Wilbur Lee Taylor, 82, of Marshall passed away Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018 in Union Hospital at Terre Haute, IN. He was a retired truck driver from Teamster’s Local #144 of Terre Haute, IN. Over the many years of his truck driving career, he drove for Clark Co. Metal Products, Mason-Dixon and Big Creek Forestry and Logging. Wilbur was born August 8, 1936 rural Martinsville, IL, the son of George and Ruby Goodwin Taylor. He married Marylin Clatfelter on Sept. 24, 1963 at the Snyder Methodist Church, rural West Union, IL. Surviving are his wife, Marylin; a daughter Elizabeth Maurer and her fiancée Frank Medsker of Marshall; a son, Anthony Taylor of San Antonio, TX; step daughters, Carol Martin and her husband Jim of Springfield, IL and Connie Tyler of San Antonio, TX; step son, Mark Kuhn and wife Karen of Heyworth, IL; grandchildren, Taylor Maurer of Marshall, IL, Chris Taylor, Katie Taylor, Brittany Taylor and Michael Taylor all of North Carolina; step grandchildren, Neil Martin of Springfield, IL, Zachary Martin of Springfield, IL, Brenda McCain, Alan McKimmy, Sean McKimmy all of Bloomington, IL, and Mike McKimmy of Heyworth, IL; two great grandchildren; two sisters, Imogene Delp and Linda Murphy of Marshall, IL; brothers, George Taylor of Marshall, IL and Jim Taylor of Martinsville, IL and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Della Mae Birchfield. Wilbur proudly served his country as a US Marine. He was a member of Clark Co. Post #90 where he had served as commander and on the board. He enjoyed golfing with his many friends and was known for never meeting a stranger. He was an avid supporter of the St. Louis Cardinals and was a true and loyal fan of Marshall Lions Football and Basketball and also rarely missed a game whether at home or on the road. Services in honor of his life will be 11:00 AM Wednesday at Pearce Funeral Home with Pastor David Wilson officiating. Burial will be in the Marshall Cemetery with military graveside rites conducted by VFW Post #5975 and Clark Co. Post #90 of the American Legion. Visitation will be 4-7 PM Tuesday at the funeral home. For those desiring, memorial contributions may be made to the Marshall High School Golf Program. Online condolences are being accepted at pearcefuneralservices.com.