Glenn Taylor, 93, formerly of Brigham City, died Thursday, May 2, 1996 at the LDS Hospital.
He was born the ninth of eleven children, February 1, 1903 in Parowan, the child of Henry Weber and Mary Elizabeth Warren Taylor. He married Edna Dee Ward, December 23, 1927 in Willard. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Logan LDS Temple, March 12, 1946. Glenn was reared in Parowan and graduated from Southern Utah State College at Cedar City and later from Utah State University, Logan, with a degree in education. He also had training at University of California at Berkeley and Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass. He taught school in Willard and was teacher and principal at Snowville, Bear River City, Garland, and Brigham City Foothill schools. He retired in 1968. He received the Bear River Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa Educator Of The Year.Mr. Taylor was past president of the BEEA and was active in the UEA, NEA, and the Box Elder Principals' Assn. He was a member of the Garland Lions Club and served as County Chairman of the March of Dimes and Red Cross. He was a member of the Bear River Valley Men's Chorus. He was a director of Rogers & Taylor Funeral Home in Tremonton and Nelson Funeral Home in Logan. Glenn and was a High Priest in the LDS Church, serving in the past as a stake high councilman, High Priest group leader, Elder's quorum president, Sunday School superintendent, Sunday School and Priesthood teacher, Scoutmaster and leader, executive secretary to regional representative, and home teacher. He and Edna served a mission to the Oakland Temple Visitors Center and were Brigham Stake Tabernacle missionaries.
Surviving are his wife, of Salt Lake City; two daughters, two sons and their spouses, Marilyn (Dale S.) Bailey, Edwardsville, Ill.; Ann (Gerald K.) Maloney, West Valley City; Ward (Lynette) Taylor, Tremonton; Jay (Anne) Taylor, Roseville, Calif.; 15 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by 12 brothers and sisters.
Funeral services will be conducted Monday, May 6, at 11 a.m. in the Brigham Tabernacle. Friends may call Sunday, 6-8 p.m. and Monday from 9:15-10:30 a.m. at Olsen-Myers Funeral Home, 205 South 1st East, Brigham City. Burial in the Willard Cemetery.
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