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    Susan Taylor

Susan Taylor: Reunited Again

Susan Sheaffer Taylor passed into the waiting arms of her daughters, Nancy and Lydia, and husband, Charlie, on Fri., June 7, 2019.

Susan was born May 13, 1930, to Craig and Virginia Sheaffer in Chicago, Ill.

She was a rare and delightful spitfire, was a perpetual joy to be around with a beautiful voice, a generous nature and a quick wit.

She met and married Charles Taylor, her true love and kindred soul, after his service in WWII. They were introduced by her brother John.

After farming in Kansas, she moved her young family west with Charlie to Tremonton, Utah, in 1955 to cultivate a new farm in the Curlew Valley.

Many neighborhood children spent delicious and pleasurable summer days with Susan and her sandwhiches, laughing in the sunshine and frolicking around the yard under her kind, watchful eyes.

Her love of cards and butter are legendary; her cooking and parties transcendent for their taste (literally) and vivacity. Along with being the figurative cement of her family, she was a great champion and supporter to many others in the community. Susan was a committed volunteer of the Red Cross Blood Bank, spending many years with the organization.

Her incredible personality shines through in her children and grandchildren. She leaves many people that love her.

There will be a memorial service on Fri., June 14, 11:00 a.m., beginning with a prayer for family and friends. The memorial will start at 11:30 a.m., at Rogers and Taylor Funeral Home, located at 111 North 100 East, Tremonton, Utah.

The family would like to specially thank Ashley Rhodes for her loving care of Susan in addition to Intermountain Home Health and Hospice, specifically, Dr. Todd Miller, Shelby, Mavis and Irene along with many others that cared for Susan these last five years.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Intermountain Home Helath and Hospice, the Red Cross or the Snowville Ambulance. Please note that the donation is in memorial to Susan Taylor.

On-line condolences may be shared with the family at www.ruddfuneralhome.com

The Scott County Record

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Scott City, KS 67871

Phone: 620-872-2090

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