Perhaps the most descriptive word for Nedra is “extraordinary” … in her character, faith, devotion, compassion and especially creativity. Mrs. Taylor became beloved as a sixth-grade teacher for 18 years at Burton Elementary School in Kaysville. At Weber State University she was graduated and honored as the top student in the Elementary Education Program. Her yearly exhibits of student art, science projects, and music programs are legend. She was recognized as a Davis District “Teacher of the Year” and also chosen as a KSL Radio featured teacher.\n\nHer quiet strength, desire to serve and genuine love for everyone she met blessed the lives of her family and friends. She spent her life devoted to the service and comfort of others. She leaves a legacy of faith.\n\nCancer shortened her career and her marriage of 60 years to Jesse (Jay) Taylor. Both of Payson, Utah, Nedra grew up on Halvan and Lula’s FarrUte Dairy Farm. They were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple and their honeymoon in San Diego lasted 17 years before continuing in Farmington, Utah for 43 years in the same house. Michelle (Mark West), Brett (Donna), Stuart (Becci), Jared (Michelle), Tasha (David Parke), were all born in San Diego. Cal (Gena), short for California, was her only Utah baby.\n\nA walk-by viewing and celebration will be held on the shady Taylor backyard patio Tuesday, August 4, 2020, 7:00 – 9:30 pm, 1739 North 1500 West Oakridge Drive, Farmington. Precautions have been addressed. Parking is requested in the rear. Front address is 1493 Cheever Ln.\n\nBurial will be in Payson, Utah Cemetery at 11:00 am on Wednesday, August 5. Following interment service Nedra’s husband Jay and the six families will display their memories and greet relatives from Utah County.