Obituary – Hua, Dr. Marcia Kay (Taylor)

Dr. Marcia Kay (Taylor) Hua

Class of 1989

1989 Maroon Spotlight
Marcia Taylor

FHA (1); Band (2); TSA Secretary; JETS (2) Treas., Pres.; Who’s Who; Academic All-American, Honor Society; FCA.

Dr. Marcia Kay (Taylor) Hua

January 8, 1971 – March 16, 2000

Marcia Kay (Taylor) Hua, M.D., 29, Oklahoma City, died March 16, 2000, in Presbyterian Hospital in Oklahoma City, OK.

A Memorial Mass will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, March 25, 2000, at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Perry. Rev. Kevin Devlin will officiate.

Marcia Kay Taylor was born January 8, 1971, in Perry, OK, the daughter of John Marks and Kathy Marie (Frazier) Taylor. She and Thieu Le Hua were married June 4, 1994 and resided in Oklahoma City.

Marcia was reared in Perry, OK, where she attended Perry schools, and graduated in 1989. She played flute for the band, and was a member of the National Honor Society, Technology Students Association (TSA), and Junior Engineering Technical Society (JETS).

Marcia attended St. Gregory’s college and graduated cum laude in 1991. She attended Oklahoma State University and graduated in 1994 with a bachelor of science degree in zoology. Society memberships included Phi Kappa Phi.

After her marriage, Marcia Hua attended the school of medicine at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences and graduated in May 1998. She was accepted into the Family Practice Residency Program at the O.U. Health Sciences Center and completed with eight months of residency before becoming ill in March 1999.

Marcia enjoyed spending time with her friends and family, flower gardening, and cooking. She also loved a variety of music and especially enjoyed karaoke.

Survivors include her husband Thieu of Oklahoma City; her parents John and Kathy Taylor, Perry; one sister. Angela Taylor, Stillwater; and three brothers, Mark Taylor and his wife Molly Bowling, Tulsa, OK, Brian Taylor of Stillwater, and Derek Taylor of Perry; grandparents Hazel Gray Frazier, Perry, and John and Teresa Taylor, Disney, OK, and numerous cousins, aunts, and uncles.

Marcia was preceded in death by her grandfather Rayborn Frazier.

In lieu of flowers, the family has requested memorial contributions be made to the Marcia Kay Hua, M.D. Memorial, Department of Family Medicine, 900 N. E. 10th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73104.