembered as a unique woman of strength,full of laughter, generous in friendships,intelligent .....to know her was a blessing and she will be missed and remembered well. I believe and I am confident that I will see her again in heaven with our Lord and what a reunion that will be....love,Sue

NICHOLAS SMUCLOVSKY08/06/2013

Mom I love you sooo much and will miss everyday I live without you. My life will be different and it will be complicated to adapt but I know that you are watching over me and that helps me sleep at night knowing that I will be protected always by your gaze...

Norm Jakust08/07/2013

I was lucky to be reunited with Sally on our 40 year high school reunion cruise. Still always smiling even when the airlines lost her luggage. To her family, sorry for your loss Sally was a very special person.

Charlie Stewart08/07/2013

Like Norm Jakust, I hadn't seen Sally since graduation until our 40 Year reunion cruise. If she knew she was sick you'd never have been able to tell. She was partying with the rest of us like it had only been a matter of days since we'd all last seen each other. I was hoping she'd be going with us on our Alaska cruise in 2015 and the party could continue. Happily she'll be there in spirit and we will toast her memory. RIP Sally, none of your fellow Panthers2906 will ever forget you.

Mary Ray08/07/2013

Sally brought so much joy and laughter with her, no matter the occasion, that you couldn't help but be drawn in. Her spirit was indomitable. A most amazing woman I was lucky enough to call my friend. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to you, Nicholas, Michael, Jill and Scott - as well as the rest of us that will always miss Sally. May our wonderful memories keep her in our hearts forever. With much love, may God bless you Sally Jo.

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