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Mary Sue (Miller) Taulbee
                                   October 3, 1949 -- June 18, 2014

Mary Sue (Miller) Taulbee, 64, of Elkhart, died at 11:38 pm on Wednesday,
June 18, at her residence after a courageous battle with cancer. She was
born on October 3, 1949 in Goshen, to Oba and Fannie (Miller) Miller. On
August 28, 1982 in Middlebury, she married Robert "Bob" Taulbee, he
survives. Survivors in addition to her husband are daughter, Stacy Kenaga of
Houston, TX; two sisters, Laura (Mahlon) Gingerich of Spooner, WI, her twin
Sara Lou (John) Miller of Cochranton, PA; two brothers, Alvin (Barbara) Miller
of Goshen, Clarence (Ann) Miller of Leo. She was preceded in death by her
parents and a brother, Jonas Miller. Mary was a 1968 graduate of Middlebury
High School and had worked for the Elkhart County Probation Department
for 36 years. She enjoyed scrapbooking, traveling and spending time with
family and friends. Visitation will be from 9:00 - 11:00 am on Saturday June
21, followed by a funeral service at 11:00 am at Miller-Stewart Funeral Home,
1003 S. Main St, Middlebury. Services will be conducted by Rev. Eldon
Stoltzfus. Burial will be in Clinton Union Cemetery, Goshen. Memorials may
be given to the Miracle League.  



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Friends for 50 years!  Her long battle with cancer was hard to watch!
My condolences to all that loved her!  Heaven and those that passed before
her are now celebrating her arrival!
Rip dear friend!
From:  Nadine and Bob Brewster
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Mary always had a smile on her face and love in her heart. She will be greatly
missed. Love and Blessings to her family and friends.
From: Gary and Julie Davis
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My heart goes out to Mary's family at this time.  She and I worked together a
few years ago, and she was a pleasure to work with.  My prayers are with all
of you.
From: Betty Drust
                                         
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Our thoughts and prayers are with you. You have been the best neighbors a
person can have. Your influence has touched our lives in beautiful ways.
From: The Hirschy's