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Blaisdelle Taylor

April 17th, 1993 - June 5th, 2020

Blaisdelle Taylor, a hospice CNA who brought kindness and compassion to hundreds of Treasure Valley patients and families, died Friday, June 5th. She was 27. She was a creative and loving daughter, sister, niece, cousin, and friend who followed through on her dream of owning her own home. It was there she cared for her dog Ted, her two cats Charlotte and Nemo, and her flock of chickens. Blaisdelle loved caring for others from an early age. In grade school, she would accompany injured classmates to the nurse’s office for a scraped knee, or direct arriving parents to where their child was playing at daycare. As an adult, she was always the first one to think of a thoughtful gift or kind word to bring joy. She loved animals, drawing, celebrating holidays with family, cooking for others, taking Ted to the dog park, and adopting animals in need of a loving home. Blaisdelle is survived by her parents Heather and John, her sister Abbey, and her brother Matt. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that each person consider “paying it forward” in Blaisdelle’s honor by doing something kind for someone in need or donating to your local animal shelter.

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Casey tovar

You’ll be home soon, love bug. The Tovar’s

Published March 31st, 2024
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Lorna Broman Mitson

🕯️ Blais was my girls' first babysitter that wasn't a grandparent. There are no words, and I can't believe she is gone.

Published March 30th, 2024
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Casey

Blais has always been a light. She was a light that I could never do any justice. She's a light that burned with life and someone who loved with her whole heart. She accepted me completely and loved my kids like her own. She was someone who was patient, someone who was kind, someone who was selfless and always putting our family first. I could never explain what an impact she made in my life. We spoke of our thoughts on the afterlife. Plans, to make things easier once we came to that point in our lives. I wasn't expecting to have to put those conversations to use. All I can do now is make sure I can give her a restful afterlife and ensure it's based on what she wanted. I could never explain how amazing she truly is. My words could never do her any justice. My words could never explain just how incredible of a human she was. My words could never capture just how much of an impact she made in my life. If you knew Blais, you knew how smart, sassy, funny, and absolutely incredible she was. Please, throughout all of this, hold on to those memories of her. She IS all of those things and will FOREVER always live within our hearts in those memories we cherish. If you knew her, I'm sorry for your loss too. Please, keep her in your hearts, prayers, and thoughts. She will forever live there for each of us ❤️ your husband

Published March 30th, 2024
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Tina Plimmer

🐈 You where always so kind and sweet to me. You introduced me to Dutch bros my very first drink from there. You kindness with patients. Your love of animal’s . Your friendship to people was amazing. I moved on from working with you but never stopped thinking of you . May you Rest In Peace. Praying for your family and your closest friend.

Published March 30th, 2024
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Katie List

🕯️ This news is heartbreaking. I worked with Blaisdelle and could see from the start how caring she is. This is a true loss and I am sending my good vibes to you my friend! Rest in the peace that you are one of a kind and one of the greats. Love you girl!

Published March 30th, 2024
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Gina Hampton

Blaise always had such a warm, loving heart. I’ll cherish the memories we made playing as kids. I’m so sorry Taylor family. Words can’t describe how much my heart aches for you all. Gina Hampton

Published March 30th, 2024
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