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Obituary for Edith G Hazelrigg

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Edith G Hazelrigg

September 29, 1919 - September 2, 2011

Edith Gertrude Nicholls Hazelrigg1919 – 2011She was born in Salt Lake City to Katherine Grace Sweeney and Archibald Nicholls on September 29, 1919. She was married to Arthur Francis Hazelrigg on August 22, 1937. They married again in the church of Lady of Guadalupe by Father James E. Collins on August 7th, 1949. She is survived by 3 of her children, Arthur Lance Hazelrigg, James Jay Hazelrigg, and Joan Loreene Turner (William). She was preceded in death by her daughter, Patricia M. Harrison, mother of her oldest granddaughter, Kelley P. Loevlie (Thomas). She has three other grandchildren; Jaynee Cardoza; Nanette Beliar and Edward J. Mooseman. She has 8 great grandchildren. She is an active member of the Holy Family Catholic Church. She worked at Hill Air Force Base in 1964 through 1986. The family would like to express their love and appreciation to the staffs of Mountain Ridge Assisted Living and Access Hospice, especially Kathy and Amber. The family wishes to express appreciation to John M. Hemmersmeire, M.D. of South Ogden Center for Family Medicine.In lieu of Flowers donations may be made to the Holy Family Catholic Church.Funeral Mass for Edith will be held Monday, September 12, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. at Holy Family Catholic Church, 1100 East 5550 South, Ogden. Cremation under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary.Online condolences may be sent to the family at


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Date: Monday, September 12, 2011

Time: 10:00 am -

Holy Family Catholic Church


1100 East 5550 South, , Ogden, UT,

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Born: September 29, 1919
Died: September 2, 2011

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Debbie McAllister posted on 9/17/11

I met Edith at Mountain Ridge Assisted Living as part of their animal therapy program. I go twice a month with my Golden Retriever "Carly" and my Black Lab "Halima". It was a joy for me to spend time with Edith. She would light up when she saw my dogs. Her smile was contagious to those around her. There was no doubt that she enjoyed our visits and her love for dogs was quite apparent. We will miss her! As I am sure she will be missed by many! I am very sorry for your loss!Debbie


Roberta Sweeney, Anchor posted on 9/17/11

My thoughts are with you in the passing of your Mother. You were a true son and support to her. God's blessings be with you.


Gay J. Hawkins posted on 9/12/11

Dear Art, thinking of you on this difficult day, want you to know that you are admired for the love and dedicated care that you gave your Mother. My sincere condolences. Gay J. Hawkins


Brtty Jo Ovard posted on 9/9/11

Our hearts go out to you at this time. Thinking of you and Pati. Missing both Edith and PatiLove,Betty Jo and LeAnn