Virginia S. Baxter
Date of Passing:
Baxter, Virginia S. (Silva), 94, of Anchor Bay, 1440 Wampanoag Trail, Riverside, died peacefully on February 2, 2021. She was the wife of the late Donald Baxter and the late Warren Taylor.
Born in Pawtucket, daughter of the late Joseph and Anne (Roy) Silva, she lived at Anchor Bay for the past 3 years.
Mrs. Baxter was a secretary at Brown University for 25 years before retiring in 1999.
Virginia was a member of the Riverside Order of the Eastern Star. She enjoyed traveling.
She is survived by a daughter, Kirstin Sloaman of Darien, Georgia; a brother, Gordon Silva of Florida; seven grandchildren, Michael Bullock, Amy Fonseca, David Cioe, Zachary Taylor, David Taylor, Bruce Taylor III, Emily Taylor and seven great grandchildren. She was the mother of the late Bruce Taylor II and Douglas Taylor.
Her Funeral Service will be private. Contributions in Virginia’s memory to the RISPCA, 186 Amaral Street, Riverside, RI 02915 would be deeply appreciated.
Ginni kept in touch with my parents, her dear friend Jane Johnson and Gordon Johnson all these years until they passed away in 2017 & 2020. Ginni and I had a few nice back and forths via snail mail and I truly could see why my Mom and Dad had such a long and nice relationship with her, a dear and kind woman! I wish I could have met her and had a cuppa tea. My Mom and Ginni grew up in Riverside together and I always heard of lovely, fond stories of Ginni over the years. They all had full lives and saw so much change in this world, but always kept perspective of the value of dear friends? I jus found a recent letter from Ginni while going through my Dads things and looked her up. My condolences to her family?
So sorry for your loss. My condolences to your family. May she rest in eternal peace.
Sending love Kirsten. I wish we could have been there for you. Eventually we will have to get our whole gang of kids and grandkids together.
Time flies by so quickly.
Kris so sorry for your families loss our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family
Mary Ann & family
Our deepest sympathy to you all. May Virginia rest in eternal peace. may you all find comfort and peace knowing that you have a guardian angel watching over you
We are so very sorry for your families loss may virginia rest in peace may you all try to fnd comfort in all the loving memories you all had
We are so deeply sorry for your loss. Aunt Gini, my godmother, was such a giving soul; she never forgot my sons Max and Ian over Christmas and always sent them a brand new book. They looked forward to those packages every year which took them on new journeys! We were grateful to have her in our lives for as long as we did. Love, Alyson, Ed, Ian and Max Linville