FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

Iris Taylor
 - 2/18/2003

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Iris I. Taylor, age 62 of Albion, Nebraska died Tuesday; February 18, 2003 at her home in rural Albion with her husband Don and her daughter Patty at her side after a long battle with cancer. Funeral services are 4:30 p.m. Saturday, March 1, 2003 at the First Baptist Church in Albion. The Rev. Timothy Stahl will officiate. Interment will be in the Rose Hill Cemetery.

Iris I. Taylor was born March 2, 1940 on the family farm in Chambers, Nebraska to Lewis and Mabel (Wauhob) Rothchild. She grew up in the Neligh and Oakdale, Nebraska areas. She graduated from High School and was married to Donald Taylor on September 1, 1955 in Albion, Nebraska. They moved to West Virginia where Don was in the military, later returning to the state of Nebraska. She worked as a cook at various restaurants for several years including the Villa Inn and Daylight Donuts in Albion. Iris' hobbies include traveling, crocheting, embroidery, gardening, and going to the casino.

Iris is survived by:

Husband Donald Taylor Sr. of Albion, NE
Son Don (Kathy) Taylor Jr. of Albion, NE
Son Robert (Dorothy) Taylor of Albion, NE
Daughter Pat (Clinton) Haddix of Albion, NE
Son Ron Taylor of Shelby, NE
Son John Taylor of Grand Island, NE
Sister Rowena (Bill) Good of Wisconsin Rapids, WI
Sister Arliss (Bill) Beckman of Wisconsin Rapids, WI
6 Grandchildren and 6 Great Grandchildren
Many Nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews

She was preceded in death by her parents, 1 granddaughter Sheila Taylor, 1 brother Lewis, and 1 nephew Yauncy Beckman

CLERGY
Rev. Timothy Stahl

MUSICIANS
Lynn & Carol Iverson

CONGREGATIONAL HYMN
"The Old Rugged Cross" #317

MUSICAL SELECTIONS
"How Great Thou Art"
"On The Wings of A Snow White Dove"

INTERMENT
Rose Hill Cemetery-Albion, Nebraska

McKown Funeral Home-Columbus, Nebraska


Farewell to Mother


Tears softly fall down our cheeks
for the loss of one that was so strong
but yet so weak.

We knew her body was tired and weary
yet her spirit was strong to the end:
giving courage to all of us who remain
to not give way to pain.

She would like to have stayed with us,
but God had plans for her of His own...

Mom's work here on earth was done,
and her Heavenly home was waiting.

She abides there with our Father
for all who keep the faith
to join her one day in everlasting life.



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