Most people would like to be remembered for something positive.
Such is the case with Emily Taber, who died this week just short of her 100th birthday.
Surely she was aware she would be remembered by Baker County mostly for her efforts to bring a library to what was, well, a library-less community. A Baker County commission decades ago did just that, naming the county’s library in the old courthouse for Mrs. Taber.
She once said what mattered most to her wasn’t the fact that her name was attached to the library, but that Baker County had dedicated an historic building that housed a library. She truly believed that, but those who knew her believe she was quite appreciative of the honor nonetheless.