L. DeWight Bazzell Aug. 3, 1933 – July 1, 2022
It is with a heavy heart and a tremendous sorrow for me and family to share the passing of my most beloved husband, my best friend, the love of my life, and partner.
Leaving behind his wife of 43 years, Angie Charlton, his son Kevin (wife Julie), his granddaughter, Samantha Bazzell, stepdaughter Ginger Eisen, stepson David Charlton (wife Jennifer), stepdaughters Crystal Charlton Gehrmann and Angelina Charlton. Brother Rick Bazzell (wife Vonita), numerous other step-grandchildren, many nieces and nephews.
Your spirit fled in the night unto a new journey; a journey to be in the house of our Father in Heaven. You were the best blessing in my life; I shall treasure the LOVE that we had in this life forever.
DeWight (Bazz, as he was known by) was the most humble, incredible person, known for his integrity, graciousness, respectful in every sense, honest, trustworthy, hardworking, responsible, helpful and patient. His integrity also extended to professional areas of work such as decision-making, interacting with colleagues and valuing other people by showing respect. He was a “THANK YOU” man.
Our family thank all our friends and other family members who have reached out to us with their love, support and prayers.
Goodbye is never forever because of LOVE. You are now in God’s Garden, until we meet again, because we can rely on HIS Faithfulness!
Sunflowers follow the sun’s light when it’s a cloudy, rainy day. They turn toward each other to share their energy … we were the sunflowers in each other’s lives.
The family extends a heartfelt thank you to Rivera’s Family Funeral & Cremation, 305 Calle Salazar in Española, NM for taking care of our loved one and for caring for our family, too … Thank you Amber at Rivera’s for your compassion and helpfulness through this.
Thank you Los Alamos Visiting Nurses/Hospice nurses for your kindness and care.