Taylor Christina Moloney of Beverly, formerly of Billerica, was 30 years old. She was born in Newton and grew up in Billerica. She graduated from Bishop Guertin High School in Nashua, NH and attended Salem State University. Taylor was enjoying her new role as a sales rep at Trinity Solar.
She was a passionate, driven, smart, and strong young woman whose smile could light up a room. Taylor – or TT as her younger cousins nicknamed her – always held family close to her heart. She loved adventuring with her mom, whether it was to Lexington center for free bread or all the way to Italy for some gelato. Her dad taught her how to drive and they would cruise for hours, venturing to wherever her heart desired, singing along to Summer of ’69.
She always looked forward to annual summer vacations on the Cape with her extended family. Her many cousins were like siblings to her, and her aunts and uncles adored her. Taylor’s idea of a perfect day included driving her pickup truck with the windows down, blasting music and sipping a large iced coffee. She was also everyone’s go-to person for hair and make-up advice. Halloween was her all-time favorite holiday, and she loved celebrating it in Salem. Taylor was a big music fan and loved going to concerts. Most recently, she sang all night at an Aerosmith show with her dad and danced in the crowd at a Luke Combs concert with her mom. Taylor had a love for cooking – but not necessarily for cleaning up after. All who knew her appreciated her love for others and the way she would always stand up for what was right. Her passing leaves hearts torn, and dreams crushed for she was so loved by all and had so much to look forward to.
Taylor was the loving daughter of Andrea (Dooley) and Peter Moloney of Billerica. She was the beloved grandchild of Normand Dooley of Burlington, the late Madeline Dooley, Peter, and Mary Moloney. She was adored by her aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
Memorials, in Taylor's name, may be made to the MSPCA.
The service and burial will be private. Arrangements by the Edward V. Sullivan Funeral Home, Burlington.