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Evelyn Eleanor Haag Mazzie 1915-2011 BENNINGTON Evelyn Eleanor Haag Mazzie, born January 9th 1915 passed away on Sunday December 4th, 2011. Evelyn had been residing in Bennington, Vt., at the time of her death. At 96 years of age, Evelyn left this world of natural causes. Evelyn was born to Harry H. and Ida Florence Haag in New York City,N.Y. Harry Haag was a firefighter for New York City and raised Evelyn at their residence on Fifth Avenue in New York City. Evelyn was schooled in New York City and went on to be employed as a customer service representative at Sears Roebuck Co. She met and married Joseph Charles Mazzie in 1932 in North Bergen N.J.. Joseph and Evelyn resided in Freehold N.J. Evelyn moved to Bennington, Vt., in 2007. Well known for her quick humorous wit, Evelyn was never shy about sharing her thoughts with others. She was loved by all and everyone anxiously waited to hear her next words of guidance and direction. A loving mother grandmother, great grandmother, great great grandmother, and friend to many she will be missed and remembered by all who knew her. She was preceded in death by her husband Joseph Charles Mazzie, brother Lewis Haag, son Joseph Charles Mazzie, and grandson Joseph John Mazzie. Evelyn is survived by her son Gary Mazzie and his wife Jane of Arlington, Vt., her son Bruce Mazzie and his wife Deborah of Monrovia Maryland; her nine grandchildren Susan, Nancy, Gary, Jane, Michael, Thomas, Jeffrey, Todd, and Jennifer; her seventeen great grandchildren; and one great grandchild. FUNERAL NOTICE: Visitation will be held for family and friends at Pizzi Funeral Home Northvale N.J. from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday October 7th. A Funeral Mass will be held at St.Anthony's Church in Northvale N.J. at 9:30 a.m. Thursday December 8th, immediately followed by a burial service at Maryrest Cemetery in Darlington, Mahwah, N.J.

Published in Bennington Banner on Dec. 7, 2011
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