Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Clark William Taylor 1911-1997 Florence Mary Munn 1912-2001

Clark William Taylor
Clark William Taylor
Born 4 Aug 1911 Plain City, Weber, Utah
Parents: Charles Ezra Taylor and Lillias Grieve
Served in WW2 in the Navy
Occupations: 1940: Construction, Ranch Foreman (Nevada) Independent Trucker, Carpenter's Union, Building Inspector
Married Florence Mary Munn 28 May 1931 Ogden, Weber, Utah
Final address: 3890 Orchard Ave, Ogden, Utah 84403
Died 25 Nov 1997 Ogden, Ogden, Utah
Buried Aultorest Memorial Park, Ogden, Weber, Utah
Note: Rose Hill Section, Lot 124, Grave 3
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Marriage: Utah Marriages 1887-1966 Film 1324690 cn7722 page 590 no. P
Obituary from Ogden Standard Examiner
Funeral Program
Navy:  Utah Military Records 1861-1970
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Note:  Address given:  41-A Victory Rd, Washington Terrace, Ogden, Utah
LDS Church deceased membership record
Social Security Death Index
1920 US Census for Plain City, Weber, Utah page 5B (age 8)
1930 US Census for Plain City, Weber, Utah page 5B (age 18)
1940 US Census for Plain City, Weber, Utah (age 28)

Florence Mary Munn
Florence Mary Munn
Born 23 Jan 1912 Hooper, Davis, Utah
Parents: Robert Ingersol Munn and Verna Belle Harris
Graduated Cum Laude from Weber State College 1 Jun 1964
Occupation: Elementary school teacher (2nd grade) for 20 years
Died 13 Sep 2001 at her daughter's home in Ogden, Weber, Utah
Buried 19 Sep 2001 Aultorest Memorial Park, Ogden, Weber, Utah
Note: Rose Hill Section, Lot 124, Grave 4
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Obituary
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LDS Church deceased membership record
Social Security Death Index
1920 US Census for South Hooper, Davis, Utah page 10B (age 7)
1930 US Census for West Point Davis, Utah page 1B (age 18)
1940 US Census for Plain City, Weber, Utah (age 28)


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Picture of headstone:  http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=55712825



CHILDREN
50th wedding Anniversary Picture 1981

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Judge Stanton Munn Taylor
Judge Stanton Munn Taylor
Born 16 Dec 1937 Ogden, Weber, Utah
Education Weber High School, Weber State College, University of Utah (Bachelor's Degree and Doctorate of Law)
LDS Mission:  Eastern States
Occupation Lawyer (1965)
Judge in Ogden City (1973)
Circuit Court Judge (1978)
State District Court Judge (1988)
Retired in 2003, but served as a Senior Judge until a few months prior to his death.
Married Shirley Stowers 15 Dec 1961 Salt Lake City LDS Temple, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
Children:  All living
Died 29 Jul 2012 Ogden, Weber, Utah (Cancer)
Buried 3 Aug 2012 Ben Lomond Cemetery, Ogden, Weber, Utah
Obituary:
Ogden – The Honorable Judge Stanton M Taylor, 74, passed away peacefully at home on July 29, 2012 from cancer.

Stanton was born December 16, 1937, in Ogden, Utah, son of Clark W. and Florence Munn Taylor. He graduated from Weber High School and attended Weber state college with a football scholarship. Following missionary service to the Eastern States mission he returned to attend the University of Utah, where he was active in both athletics and student government. He finished his Bachelor's degree, the completed a Doctorate of Law.

Stanton married the love of his life, Shirley Ann Stowers, on December 15, 1961 in the Salt Lake Temple.

Stanton was admitted to the State Bar in 1965, and was appointed an Ogden City court judge in 1973. He was then named to the Circuit Court in 1978 and the State District Court in 1988. He retired in 2003 after 30 years on the bench, but continued working as a Senior Judge until a few months prior to his death.

Judge Taylor had the opportunity to serve in many community positions during his career, including President of the Weber Bar Association, President of the City Judges Association and Circuit Judges Association. He served as chairman of the District Court Board of Judges, served two terms on the Utah Judicial Council, and as a board member and chair for Weber Mental Health. He was chairman of the board of directors for Weber Human Services. He was an instructor of business law for Steven's Henagar College, lecturer and group leader for the National Judicial College, frequent lecturer to the Justice Court system for the State of Utah, and frequent speaker at schools and Utah Boys State.

He was an active member of the LDS Church and served in a variety of leadership, service, and teaching positions, including 5 bishoprics; though teaching the youth was always his favorite calling.

Stanton is survived by two sons and two daughters, Scott (Carolyn), Blake (Michelle), Kristy (Dwaine) Haws, Tara (Reed) Peterson; 11 grandchildren; two brothers, Blaine (Sylvia) and Robert (Jacque) and one sister, Sue (Dale) Butcher.

He was preceded in death by his parents, his beloved wife, and his grandson Taylor Haws.

Funeral services will be held Friday, August 3, 2012 at 11 a.m. at the Shadow Valley Ward Chapel, 5191 Old Post Rd. Friends and family may call on Thursday, August 2nd at Myers Ogden Mortuary, 845 Washington Blvd. from 6 to 8 p.m and Friday at the church from 9 to 10:15. Interment, Ben Lomond Cemetery.

The family wishes to express sincere gratitude to those who have served Stanton so compassionately; especially friends, family and neighbors, Dr. Johnson and his staff, and the compassionate workers from IHC Hospice.

In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to the Utah Multiple Sclerosis Society or to the LDS Humanitarian Fund.

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