Our beautiful, beloved, and quirky Hannah Taylor (nod to the great James Taylor) Gottlob passed away on May 19, 2023. We are comforted knowing that she is with her sister Megan, who preceded her in death nearly 28 years ago.
Hannah fought for human rights, and consequently you will see her beauty wherever you look. She grew up in the mountains of Evergreen, Colorado and graduated from Evergreen High School. She was involved in theater and had a superb singing voice (especially in the shower…).
Hannah, AKA Hannah Banana, B, Bee, Miss Bee, could beat you hands down at any Harry Potter Trivia challenge, and was a whiz at jigsaw puzzles and axe throwing. She loved participating in crazy races, being outdoors and fly fishing with her family (but don’t ask her to actually kill a fish…); however, she had no problem being up to her elbows cleaning pheasants on the farm. She loved family traditions like Christmas ornaments, White Elephant exchanges, and any opportunity to be with her people, including her closest friends and the au pairs she grew up with.
Hannah was diagnosed with Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy in her late teens and, at age 30, had an epilepsy related accident that took her beautiful soul from this world. The weekend prior, she graduated from the University of Colorado Denver with a degree in Architecture and was on her way to designing our future with an amazing firm that truly believed in her. And, at 30 years old, she finally believed in herself.
Her memory and love continue through all those who were fortunate enough to know her. The world is now a better place because of Hannah!
Hannah is survived by her father Martin Gottlob, Las Vegas, Nv, her mother Patty Coughlin and husband Rick Marlette, Evergreen, Co, her sisters Jessica Lawrence and husband Pete, Louisville, Co, Jennifer Palmer, Kerrville, Tx, and her brother Joshua Gottlob and wife Ashley Warren, Littleton, Co. She is preceded in death by her sister Megan Palmer.
In Lieu of Flowers or Trees please make a donation to Epilepsy Foundation Of Colorado in memory of Hannah Taylor Gottlob
Saturday, May 27, 2023
The Timbervale Barn
Following Graveside Service. The Timbervale Barn next to 4128 Timbervale Drive. There is limited parking at the barn. There is parking near the mailboxes and the Hiwan Homestead Museum or along Cedar Cir with a short walk across the meadow. Please do not park along Timbervale Drive.