Arlene Taylor Obituary, Death – The unexpected passing of our beautiful and brave mother, Arlene Taylor, came as a shock to all of us. There isn’t going to be anyone else on this planet with her kind of spirit ever again. She was an honest representation of who she was, and I’m going to miss being able to call her and get comfort from her whenever I need it. As we got older, her three children, Staci Taylor, Cody Taylor, and I, saw our mother persevere through a variety of challenges. While we were still young, she mustered the strength to walk away from an abusive relationship with our stepfather and enroll in nursing school at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. She is now a registered nurse.
Her children have all attained very high levels of education. She made the most of every moment of her life, and even though my eyes are swollen from crying as I write this, I laugh joyfully when I think of her. That is because she was a courageous cowgirl princess who, in the latter part of her life, discovered joy, peace, and healing. She lived her life to the fullest. She cherished her Barbies and all of the other dolls that came with them. She made a happy environment and community for herself. Just before she passed away, she emailed me a picture of her Christmas tree, which was adorned with angel orbs all around it. I told her that all of our ancestors were with her, and she said that they were her guardian angels. I told her that all of our ancestors were with her. I have no doubt that she is at peace now, and that as our guardian angel, she will continue to watch over and look out for all of us.
Her surviving family members include her siblings Jerel Olson and his wife Carolyn Olson, her three children Stephanie Taylor, and Matthew Krueger, and their spouses, and her grandchildren Jacob Taylor, Joshua Taylor, and Kaitlyn Taylor. This coming Saturday will be reserved for a private funeral service because of the stormy weather in Wyoming. Everyone cherished and cherished her presence in their lives. In lieu of sending flowers, the family requests that you consider making a donation to SAFE Shelter, Center for Domestic Violence Services, Inc. There will never be another person quite like her again. Because I am certain that she is the brightest star in the sky, I will search for her there every night.