County is Saddened by Death of Enid Blazzard Sunday Night
All of Summit County was greatly saddened Sunday evening by news of the sudden and untimely death of Enid Blazzard, wife of Ward Blazzard of Kamas and one of the best-known and best-loved residents of the Kamas Valley.
Mrs. Blazzard had suffered with headaches, and recently went through a Salt Lake City clinic which failed to find serious trouble. However, her health deteriorated and she visited the Summit County hospital, returned home and then re-entered the hospital.
Her death at the hospital Sunday evening was caused by pneumonia, with complications.
Enid Blazzard was a woman of great charm, great strength of character. She has a warm and friendly personality which endeared her to all with whom she came in contact, and she was undoubtedly the best-loved person in the Kamas Valley. Sincere sympathy of the community extended to her husband and family.
Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, in the Kamas Ward LDS Chapel, and burial was in the Fracis [sic] Cemetery.
End Maxine Hall Blazzard was born December 6, 1915, at Oakley, to Clyde A. and Nettie Stevens Hall. On October 5, 1934, she was married to Ward Blazzard at Coalville, and the marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple .
Civic and Church Worker
Mrs. Blazzard was president of the Kamas Valley – Lady Liona, active in the management of the Kamas-Woodland Telephone Co. and active in the affairs of the LDS church. She was a constant worker for everything good for her community, her home, her family.
Surviving besides her husband are one daughter, Mrs. Claude (Jane) Maxwell, of Kamas; her mother, of Oakley; a sister, Mrs. Sam (Beth) Wilde, of Oakley, and a brother, Calvin C. Hall, Denver, Colo.
(Newspaper clipping from the files of Laura Jane Maxwell.)