Mildred Tasker Tallant


Mildred Tasker Tallant


Tallant, Mildred pic cropMildred Tasker Tallant, 95, of Edmond, OK passed away peacefully on November 19, 2013 in Oklahoma City. She was born October 17, 1918 in Bixby, OK to Edwin L. and Lida (Anderson) Tasker. Mildred graduated from OSU with a degree in business administration and later worked as an assistant for Dresser Industries in Oklahoma City. She met and married her beloved husband, William Barrett Tallant on November 27, 1946 in which they shared many wonderful years. Mildred greatly enjoyed her membership in several different organizations including Chapter ES, P.E.O., Daughters of the American Revolution, Cambridge Club, Ladies Music Club, Orchestra League and the Red Bud Women’s Club. In addition, she also volunteered regularly with the Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary. She was a member of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Edmond and was an Edmond resident since 1946. Mildred was preceded in death by her parents; husband, William; sister, Roberta Schulze; and brothers, George and James Dean Tasker. She is survived by numerous friends she had made throughout her lifetime. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary or a charity of your choice. Graveside services for Mildred will be held at 10:00 AM Tuesday, November 26, 2013 at Memorial Park Cemetery in Oklahoma City. Services are under the direction of Matthews Funeral Home, Edmond.

3 thoughts on “Mildred Tasker Tallant”

  1. The last time that I saw Mildred, I was returning a book that she had loaned to me written by her husband Bill’s Co-Pilot in WWII. She pointed out all the photos of Bill and the passages containing stories about him. Her peaceful countenance taught me that Love Endures. She was a true blessing to me and to our P.E.O. Sisterhood.

  2. Olivia Townsend

    I had the pleasure of meeting Mildred or “Millie” (as we liked to call her) as her nurse at Epworth Villa. I truly enjoyed the few years I was allowed to spend getting to know her and caring for her. She was always a joy and never hesitated to give me a hug and a smile. I feel blessed to have known her and she will be sorely missed. We love you Millie and miss you so very much.

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