Mildred Elizabeth Broadway was born into this life on April 2, 1917 to the late John Henry and Ardella Mundy. She entered into eternal life on July 5, 2011 at the Hospice of Queen Anne's, Centreville, Maryland. She was 94 years old.\n \n At a very early age, she accepted Christ in her life and joined New Zion United Methodist Church, Cordova (Newtown), MD. She served in several capacities: communion steward, usher, member of kitchen committee and senior choir. Mildred loved the Lord and had a great passion for attending worship services at her home church and was well known by many church members on the Eastern Shore. To have known, Mildred, you had to know how much she loved to dress up in her stylish outfits and matching 'church hats'. Mildred was the oIdest member of New Zion and was proud to be called the 'Mother of the Church' for the past several years.\n \n Mildred was joined in Holy Matrimony to the late Marshall Taylor, Sr. on April 18, 1933 and lived on the family lot in Cordova, Maryland for many years. From this union, one son was born.\n \n Later in 1981, she married the late Perry Richard Broadway and moved from her hometown of Cordova, Maryland to Queen Anne (Starr), Maryland, then later moved to Tilghman Terrace in Centreville, Maryland. They shared one daughter, Rosalee Anderson (Blaise).\n \n She worked as a domestic worker and in the food processing industry for many years until retirement. Then later was avidly involved in the upbringing of Victoria and Joyce Wood.\n \n Mildred was best known for lending a helping hand to anyone in need. She loved her family dearly and enjoyed spending time with them. She loved to cook... bake... sing... and listen to gospel music. She shared many tasty meals and desserts with her family, church family, and friends throughout the years.\n \n She was fun to be around and loved attention. She was fun to talk to and whenever someone said something that she really agreed with, she would say "I'm telling you". Her memory will be cherished by her son Marshall Taylor, Jr. (Pearl), Easton, MD; stepdaughter Rosalee Anderson (Blaise) Baltimore, MD; nine (9) grandchildren; 14 great grandchildren; and 14 great-great grandchildren; one brother John Oliver (Toby) Mundy, Cordova (Newtown), MD; sister in-law Lillie Mae Mundy (Royal Oak, MD); many special cousins and a host of nieces and nephews; several dear friends: Wood Family, Patricia Galloway, Susan Anthony, Lorraine Jenkins, Mamie Stanley, Pauline Rosier, Bessie Deaton, Marie Whittico, Mary Griffin, Peggy Wilson, James Smith, and many residents of Tilghman Terrace.\n \n In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by six siblings: Florence Agnes Griffin, Bessie, William, James, Emma, and Robert Mundy.\n \n Mildred was truly blessed to spend so many years with her family and close friends a�" what a life of abundance... "To God Be The Glory!"\n \n Services will be held on Saturday, July 9th, 12 noon at New Zion UM Church Newtown with a viewing Friday evening 7-9pm at the church. Interment in the church cemetery.