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Obituary: TAYLOR, MARJORIE

Marjorie Bradshaw Earl Taylor1915 ~ 2013The family's best battler finally found one she couldn't win and died of TMB. (Too Many Birthdays. This line respectfully borrowed from her brother-in-law Alma Boyce)Loving wife, mother, grandma Margie, sister and friend. She loved selling real estate, designing homes, playing bridge, playing golf, bowling and a good party. She was a loving sacrificing mother.She was born in Magrath Alberta, Canada to Jennie Chipman Bradshaw and Floyd S. Bradshaw. The family moved back to SLC when she was in grade school. She later graduated from East High School and attended the University of Utah. On Sept. 14, 1935 she married Glenn L. Earl, the love of her life who died too soon on August 3, 1953. She later married Hal W. Taylor. (divorced) She then married Kinners Taylor (deceased) with whom she shared many happy years. Marge was preceded in death by her sisters, Dorothy Watkins, Jean Boyce and Faye Davis. She is survived by two children; Judy Bell (Bruce) and Glenn L. Earl (Jolene); Her brother Howard Bradshaw; four grandchildren, five great grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. Marjorie was an extremely committed Jazz fan. Her positive attitude and lovely smile will be greatly missed.The family extends a special thanks to the staff at Alta Ridge Holladay for their exceptional care.Graveside services will be at Wasatch Lawn 3401 Highland Drive, SLC, 2 p.m., Saturday, June 8, 2013. In lieu of flowers please donate to the charity of your choice.