July 15, 1922 - August 9, 2018
Betty Lorraine Mahood Taylor was born to Harvey Erwin Mahood and Ruby Dorton Mahood in July of 1922. Betty passed away on August 9, 2018 at the age of 96. She spent her childhood in the Seattle and Everett area, graduating from Everett High School in 1940. She married Armond Clark Taylor in April of 1941 and began her life of being a wife and homemaker. She added the title of Mom with the birth of her 4 daughters. She and Armond spent most of their married life moving every 3 years. They retired in Boise Idaho and lived there until Armond’s death in 2011. They were married for 70 years. She relocated to Moses Lake to be near family. Betty loved cooking, sewing, and taking care of her family. She was a devoted member of the American Baptist Church and loved the time she spent working with the Bible Study Fellowship. Betty loved when her family could gather together where she could enjoy her 8 grandchildren and then later her 10 great grandchildren. She loved going to the Pacific Ocean, especially to Cannon Beach, Oregon. Betty loved to read and a weekly trip to the library was part of her routine. Until her later years, Betty liked to walk each day. She is survived by her daughters Nicole Knapp, Julie Lewis, and Kathleen Griffen and her sister, Sharon Rochelle Fries. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Lorraine Rollins Peuschal and Armond. The family wishes to thank Brookdale Assisted Care and Hospice for helping to care for Betty. There will be a private gathering of her family for a celebration of her life.
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