|Birth: ||Oct. 26, 1902|
|Death: ||Aug. 14, 1979|
GEORGETOWN — Naomi Hayes Bacon, 76, died Tuesday, August 14, at Caribou Memorial Hospital. She was born October 26, 1902, in Wardboro, to Arthur Edward and Marantha Briscoe Haddock. She married Horace A Hayes March 10, 1921 in the Logan LDS Temple Hayes died December 29, 1943 She later married Owen Bacon May 9, 1946, in the Idaho Falls Temple Bacon died December 10, 1973. Mrs. Bacon lived in Georgetown since moving there in 1921. She had been employed at the Post Office and Sleight Cash Store from 1944 until retiring in 1973. She was a member of the Georgetown LDS Ward where she served as president of the Relief Society and had been very active in the various organizations of the ward. She had also been an active temple worker. She was noted for her handiwork and crafts. Survivors include two sons and five daughters, Loran A. Hayes and Rex Hayes, both Soda Springs, Mrs. Ann Barkdull and Mrs. James (Blanche)Smith, both Georgetown; Mrs. Lloyd (Alice) Hansen, Mrs Hyrum (Ramona) Weighall, and Mrs Carroll (Janiece) Hildreth, all Soda Springs, one brother and one sister, Loyal Haddock, Tucson, Ariz., and Mrs.
Bryan (Lorna) Haddock, Blooming ton; 26 grandchildren, 77 great-grandchildren; and 16 great-great-grandchildren . She was preceded in death by two sons, Joseph and Leroy Hayes, and one grandson, Craig Hansen In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations to the Children's Hospital or to the Heart Association. Funeral services were held Saturday, August 18, at the Georgetown LDS Ward Chapel, with Bishop Floyd Clark conducting. Services were under the direction of Allen Funeral Home, Soda Springs, with interment in Georgetown.
Cemetery. The family prayer was given by Kirk Hansen,
The prelude and postlude were played by Lola Skinner
Bishop Floyd Clark gave the opening remarks and the invocation was offered by Laurel Hayes. A musical selection, "Peace I Leave With Thee", was sung by
the Relief Society chorus, with chorister, Aleen
Miller The life story was given by Hope Hayes An
organ medley was played by Ann Barkdull.
Loyd Sleight was the speaker.
Max Haddock sang "Wonderful Mother of Mine", accompanied
by Lola Skinner The benediction was given by Lester
Alleman At the cemetery, the grave was dedicated by Lloyd Smith. Pallbearers were Rodney Smith, Micky Hayes, Bruce Weighall, Steve Weighall, Jason Hildreth and Eric Perkins. The floral arrangements were by the Georgetown Relief Society, Myrna Scott, President.
Arthur Edward Haddock (1881 - 1951)
Marantha Ida Briscoe Haddock (1880 - 1914)
Owen Bacon (1898 - 1973)
Horace Alma Hayes (1886 - 1943)*
Loran A. Hayes (1922 - 1991)*
Rex Haddock Hayes (1925 - 2008)*
Romona Hayes Weighall (1928 - 2004)*
Mary Naomi Haddock Hayes Bacon (1902 - 1979)
Lorna Margaret Haddock Haddock (1905 - 1998)*
James E Haddock (1907 - 1951)*
Nyle Briscoe Haddock (1909 - 1910)*
Loyal George Haddock (1911 - 1982)*
Boy Haddock (1914 - 1914)*
Bear Lake County
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Record added: Aug 23, 2010
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