A Sacred Moment


Marilyn Ann Wehr

October 3, 1929 - February 19, 2019


To The World She Was A Mother,
To Her Family She Was The World…

Marilyn Ann Harrison Taylor George Wehr opened the door and walked into her next room of life, with a huge smile on her face, on February 19, 2019.  Her daughters were at her side and her final words were, “Oh, I’m so cozy!”

Marilyn was born in Pt. Angeles on October 3, 1929.  She attended Pt. Angeles schools and Holy Names Academy.

She married Raymond Taylor in 1949 and they had 6 children they raised in Seattle until they moved to Warm Beach in April 1972.  December 1, 1972 Ray drowned.  Marilyn then went to work at the Warm Beach conference Center. She later met and married Bob George.  Then she worked as s bus driver the Stanwood School District.  Marilyn and Bob had many adventures and travels.  After Bob’s death, Marilyn met and married Lonnie Wehr and enjoyed several years of fun and love with him.  Marilyn was lucky enough to have 3 loving husbands all of whom she adored and loved and had unique relationships with.

Marilyn has a group of girlfriends she has been getting together with once a month since1948.  They called themselves, The Sewing Club.  These women were in each other’s weddings, shared their joys and sorrows of child raising, and loved each other dearlyMarilyn loved playing Pinochle.   She cherished her friendships with the people she met at each facility she attended.  When she was unable to dive on her owns she was so appreciative of the kindness and considerations others showed her in transportation and comfort care so she could enjoy doing the things she loved most.

Auntie “M” also had an extremely unique relationship with the children of her only brother, Harmon.  She deeply loved them like her own children.  Tom, Jean, Ruth, Susan, Carole, Janet, and Bob.

 Marilyn was proceeded in death by her first son Lynn Michael Taylor, her mother Greta who she lost at the age of 3, and her 3 wonderful, fun, loving husbands… Ray Taylor, Bob George, and Lonnie Wehr. 

Marilyn was generous and kind.  To know her was to love her.  She had a sense of humor and an open mind of “Anything Goes”!  Marilyn wanted all her dear friends to know, “As much as you love me, I love you that much too”.  She endeared herself to many people.  Many of whom when told of her passing said, “She was my best friend”.

The family would like to express a heartfelt THANK YOU to Dr. Chunchu and her assistant Laura of the Everett Clinic for their years of good loving care.  Thank you Dr. Chunchu for giving our mom the gift of peace and letting her know…. It is o.k. to say STOP.

Thank you mom for being the most awesome mom in the world. Thank you for letting us know that when you leave us here… You Will Be Resting Over The Rainbow.

There will be a celebration of Marilyn’s life at the Stillaguamish Senior Center on Sunday, March 3, at 1pm.

In lieu of flowers please make memorial donations to Wigs For Kids at www.wigsforkids.org.Phone number 440-333-4433.



A celebration of Marilyn’s life will be held on:

Sunday, March 3, at 1pm at:

Stillaguamish Senior Center
18308 Smokey Point Blvd, Arlington, WA 98223

See the map below.


In lieu of flowers please make memorial donations to:

Wigs For Kids, 440-333-4433



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