Lelah Almeda Taber died at her Marina Peninsula home Thursday, May 27th. She was 84.
Known as “Liz” Taber, she was the widow of Lloyd W. Taber, one of the original lessees of Marina del Rey.
The County Marina del Rey Library is named for Lloyd W. Taber.
The Tabers moved to the Marina area about 1971 and to the Marina Peninsula in 1976.
Liz Taber was active in the California Yacht Club and a regular member of the yacht club’s Wednesday bridge group.
She was active and served as an officer of the Assistance League of Santa Monica. For years, she volunteered for the league’s thrift shop and other activities.
She was a longtime member of a local P.E.O. chapter before the chapter moved to San Diego many years ago.
She was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Santa Monica.
With her husband, Mrs. Taber was active in Marina del Rey lessees activities and participated in many of the social events of the Marina community.
She is survived by two daughters, Linda and Terri Taber.
Services for Liz Taber are planned at 3 p.m. Friday, June 4th, at the First United Methodist Church, 1008 St., Santa Monica.
The family suggests that those who wish to make memorials in the name of Liz Taber may make such memorials to the Friends of the Marina del Rey Library, which Mrs. Taber frequented.