Pastor Annie Lee Fisher, the youngest daughter of the late Minister Robert Fisher, Sr. and Sister Willie Mae McClendon Fisher, was born in Tallahassee, Florida, February 14, 1947. The other siblings are sister Daisy Fisher Williams of Tallahassee, Florida and Bother Robert Fisher, Jr. of Stuart, Florida.
Sister Annie's early education was obtained in the public school system of Tallahassee. She matriculated at Florida A&M University, where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Food and Nutrition in 1967. Her most recent scholastic achievement was the earning of a Masters of Biblical Studies, graduating Summa Cum Laude in 2003.
Pastor Taylor claims not only her biological parents as family, but her "tutorial mothers", who provided warmth, love and guidance to her development. Mrs Annie B. Nelson, Mrs. Juanita Johnson, Mrs. Dorothy Wells and her life-long mentor, Dr. Carriemae Garnes Marquess. Fresh out of college, she married her childhood sweetheart, Brother Clifford Theodore Taylor. The Taylors are proud parents of six children: Clifford II, Tiffany (husband Vernon), Brett, Patrick, Ashanti and LeQuesha. Brother and Sister Taylor have only two grandchildren, Trevor and Jaylen.
Sister Taylor's professional life has been extensive, varied and noteworthy. She has practiced as a registered dietitian in the states of New York, Massachusetts, Florida, Maryland and the District of Columbia. In the Bronx, at Morrisinia and Lebanon hospitals, in Miami at Jackson Memoriual, in Bethesda at Sibly Hospital in Springfield, at the Municiple Hospital Center in Washington, DC. at the National Lutheran Home and finally here in Tallahassee at Tallahassee Memorial Regional Medical Center. Her duties have ranged from Assistant Dietitian, Director of Food Service, Therapeutic Dietitian, Chief Dietitian; ect, all involving the nutritional welfare of children, adults and especially the elderly. After serving in the food service areas for many years, it was because of her great love for children that she