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Ann Taggart Geary

September 17, 1956 — May 17, 2024


September 17, 1956–May 17, 2024

Beloved wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, and sister, Ann Taggart Geary, returned to her Heavenly Father on May 17, 2024 after a valiant battle with a rare blood disease. Her husband and children were by her side. 

Ann was born on September 17, 1956 in Ogden, Utah to Blaine and Susanna Taggart. She spent her formative years in Clearfield, Utah where she was active in dance, gymnastics, debate, choir, student government, diving and cheerleading, to name a few. 

Family was very important to Ann. They enjoyed camping and boating and anything involving water. They danced, played games, and sang together. 

Ann went to North Davis Junior High and then was a Clearfield Falcon. The summer between her junior and senior year, Ann was diagnosed with Spondyloslisthesis. She spent her senior year, 1975, cheerleading in a body cast. She also served on the Seminary Council. Ann was a friend to all and all sought her friendship. 

After high school, Ann attended Weber State College where she met newly returned missionary David Geary in Jack Steele’s Rapid Reading class. Soon they went on a date and decided that if they got married and had a son, Aaron was a good name. Thus began a love story for the ages. They were married for time and all eternity in the Ogden Temple on July 1, 1976. 

Motherhood was extremely important to Ann. When Aaron and Alisha started school Ann became a professional volunteer. She was PTA President at every school they attended. She was the Volunteer Auxillary President of Logan Regional Hospital and played a key role as Chair of the Summerfest Art Faire and Jazz Festival. She volunteered extensively and served on many boards including the Logan City School Board where she served for 28 years. 

Ann was a lifelong member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She was devoted to serving the Lord. She served as Primary President and Young Women’s President and influenced a whole generation of children and youth. With her sweetheart, she lead multiple youth activities. Her most cherished possession was her relationship with her Heavenly Father and His Son. 

Ann is survived by her husband of 47 years, David Geary, her two children Aaron(Brooke) and Alisha(Steve), her grandchildren Rylie, Mason, Bracken, Sydnie, Taylie, her parents Blaine and Susanna Taggart, and five siblings Kristi(Kent), Julie(Brent), Nate(Carolee), Karin(Eric) and Matt(Meredith). 

Funeral services will be held on Thursday May 23, 2024, at 12:00 pm—1pm at the Cache Stake Center, 280 West 1200 North, Logan, Utah. Friends may visit with the family on Wednesday May 22nd from 6-8 pm at Allen Hall Mortuary, 34 East Center, Logan, Utah and Thursday at the Cache Stake Center from 10-11:30 am. Interment, Smithfield Cemetery, Smithfield, Utah. 

The family would like to thank Logan Regional Intermountain Healthcare Cancer Center and the physicians and staff  of McKay Dee hospital. Ann loved flowers and plants; if you wish to send them please contact The Plant Peddler, they knew and loved Ann.

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