Midgley Taylor dedicated husband, father, grandfather, great
grandfather, brother and friend, left this earth with honor,
and was reunited with his beloved wife, on Sunday afternoon,
September 26, 2010 at Salt Lake Regional Hospital. He bravely
endured months of hospitalization, with the goal of returning
to health and enjoying more years with his family. The tender
care and dedication of the medical professionals involved
in his stay is greatly appreciated and will never be forgotten.
He often expressed his gratitude for their kindness &
Melvin was proceeded in death by the love of his life, his
dear wife Carol and is survived by his six daughters; Teri
Jerman, Melissa Longton, Wendy Bradbury, Rebecca Lund, Jill
Pitkin, Amber Russell, his 21 grandchildren and his 21 great
grandchildren, also Mel’s brother and sisters; Helen
Richard, Myrna Lou Banks, Marilyn Lundberg, Don Taylor,
Luann Putnam, Joyce White, Glen Taylor, Linda Duering and
their spouses, all of whom he loved dearly.
Melvin was a long time business owner and was appreciated
for his excellent business skills, but more than that, he
was loved and admired for his honesty, trustworthiness,
hard work and respect for his fellow man. His decisions
were always guided by these values.
Mel’s love of his wife and family were always evident.
His family sees his life as a tribute to his Savior Jesus
Melvin served in many church callings including several
LDS missions, the most recent where he and his wife Carol,
served, helping in the ‘Addiction Recovery Program”.
He will be truly missed but we know he was welcomed by
a host of waiting loved ones.
Funeral services for Melvin will be held Thursday, September
30, 2009 at 12:00 in the Winder 3rd Ward Chapel, 4551 South
1200 East, Salt Lake City, Utah. Family and friends are
welcome to attend a viewing from 10:00 am to 11:30 am prior
to the services at the church. Internment; Redwood Memorial
Estates Cemetery. Funeral Directors – Warenski Funeral
Home, American Fork, Utah.