Arlene Taylor Obituary, Death – The courageous and wonderful woman who was our mother, Arlene Taylor, passed away abruptly earlier this week. Nobody else on this earth will ever be exactly the same as she is. There is no one else like her. She was a true reflection of who she was, and I’m going to miss the fact that I can contact her whenever I’m feeling down and get some solace from her. We, her three children, Staci Taylor, Cody Taylor, and I, witnessed our mother go through an amazing amount of struggle while we were growing up.
This included both physical and mental health issues. She had the bravery to walk away from a relationship that was quite abusive with our stepfather while we were still little children, and she went on to obtain her Registered Nurse certification from Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. Her children have all gone on to pursue degrees at the postgraduate level. She made the most of her life, and even though my eyes are swollen from crying as we write these words, we laught joyfully when we think of her, because that is who she was: a courageous cowgirl princess who.
In the later chapters of her life, found peace, healing, and joy. She lived her life to the fullest, and even though my eyes are swollen from crying, I laugh joyfully when I think of her. She made the most of every moment of her existence. She held all of her dolls, including her collection of Barbies and other brands of dolls, in the highest regard. She was able to create a cheerful environment for herself by gathering a bunch of individuals together.
Just a few days before she passed away, she sent me a picture of her Christmas tree in the form of an email. In the picture, there were angel orbs placed all around the tree. I told her that all of our ancestors were there with her, and she responded by saying that they were her guardian angels. I told her that all of our ancestors were there with her. After that, I informed her that every one of our ancestors was standing there with her. There is no question in my mind that she is rejoining with our Grandma and Grandpa at this very time, and that she will continue to watch over and protect all of us in her role as our Angel.
She is survived by her brother, Jerel Olson, and his wife, our aunt Carolyn Olson, as well as her three children and their spouses, Stephanie Taylor, Matthew Krueger, and her grandchildren, Jacob Taylor, Joshua Taylor, and Kaitlyn Taylor. In addition, she is survived by her great-grandchildren, Jacob Taylor, Joshua Taylor, and Kaitlyn Taylor. There are also others like her brother Jerel Olson and his wife Carolyn Olson who are able to carry on her legacy after she has passed away.