Edna Marie Taylor

Edna Marie Taylor and her twin brother Edward were born on September 7, 1932 at 1829 Mercier (home), in Kansas City, Missouri. She married Jim L. Taylor the love of her life whom on the last day of 2nd grade, she told she would marry when they grew up. They were married April 22, 1955 and stayed best friends and husband and wife for 65 beautiful years. She had 3 kids a daughter, Mary and two sons Jack and Daniel. She has 9 grandkids, and two great grandkids. She also has 3 older sisters that had gone on before her and several cousins. She was a wonderful woman, her and her husband rode their tandem bike 66,610 miles from 1994-2017. In 2019 they bought a tandem recliner trike which they rode about 300 miles, so many people on Indian Creek Trail knew and loved her. She loved watching the Overland Park Orchestra rehearse and perform (in which her husband was a part). She also loved to fly their plane with her husband. She was an extraordinary woman who was very forgiving, never remembering offenses and always kind and understanding. She will be loved and early missed!

Visitation and Funeral Service

Visitation will be 10 a.m. followed by funeral services at 11 a.m., Tuesday, July 7, 2020 at the First Baptist Church of Mission, 5641 Outlook St., Mission, KS. Burial will follow in Johnson County Memorial Gardens. Services will be broadcast on Facebook Live First Baptist of Mission Facebook page


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Posted in Kansas City Obituaries, Obituaries | on Thursday, Jul. 2nd 2020 | 8 Comments »

8 Comments on “Edna Marie Taylor”

  1. Kevin Qu Says:

    Hi Jim, We are so sorry hearing Edna passed away. Our prayers are with you and your family. May her have peace with dear heavenly father. You stay safe and healthy.

    Kevin Qu from Flying Club.

  2. Ray and Raylene Green Says:

    Mr. Taylor. We are so sorry to hear about Edna. Even though we haven’t seen you and Edna much in the passing years we want you to know how much she and you have meant to us. You made Sherrie and I feel welcome when we moved to Kansas City. We will never forget all things you and Edna did for us. The water skiing, plane rides, Sunday school classes and everything else. Visiting Raylene’s mom, and making her feel better. We can never thank you enough. We love you.

  3. Dominique Schreurs Says:

    My sincere condolences to Jim and the whole family.

    I know Jim and Edna from their great services at ARFTG conferences for many years. Edna was always very supportive and helping out with whatever she could contribute to. I picture her again at the ARFTG registration desk and ExCom meetings.

    My prayers are with you.

    Dominique Schreurs
    ARFTG Past President

  4. David J Hass Says:

    Sorry to hear about Edna, Jim. I really enjoyed seeing her at all our rehearsals and concerts! She was a great addition to the orchestra!
    I’m praying for you both!
    David Hass, Overland Park Orchestra

  5. Michael Davidson Says:

    Deer Jim

    So sorry to hear about Edna’s passing. I will watch her funeral on Facebook tomorrow wishing I could be there in person but we are under a total quarantine here and I can’t leave this building.

    After reading her obituary I know you two had an amazing life together. I did not know about you two flying. That must have been wonderful. Of course I can picture her at our rehearsals snd video taping our concerts. and I thank you for giving me dvds of them over the years

    God bless you and your family and I hope to see you soon at our next Overland Park Orchestra rehearsal.

    Fondly

    Michael

  6. Roy Messick Says:

    Jim, so sorry to hear about Edna’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  7. Fanny Hurtado McFadden Says:

    Dear Brother Jim:

    Our hearts are very sad because Sister Edna passed away. Our sincere condolences to you and all your family. You are in our prayers. We love you so much.

    The Lord is in control.

    “Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints.” Psalm 116:15

  8. Monica chen Says:

    Dearest Jim
    So sorry to hear of ednas homegoing. Yes she will be missed. I know you will miss her most but she is in heaven. Prayers are with you and God will help you get through all of this. Happy to know you will still be with overland park orchestra. Prayers with you✝️
    Monica chen
    Who sits behind you in overland park orchestra.
    Philippians 4:13

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