Obituary for \r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t Sue Wilson\n\n\r\n\t\t\t\tThelma Sue Taylor Wilson died peacefully at home on December 26, 2017, at the age of ninety-nine, in Santaquin, Utah. Born on November 13, 1918, in Lynden, Washington, she had music in her soul and she learned to play the piano and organ, skills she used throughout her life. Her family was taught by Mormon missionaries and she was baptized at the age of nine in the Icicle River in Leavenworth, Washington. Though raised a farm girl, Sue much preferred city life. As a late teenager she served as a nanny for a family in Los Angeles, California. As World War II raged abroad, she worked in Seattle, Washington, where she met Max Carlton Wilson. Max was a Utah boy who had served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Northwestern States Mission and had returned to Seattle to work for The Boeing Aircraft Company. They were sealed in the Cardston, Alberta Temple on September 16, 1942.\n\nWhile living in Seattle they had five sons. During her childrearing years she served in many church callings but most often she was the Ward organist. One could always tell Sacrament Meeting was about to begin when she played "As the Dew from Heaven Distilling".\n\nShe and Max moved to Provo, Utah in 1969 when he went back to Brigham Young University to complete his education. She lived in Utah enjoying music and genealogy work and indexed well over 100,000 names. She lived the last years of her life with her youngest son, Wally, where his wife, Janell took care of her with great kindness.\n\nSue is preceded in death by per parents, Francis Robert Taylor and Laura Stierlen, her younger sister, Wilma Irene Taylor Smith, and her husband, Max. She is survived by her younger brother, Nicholas Taylor and by her sons, Kelly Carlton Wilson (Laura), Bruce Jonathan Wilson (Marnae), Roger Max Wilson (Bonnie), Richard Karvel Wilson (Shelley) and Walter Blaine Wilson (Janell), thirty-six grandchildren and upwards of one hundred great-grandchildren.\n\nFuneral services will be held at 11:00 am on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 with a viewing beginning at 10:00 am, at Nelson Family Mortuary located at 4780 N. University Avenue, Provo, Utah, interment will be at Eastlawn Memorial Hills Cemetery, 4800 N 650 E, Provo.