Pearl Lee Hutchins Taylor was born into this life on July 6, 1934 to the late Barney and Viola Green Hutchins. She was raised by her aunt and uncle, Alice and Freddie Smith, Centreville, Maryland. She entered into eternal rest on Sunday, January 19, 2014 at Genesis Health Care, Easton, Maryland. She was 79 years old.\n \n She graduated from Kennard Junior/Senior High School, Centreville, Maryland in the Class of 1953.At a very early age, she accepted Christ as her personal Lord and Saviour at John Wesley United Methodist Church, Carmichael, Maryland.Pearl was joined in Holy Matrimony to Marshall Taylor, Jr. on May 9, 1959. Then later moved from Queen Anne County to Talbot County and transferred her church membership to New Zion Episcopal Church which is now New Zion United Methodist Church. She served in several capacities including: past president, United Methodist Women; communion steward; and usher. She fulfilled each of these positions with great dedication until she could no longer serve.\n \n In the early 1970s, she obtained her degree in Early Childhood Education at Chesapeake College, Wye Mills, Maryland. Subsequently, she started her career with the Head Start Program until partial retirement in 1996. Throughout her career, she worked as a substitute teacher with the Easton Daycare Center for 20+ years until full retirement.\n \n Pearl loved her family and always wanted them to do the right thing. There wasn't anything she wouldn't do to help her children and grandchildren. She loved to fellowship with people in general and greeting everyone with a beautiful smile. Her favorite hobbies were traveling, shopping, and playing bingo. She loved family gatherings. Mom, we miss that good fried chicken and creamy potato salad.\n \n In addition to her parents, aunt and uncle, she was preceded in death by her sister Bertha Mae Hutchins Bailey Smith.\n \n She leaves to cherish fond memories, a loving and devoted husband, Marshall Taylor, Jr., Easton, MD; three sons, Freddie Taylor (Gloria), Cordova, MD; Edwin Taylor (Karen), Hurlock, MD; Aurice Wilson, Landover, MD; four daughters, Patricia Taylor, Preston, MD; Vernette Hutchins Roberts (Royce), Decatur, GA; Kimberly Taylor, Easton, MD; Brenadette Taylor, Cambridge, MD; son-in-law Harold Jenkins, Gloucester, MA; 11 grandchildren, Mario (Bridgett), Terrance, Shonta, Toshawnka, Sr. (LaToya), Delajuwon, Ejiyah, Tynisha, Keith, Ty'Mereah, Shanita (Clarence), Jamese (Garfield); 16 great grandchildren; one brother, Barney Hutchins, Jr., Easton, MD; three sisters, Shirley Groce, Greensboro, MD; Catherine Hutchins, Queenstown, MD; Florence Jones (Samuel), Grasonville, MD; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.\n \n Mom, we truly love you and will miss you dearly\n \n Services will be held on Sat., Jan. 25th 1pm at Union Baptist Church Easton, MD with a viewing two hours prior. Interment Mon., Jan. 27th 11am Veterans Cemetery Hurlock, MD.