|Birth: ||Dec. 16, 1925|
|Death: ||Jan. 29, 1989|
Source: Tombstone, Sexton records, Newspaper Box Elder Journal obituary
Comments: Married Aug 12, 1950 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Ogden; newspaper: lists 63 years old, passed away at Brigham City Community Hospital after a short illness; educated in Box Elder County schools, lifelong resident of Corinne.
Relatives: Inez Duran Baltazar (Mother)
Pablo Baltazar (Father)
Bessie Reyna Baltazar (Spouse)
Freddie D. Baltazar Jr., John P. (Buddy) Baltazar, Yolanda (Mrs. Gerald) Medina, Robert P. Baltazar (Children)
Adolfo Baltazar, Mrs. Martina Santillano, Jessie (Mrs. Henry) Ordonez, Josephine (Mrs. Sam) Cardenas, Juanita Serna. (Sibling)
Fred Duran Baltazar, 63, of Corinne, Utah, died Sunday, January 29, 1989, in the Brigham City Community Hospital following a short illness.
He was born on December 16, 1925, in Corinne, Utah, a son of Pable and Inez Duran Baltazar.
He was educated in Box Elder County Schools and was a lifelong resident of Corinne, Utah.
He was a member of St Henry's Catholic Church.
On August 12, 1950 he married Bessie Reyna at St Joseph's Catholic Church in Ogden, Utah.
He had been employed by Hill Air Force Base for 37 years, retiring in 1982. At the time of his death, he was the City Maintenance Man for Corinne City. He loved his family, the outdoors and was a dedicated citizen of his town. He served for three terms as a City Councilman and was instrumental in establishing the Corinne City Basketball Diamond and Ice Skating Rink.
Survivors include his wife of Corinne, Utah; two sons, Fred D Baltazar, Jr, Cocoa Beach, Florida; John P Baltazar, Corinne, Utah; one daughter, Mrs Gerald (Yolanda) Medina, Pleasant View, Utah; two grandsons and one granddaughter.
He was preceded in death by a son, Robert P Baltazar.
Burial was held in the Corinne Cemetery, Corinne, Utah.
Robert P. Baltazar (1952 - 1979)*
Box Elder County
Created by: Burt
Record added: Aug 06, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 74507697
I worked with Fred in the Grinding Unit at Hill Field 1974 to 1978.Today is July 4th 2015 and, because of this Patriotic Day I remembered Fred.He was always the Nicest Guy!And I remember he always dressed real sharp at work, with dress slacks and a fresh ...(Read more)|
Added: Jul. 4, 2015