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Connie Carabine Parton, passed away, all too soon, on Good Friday, April 14, 1995.

She was born in Salt Lake City, April 28, 1934 to John R. and Ella LaVoun Carabine.Survived by her mother, Ella LaVoun Carabine, her brother, Robert B. Carabine and wife Sharon; two sons, Dan C. Bryant and wife Sue; Robert Hayes Parton; one daughter, Gina Bryant Haslam and husband Mark; seven grandchildren, uncles, aunts, cousins and nieces. Also survived by her long time companion Blair Malouf.

Special thanks to Dr. Knell and staff, with whom she worked for these many years and to Dr. Stanford and the staff at the University of Utah Hospital for their consideration and kindness.

If Connie could talk to us I am sure she would say:

Don't cry at my grave cause I won't be there

I'll be in the breeze that ruffles your hair.

I'll be in the sunshine I'll be in the snow

I'll be in the places where we used to go.

I'll be in your laughter and in funny things

I'll be in your shadow and there in your dreams.

I'll be in your greeting but not your goodbyes

I'll be in the reflection of your loving eyes.

I'll always be with you and I'll always care

So don't cry at my graveside cause I won't be there. (author not known)

Friends may call at Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, 3401 South Highland Drive, on Tuesday, April 18, 1995 from 1-2 p.m. with graveside services to follow at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.

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