Ida June (Judy) Taylor
”1928 - 2016”

    Ida June (Judy) Taylor

    Ida June (Judy) Taylor
    Pawhuska resident Ida June (Judy) Taylor passed away Wednesday, November 9, 2016
    in the OSU Medical Center, Tulsa, OK. She was 88 years old.
    Judy was born June 7, 1928 in Barnsdall, OK, the daughter of John K. and Dossie (Betten) Davis.
    On November 3, 1946, she married James Elbert (Cotton) Taylor in Sedan, KS.
    He preceded her in death December 25, 2003. Judy had worked for the State Employment office
    and serviced on the Board of Directors for the American Red Cross.
    She worked tirelessly for many years with the Osage County Historical Society,
    serving in many capacities. In October of 2009, the Board of Directors
    of the OCHS prepared a Resolution bestowing the title of President Emeritus upon
    Judy in recognition of her work.
    Likewise, the City of Pawhuska issued a Proclamation in recognition of her lifelong
    contribution to the preservation of
    Osage County history. She was a member of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church of Pawhuska.
    Surviving are: Her four daughters: Barbara Pease, Jamie McLain, Jo West, Nancy Lewis and husband, Don;
    Her son: James A. Taylor, Sr., and wife, Debbie;
    Ten grandchildren and 28 great grandchildren. In addition to her husband,
    Judy was preceded in death by her parents, two grandsons, one great grandchild and
    siblings Everett Davis, Dorothy Hartness, Francis Bighorse, Elia Young, Jennie King, John Davis,
    Joy Shanks, Rosalie Tanner, Louis (Red) Davis and Jeanne Morgan.
    Judy will lie in state at the Indian Camp Chapel, Pawhuska. Rosary will be recited on Monday,
    November 14, 7:00PM, at the Chapel. Mass will be Tuesday, November 15, 10:00AM, at the
    Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Pawhuska. Father Sean Donovan will officiate.
    Interment will be in the Pawhuska City Cemetery.
    McCartney's Johnson Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
    Resource:McCartney's Johnson Funeral Home FaceBook page

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