Barbara Ann Mizel Born to Homer and Helen Massey on August 22, 1932 in Pueblo, Colorado. She was an enthusiast of literature and an avid reader of early American history. Barbara was a wonderful cook, who enjoyed fashion and sports, as well as spending time in the mountains, especially the Uncompahgre wilderness of Lake City, Colo. She was fond of animals, particularly her West Highland Terriers. She will be remembered as a dedicated wife, mother and friend. Barbara Ann Massey Mizel, 79, passed away February 12, 2012. She is survived by her loving husband, Harvey Mizel, daughters, Rebecca (Johnny Lands, deceased) Mizel of Pueblo, Linda Stiles of Pueblo, Jennifer Mizel of San Francisco; grandsons Steven Stiles of Pueblo and Max Mizel of Denver; nephews John (Linda) Binford of Orange, Calif., Mark Binford of Pueblo and niece Jana (Richard) Roney of Seattle. She is preceded in death by her sister, Dorothy Beth Binford. The family wishes to thank Visiting Angels especially Lori Marquez and Parkview Hospital nurses Billie and Rachel for their excellent care. Memorial will be held at a later date in Lake City, Colorado. Contributions may be made to Temple Emanuel, 1325 North Grand Avenue, Pueblo, Colorado. Online condolences, montgomerysteward.com.

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  1. WE WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER BARBARA AS SUCH A SPECIAL LADY. SHE WAS SUCH A WARM CARING LOVELY PERSON. IT WAS A PLEASURE KNOWING HER. GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY HARVEY. TAKE CARE. SINCERELY SHARON ADAMICH AND CHRIS VILLANUEVA

  2. Dear Harvey,Becky,Linda,Jennifer,Steven and Max,I have always felt fortunate too have been welcomed into your family all these years, lots of wonderful memories.Thank you Harvey Thank you Barb
    With Love and Sadness
    Dee Dee

  3. Dear family of Barbara,

    I will always remember Barbara as an elegant lady with a lot of spunk and humor, a genuinely kind nature, and a deep love of family and friends. My heartfelt sympathy to Harvey, her beloved husband, and her adored children and grandchildren.

    Shanky Gotfred

  4. We would like to express our deepest sympathy to you all in the loss of your loved one. Our thoughts are with you.

    Harvey, we tried to call you, we’ll try again at a later time.

    Love & Prayers,

    Joe & Joyce

  5. Just a brief little message..my mom was a very classy lady! And the newspaper put the wrong picture in..a lady i have no idea who she is?? I am sure her family is not thrilled about this! thankyou for getting it right!This is the right picture, of my mom.

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