Marilyn Taylor Hadley\n2/19/1933- 3/22/2022\n\nMarilyn Rae Taylor Hadley was a wonderful mother, sister, grandmother and great grandmother. She died peacefully at her home in West Jordan, Utah where she resided for the past 25 years. She was born on the 19th of February 1933 to Vaughn Holding Taylor and Ivy Olwyn Morgan Taylor in Salt Lake City, Utah. She was the oldest of six children and graduated from South High School. After high school she married Clarence Dee Hadley and later divorced after 30 years of marriage. Dee joined the US Navy which brought the newlyweds to Astoria, Oregon where they gave birth to their first child, Sue. Sometime after living in Oregon Dee left to serve overseas and Marilyn thought it would be best to return to Salt Lake. After Dee returned from his overseas duty and being done with the Navy, he returned to Salt Lake City to rejoin his family. Sometime after moving back, they had their son Mike. Dee got a job with Chevron Oil which took them to Cedar City, UT where they had their third child, Scott. While Cedar City was great, they found a better alternative and moved closer to family in Provo, Utah but eventually ended up returning even closer to home where she was born in Salt Lake City. Upon returning to Salt Lake, they had their final child, Michelle. Marilyn worked for many years as secretary in the family business, Hadley & Sons. She was a very successful businesswoman for the company. \n\nShe was always an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. She loved serving in the Primary and other callings in the Relief Society. She had a strong Testimony of Heavenly Father and the Savior. Wherever she lived she had a passion for singing in the choir at her church. One of her greatest devotions was to make Christmas stockings for all her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, always making sure no one missed out. As she slowed down into her later years, she was able to work at the Jordan River Temple.\n\nMarilyn was an amazing gardener if you asked anyone. She had an entire acre which she would spend her time growing vegetables of every kind. She owned chickens, ducks, rabbits and turkeys . She always had a dog to tend by her side. \n\nMarilyn is survived by her children, Sue Ernsten (Terry), Beverly Hadley (daughter-in-law to late son Mike), Scott Hadley (Cindy), Michelle Bills (Dave); her youngest sister Marge Barlow in Las Vegas, NV, her brother-in-law Bob Marz in Ogden, UT, and her sister-in-law Pam Taylor in Murray, UT. Marilyn has 13 grandchildren, 36 great-grandchildren with one on the way. She was preceded in death by her parents Vaughn and Ivy, her sister Sharon Taylor, her brothers Howard and Leonard Taylor, her sister Pat Marz and her first-born son Michael D. Hadley. \n\nFuneral services will be held Saturday, March 26th, 2022, at the Willow Grove Ward: 1949 W. 9000 S. West Jordan, UT at 11:00 A.M. Viewing will be held at 10:00 A.M. prior to the service. She will be laid to rest in the Salt Lake City Cemetery. \n\nSpecial thanks to the family of Justin Ford of Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary in South Jordan, UT. Another big thanks to Sarah Boss and team at Elevation Care Hospice for Mom’s care.