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Bernadine Watts (Wiberg) Taylor

Born: Tue., Dec. 18, 1945
Died: Sat., Jan. 26, 2019


9:00 AM to 10:00 AM, Sat., Feb. 02, 2019
Location: Basin/Greybull LDS Church

Funeral Service

10:00 AM Sat., Feb. 02, 2019
Location: Basin/Greybull LDS Church

Interment following funeral service

Sat., Feb. 02, 2019
Location: Penrose Cemetery

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Bernadine Watts-Wiberg Taylor died at home on January 26th 2019.  She was reunited with her husband and God.

She was born in Lovell, Wyoming Dec. 18, 1945 to Ella Irene (Watts) and Roy Victor Wiberg.

She lived a happy and full life.

Bernadine lived in many places while she was growing up in the Big Horn Basin until her parents finally settled in Burlington, WY where she graduated in 1964.  She went to school to be an LPN and did part of her schooling in Denver.  Then graduated from  Casper College in 1973.  

She married Delmar C Taylor on January 12th 1973. They settled in Basin WY.  They had 4 children. Bernadine worked at Bonnie Blue Jackets and the Wyoming Retirement Center. She   retired from the WRC in 2007.

She was an entrepreneur with her own fabric shop called Bernadine’s Fabrics and Crafts.

She was a kind and loving person.  She always accepted all of her children’s friends. On numerous weekends she would find extra teenagers sleeping on the living room floor. In the mornings she would make them breakfast.  Many still look up to her as a second mother. She was the first person to offer help and always ready to help a neighbor in need.  She was very active in the LDS church, involved in her children’s activities and engaged in community youth functions.

She also loved her flower beds, garden and making quilts.  Bernadine could usually be found doing one of these hobbies depending on the time of year.  Many people over the years have received a quilt from her as a token of gratitude or just because she thought they would like it.  Bernadine was also famous for making beaded Christmas trees which she gave out at Christmas time.

Preceding her in death are her parents Roy Victor and Ella Irene, her half-brother Roy Wiberg and her husband Delmar.  She was survived by their four children, nine grandchildren and one great granddaughter. They are Carl and his wife Gina their three children Kiara, Delmar, Caleb, and their granddaughter Astra. Kitten and her two daughters Sabrina and Eva.  Diane and her husband Ben, step daughter Ashley, step son Ryan and sons Carl and Marshall. Son Thomas and his two dogs. Also many nieces and nephews that always loved spending time with their Aunt Bernadine.  

She was very much loved, generous, forgiving, wise, quirky, charming, an amazing mom and will be missed more than words can describe.

Funeral services will be held Feb. 2 at the LDS Church between Basin and Greybull. Viewing starts at 9 a.m. The services will start at 10 a.m. Graveside service and interment will follow at Penrose Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Save the Basin Gym in Delmar and Bernadine Taylor’s name.

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Gary and Ida Williams
   Posted Mon January 28, 2019
Bernadine was one of my very best friends when we both lived in Otto, Wyoming. She always had a smile on her face. Even though we didn't see each other very often since I moved away from Otto, I will miss her very much. As our birthdays were only a week apart we always kept in touch at least once a year!

   Posted Fri February 01, 2019
My sympathy for the loss of your Mother.
There is a wonderful hope give in the Bible where God will remember our dead loved ones and will bring them back to life on earth Jo 5:28,29. Ps 37:11,29
Soon God will wipe away all tears of sorrow and death and pain will be no more.
Rev 21:3,4
May you find comfort in these promises.

Fred N
   Posted Sat February 02, 2019
To the Family,
I am deeply sorry to hear of your loss. Losing my parent has been difficult for me.
However, I found this scripture helpful. It is what Jesus said at John5:28,29: “28Marvel not at this: for the hour is coming, in the which all that are in the graves shall hear his voice,29And shall come forth; they that have done good, unto the resurrection of life;”
Hopefully thinking about what these verses state can help your family during this time as it has for me.

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