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Sally Ann Taylor

August 19, 1936 - June 4, 2014
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Sally Ann (Wiedenmann) Taylor, 77, of Kansas City, Missouri, passed away June 4, 2014 at St. Joseph Health Center. She was born August 19, 1936, which was one of the hottest summers on record, to Robert S. and Patsy Ruth Wiedenmann. Some of her descendants settled in the Westport area of Kansas City. Sally grew up in the South Kansas City/Martin City area. She attended Ruskin High School graduating in May of 1954. Sally married John David (JD) Taylor in January of 1956. JD and Sally had three boys together, Steve (1956), Mike (1957) and Gary (1962). JD and Sally bought one of the first houses in the Robandee neighborhood of South KC....
Sally Ann (Wiedenmann) Taylor, 77, of Kansas City, Missouri, passed away June 4, 2014 at St. Joseph Health Center. She was born August 19, 1936, which was one of the hottest summers on record, to Robert S. and Patsy Ruth Wiedenmann. Some of her descendants settled in the Westport area of Kansas City. Sally grew up in the South Kansas City/Martin City area. She attended Ruskin High School graduating in May of 1954.
Sally married John David (JD) Taylor in January of 1956. JD and Sally had three boys together, Steve (1956), Mike (1957) and Gary (1962). JD and Sally bought one of the first houses in the Robandee neighborhood of South KC. JD and Sally were member of the IKF and loved to race Go-Karts. They traveled the Midwest racing their Karts in such places as: Liberty, MO, Bonner Springs, KS, Wichita, KS, Garnett, KS, Colorado Springs, CO, Lincoln, NE, Tulsa, OK, and numerous other locations. Sally was a loving mother to her three children and housewife. She and JD owned Taylor's Hauling Service and Taylor's Hubcap-Junkyard Business.
Sally was an excellent cook. Some of her specialities were fried chicken and meatloaf. She also loved to work in her garden. She loved taking care of her home, where she enjoyed mowing and painting. Sally loved the KC Royals, KC Chiefs, KC Sporting, NASCAR, MU Tigers, NW Bearcats, and country music.
In May of 2007 Sally and JD were in a bad car wreck. While recuperating they lived in Raytown until they were able to return home. JD and Sally bought a motor home in the 1980s and loved traveling around the U.S. They enjoyed playing the slot machines, and were frequent visitors to the Flamingo-Isle of Capri.
Sally was an excellent Grandma to her two grandchildren Jonathan and Holly Taylor. She also was a Great-Grandma to Jaxon Duncan. Sally and JD were married for 57 years, he preceded her in death October 16, 2013. She was also preceded in death by her parents and one brother JC Wiedenmann. She is survived by her sons Steve (Susie), Mike, and Gary; one sister Judy Martley and two brothers Jerry and Bobby Wiedenmann. She is also survived by her two grandchildren, great-grandson, and many nieces and nephews.
Sally was well liked by all.
Memorial service will be held at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 10, at Mount Moriah & Freeman Funeral Home, 10507 Holmes Road, Kansas City, Missouri.
Arrangements under the direction of Mount Moriah & Freeman Funeral Home, Kansas City, MO.

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