Jul 30, 2013 - StaffKim Taylor died Friday, July 26, 2013, at Wyoming Life Resource Center in Lander after spending 53 years at her home away from home. She was 56 years old.
A celebration of life will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 7, at the Wyoming Life Resource Center Chapel in Lander. Inurnment also will be at the Wyoming Life Resource Center.
Kimberly Taylor was born Dec. 8, 1956, in Thermopolis, the daughter of Ercil and H. Scott Taylor, who said they always appreciated the kind and loving patient care their daughter received throughout her life.
Her family said she was a gift from God and an angel to all who served her at the Life Resource Center.
She is survived by her brothers, Scott and his wife Jackie of Cheyenne and Weda and his wife Kathy of Thermopolis; sister Connie of Thermopolis; brother-in law Alan Taylor of Modesto, Calif.; two nieces; three nephews; and five great-nieces and great-nephews.
Kim was preceded in death by her parents, Ercil and H. Scott Taylor, and her sister Faye.
The Taylor family wishes to extend their gratitude to the individuals who cared for Ms. Taylor over the years and became her friends: Linda Plush, Marci Holford, Judy Hallam, Nancy Madrigal, Beth Shinn, Laurie Rise, Kay Thorson, Chris Haase, Kelly Nolan, Jennifer Coughanour, Donna Fenn, Tracy French, Karen Gunsch, Kathy Kowalik, Susan Marrington, Ann Nourse, Jeff Ruftz, Carol Tate, Mary Waldrep, Karen Matsen, Bard Hedge, Lorado Zerga, Linda Garcie, Sany Munday, Sharry Harvey, Donna Estep, Bill Melcolm, Perry Tonhazy,Barb Heileman, Theresa Circle, Lisa Berkey, Heidi Freeman, Michele Greer, Carey Needham, Linda Bindo, Judy Parks, Dotty Pierson, Carol Foster, Vicky Vinton, Tammy Watts, Tony Nolan, Dale Bird, Dr. Gilbertson, Dr. Hasan. Dr. Mosbrook, Bob Darr, therapy aides, librarians, Sharon Dearth, Max Maxfield, and others over the years who are not mentioned but had a part in her life.
Memorials may be made in Kimberly Taylor's name to the Wyoming Life Resource Center, 8204 Wyoming Highway 789, Lander, WY 82520.
Services are under the direction of Hudson's Funeral Home of Lander. An online guest book is available at www.HudsonsFuneralHome.com.
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