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Obituary: Hazel Irene Barron

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Hazel Irene Barron, daughter of Steven Csoma and Mary Ann Bartfai, 20 days shy of her 84th birth-day, died peace-fully in her sleep practically at the stroke of midnight January 23, 2002 at the Draper Rehabilitation and Care Center. One of her last cognizant desires was to avoid the Olympics, and her wish was granted.

Preceded in death some four years before by her husband of over half a century, Johnny and Hazel can now look forward to a reunion that only those who are both on the other side of the veil can comprehend without hindrance. With the good work being accomplished, that meeting will be a lasting and happy one.

Thanks and appreciation is extended to the caregivers at the Care Center in Draper in behalf of Hazel, who helped her order the last few years of her life, and bring the relevance to her life that she no longer could.

Her sons John Stephen (Julie) and Gregory Phillip survive Hazel, as does her sister Helen Glassman of San

Antonio; her grandchildren Benjamin (Jennifer: Melanie), Mylinda, and Kathryn. A life long lover of cats, their offspring scattered amongst now unknown homes throughout the land survive her as well, as do the memories of family members who would oft gather together to enjoy meals so sumptuous a Hobbit's mouth would water if that were even possible, and enjoy her immaculately kept house and yard, where we would frequently reminisce of the big war and her duty at Dugway where she met Johnny and where in her free time she would take photographs of the pristine surroundings there, and of the horses whom she also dearly loved.

Services for immediate family members will be held at the Neil O'Donnell & Sons Mortuary. Interment will be at the Mt. Calvary Catholic Cemetery.