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In Memory of
Susan M Mazlum
1950 - 2017
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Susan M. Mazlum, 67, of Ault, passed away on December 20, 2017 in Greeley.
Susan joined the U.S. Navy and honorably served in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, from 1982-1988. She was a talented artist in diverse media and a gifted jewelry designer. Susan loved animals and was the Owner/Instructor for Equitouch (equine massage).
Susan is survived by her siblings, Julie (Danny) Bince, Dan (Diana), and Patrick (Kathy) Ladrach; her furry 4 legged child, Merlin; and loving friends.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Adrian Mazlum.
Celebration of Life will be held in Spring of 2018.
Memorial contributions may be made to “St. Jude's Children's Hospital” in care of Northern Colorado Crematory, 700 8th St, Greeley, CO 80631.
To leave condolences with Susan’s family visit NCCcremation.com
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