Yzetta F. Taylor passed away at her mother's home in East New Market, with family and friends by her side on Monday, August 20, 2012. She was 53. Born November 14, 19S8, she was the daughter of Calvin L. Dockins and Lillian V. Slacum. Yzetta was educated in the public schools of Dorchester County and was employed at William Hill Gardens, in Easton, as a certified medicine aide/GNA until her illness. In addition to her mother and father, Yzetta is survived by three brothers: Gail Dockins of Hurlock, Keith Dockins (Donzelia) of Salisbury, and Timmy Banks of California; two sisters: Ladonya Dockins (Tyrone) of East New Market and Denise Aldridge (Larry) of Hurlock.; three nieces: Keneysha Dockins of Rhodesdale, LaQwanya Shuler of East New Market and Nyketa Saunders of Salisbury; three uncles: John Slacum (Jessie) of Columbus, Ohio, Carroll Dockins of East New Market and Marceilus Dockins (Geraldine) of Cambridge; and one aunt, Mary Jenkins of Hurlock. In addition, she is survived by two nephews: Larry Aldridge, Jr. (Karen) and Ian Aldridge (Grace), both of Salisbury; two great nieces, Kiera Dockins of Rhodesdale and Anna Rose Aldridge, both of Salisbury ; and three great nephews: Davion Dockins of Rhodesdale, Breon Saunders, and Brendan Aldridge, both of Salisbury. She is also survived by special friends: Nancy Patterson, JoAnn Harrington, Billie Norton, Ronette Stanley, Pedi Sampson, Mary Camper and Malaka Pritchett and a host of other family and friends. She is also survived by a very special friend, John (Buddy) Jackson of Vienna. She was preceded in death by two grandfathers: Rev. Albert Slacum and Marcellus Dockins, Sr. ; two grandmothers: Hattie Slacum and Lillian Young; four aunts: Mae Louise Jolley, Helen Slacum, Frances Fisher, and Lucille Lee; and one uncle, Henry Dockins, Sr. She will be dearly missed by all and was loved by family and friends. Yzetta had an extra special relationship with Keneysha and LaQwanya, who helped care for her during her illness.\n \n Services will be held Tues., August 28, 2012 at 1 p.m. at Faith Community United Methodist Church in East New Market with a viewing Mon. evening 6-8 p.m.at the church. Interment in East New Market Cemetery.