Taylor Woolston Obituary, Death – This past week, the residents of North Tonawanda said their final goodbyes to a student who had a very unique and significant place in each and every one of their hearts. The student had been diagnosed with cancer. He had been a part of their community for a good number of years at that point. In addition to her responsibilities as a daughter, a sister, and a granddaughter, Taylor volunteered her time and energy at the North Texas Humane Society.
Additionally, she worked there in a volunteer capacity. In addition to that, we considered her a friend in our group. They looked up to her as though she were an elder sister, and she always made time for the younger children who played on the field. She was a role model for them. She was held in high regard by them. She was certain to find many of the athletes’ younger siblings during the sporting events in which her own high school competed, and if she did, she made it a point to always take the time to give them a hug or have a little talk with them if she did find them.
If she did not find any of the athletes’ younger siblings, she would not attend the sporting events in which her own high school participated. Her quick wit and lovely grin were the perfect complements to her naturally kind and sympathetic demeanor, which she exuded in abundance. The North Tonawanda Athletic Association has started a GoFundMe campaign in which all of the money raised will be given to the woman’s parents to help relieve some of the financial stress that will be caused by the costs associated with the funeral and burial of the deceased woman. The North Tonawanda Athletic Association is doing this because the woman’s parents will have to pay for the expenses associated with the funeral and burial of the deceased woman.