Bartlett C. Dalton Parowan, UT Bartlett C. Dalton, 59, passed away peacefully at home on February 8, 2017 due to complications stemming from his seven year battle with Multiple Myeloma, a blood cancer. He was surrounded by his wife, children, and loved ones. Bart was born in Cedar City, Utah on November 22, 1957 to Fred and Claire Dalton. He was the third of four children. He had two older brothers Michael and Russell, and a younger sister Cara, whom he loved to pick on. He spent the early part of his youth in Parowan, UT before moving to Washington, UT. He graduated from Dixie High School in 1976. He loved playing sports, cruising the boulevard with his friends, and working on cars. Bart met the love of his life in the 8th grade, but didn't start dating Patricia Hobbs until their senior year of high school. They were married on May 20, 1978 and sealed for time and all eternity in the St. George Utah LDS temple on November 22, 1985. He was highly regarded in his field of work. He was licensed as a land surveyor in both Nevada and Utah. He worked in the private sector for a number of years, but ended his career as the City Surveyor for North Las Vegas. He loved this job and was dedicated to it until he was forced by illness to take a medical retirement in 2014. He was a member of NALS (the National Association of Land Surveyors), even serving as the President for a period of time. He was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and held many callings. His favorite was being a leader in the Young Men's at the time his sons were in the program. He also enjoyed being a leader in the Boy Scouts and taking the young men and his sons on campouts and hikes as their father and leader. His greatest accomplishment was his family. He loved spending time with his wife and children, and was always there to support every milestone and success. He is preceded in death by his infant son Brandon and his father Fred. He is survived by his loving wife Patty, his daughter Amanda (Ryan) Stewart, his sons Joshua and Mathew, his mother Claire, and his pride and joy, his grandson Holden. Funeral Services under the direction of La Poloma Funeral Home will be held on Friday, February 17, 2017 at the LDS Chapel located at Goldfield and Azure Building (50 East Azure Avenue) in North Las Vegas, NV. Viewing will be from 12-00pm-1:00pm with services to follow immediately after. A graveside service will be held the following day Saturday, February 18th at the Parowan Utah Cemetery at 11:00am.
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