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Annette Ellis (Taylor)

 Annette <I>Ellis</I> Taylor

Obituary for Annette Ellis Taylor

Annette Ellis Taylor born in Duchesne, Utah to remarkable parents Ramon & Rosanna Foy Ellis. She is the sister to Rodney Ellis (deceased), Gaylon (Ann) Ellis, and Jolene (Dennis) Mackay. Mother to Marcie (Richard) Burrill, Amy Allman(deceased), and Jamie (Jeff)Dumas. Nana to Alexandria, Kolton, Braxton, Jace, Marissa, Peyton, Justin, Jeffrey, Addysen, Jesse, Whitney, & Wyatt. Best friend of 48 years to Julie Horner. Her greatest joy in life was her children, grandchildren and their accomplishments. She was a wild one and loved to have fun. She served in many callings in the LDS church, Young Women's was probably her most favorite. She loved all of the youth in the neighborhood, church, and our friends. She took every teenager into her home and heart that she could. She thought of others and was very kind to those in need, always had an open door at her home for anyone that needed a listening ear, a bed to sleep in or a hot dinner. Her little notes to brighten other people’s days spread that sunshine she carried in her soul. Even through her health trials she kept everyone laughing. Every surgery she endured, she made sure the Doctors and Nurses were in stitches, telling jokes and entertaining. She never met a person who she didn’t leave an impression with. She was a lot like her Nana “Bright and Sassy”, kicking up her heals, dancing and singing all of our years growing up. She loved going to Duchesne and had a special closeness with Momma and Papa Foy, spending time at the ranch and riding horses. As Mom’s health declined she struggled with not being able to do everything she wanted to do, but she did what she could. She defied all that she was told she couldn’t do in this life; live past 5 years old, having children, working, definitely not live until she was 62 (not that she would want that shared with everyone). She crocheted blankets and afghans for her grandchildren, she started to oil paint and did beautiful work. She will be missed dearly by all those who every came in contact with her. Her shining star and hard work has just begun. She is happily reunited with her parents who she missed dearly, her brother she didn’t have the chance to meet, her Nana that she never stopped speaking of, her sweet daughter Amy, and her sweet angels Chase and Nevaeh. What a wonderful reunion they are having on the other side. We are grateful to know that we will see her again, and that she is at peace and happy. Special thanks to Christina and Kim from Aspire Hospice for the love and care they have given her. Please come celebrate her life at a Visitation held on Sunday June 5th from 6-8pm, held at Welby Hills 1st ward 9376 South 4000 West. Graveside services will be held Monday June 6th at 11am in Duchesne City Cemetery.

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06/10/16 10:54 PM #1    

Heidi Hilton (Post)

Annette seemed to always be smiling or laughing! We had many classes together at South and I can't remember ever seeing her in a bad mood. What a gentle heart...readiing a little about where she's been and what she's been up to, she hasn't changed much since High School.  R.I.P., Annette.

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