Haydee Bayon, age 67, currently of Trumbull has relocated to the Heavens above into the Presence of the Lord on Sunday, April 11, 2021 in St. Vincent's Medical Center, Bridgeport, CT. Haydee was born in Arecibo, Puerto Rico, but had relocated to the Bridgeport area many years ago. Haydee is daughter of the late Marcelino and the late Evangelista Bayon. Haydee was an amazing woman full of faith. Nothing made her waive from her trust in the Lord. She enjoyed nothing more than to sing and praise the Lord every chance she had. A simple woman throughout her entire life. Haydee really didn't care much for having luxuries.She valued spending time with her family, brothers and sisters from church and always looked forward to it. Haydee was struck with Polio at a very young age, and by the Grace of God, she survived and continued forward. All her life she focused her energy in loving everyone around her. She was always the right hand of her mom throughout her mother's life, and when both her parents passed, she began to have more experiences as she began to travel with her family. She might have had reasons to be isolated and dry, but she was nothing of the kind. Her caring personality, her wanting to bless others, and hearing her laugh was nothing less than a treat. She was always willing to lend a hand whenever she could, whether it be to care for her parents or extended relatives, especially her nephews, cousins, nieces, etc. Each one of the kids in the family always loved Haydee because she never had a foul word to say, never treated others in anger. Despite the aftermath the Polio left on her left leg, she continued to do what many thought she could never. Nothing stopped her from trying and doing whatever came her way. She just had this gentle persona in her, one that never vented her frustrations or needs, and put herself aside always smiling for everyone around her. Her unconditional love for everyone around her allowed you to appreciate her and her willingness to say yes at all times, even when she could have said no. For few years Haydee helped incessantly at Funeraria Luz de Paz, Bridgeport, CT where she would make sure that the guests were able to get answers to any questions and directions when needed. Again, her commitment was admirable and her kind demeanor was nothing less than who she was deep down inside. She did not have a mean bone in her body and as a result today she is reaping the promises given to her by the Lord she served. Resting in Gods precious presence and her spirit reuniting with those who moved ahead before her. Haydee will always hold a special place in the heart of her family and friends. For her protection she spent the last year in isolation and by the Grace and love of Christ she avoided getting COVID. However this was a very trying time for her as she was not able to spend a lot of quality time with her family and friends. Until we meet again Haydee you enjoy the Magnitude of the Presence of the Almighty, but when we get there, you gotta share with us....I'm sure there is enough to go around for us all!
Haydee is survived by her siblings Carlos Bayon and his wife Mirta of Bridgeport, Nelson Bayon and his wife Georgina, most recently of Bridgeport, and Carmen Sanjurjo, of Bridgeport, a host of nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends whom will dearly miss her.
Friends are invited to calling hour which will take place on Thursday, April 15, 2021 beginning at 9:00 A.M. at the Good Shepherd Christian Church, 725 Hancock Avenue, Bridgeport, CT, followed by a Funeral Service beginning at 10:00 A.M. at the church. Interment will follow at Mt. Grove Cemetery, Bridgeport, CT;
If you would like to join the family please do so at the church at 9:00 A.M. on Thursday, but PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT MASKS AND SOCIAL DISTANCING ESPECIALLY FROM FAMILY MEMBERS NOT RESIDING IN YOUR HOME. THE FAMILY OF HAYDEE UNDERSTANDS HOW MANY APPRECIATED HAYDEE BUT WOULD KINDLY REQUEST WE KEEP IN MIND THE SENSITIVE TIMES WE ARE IN AND THE HEALTH OF OTHERS AROUND US TO PREVENT UNNECESSARY EXPOSURES TO ANYONE, THEREFORE THEY ARE ENCOURAGING AND ASKING EVERYONE TO OBSERVE THE SOCIAL DISTANCING AND PRECAUTIONARY BEHAVIOR WE HAVE COME TO LEARN SHOULD BE FOLLOWED.
We truly appreciate the love and support and always want to show our appreciation at all times, and the time will come where we will all be able to embrace and hold and love those who we have come to know and love throughout time, even family members.
Please sign and share the online memorial webpage established for Haydee where you may share stories of moments you shared with Her. Any Pictures, thoughts, prayers, pictures and so much more, is able to be shared and /or uploaded EXCLUSIVELY at www.Luzdepaz.com.
*Please note: our goal is to get things done right the first time, but humans are prone to making a mistake here and there naturally and never deliberately, therefore if you notice a misprint or typo, do not hesitate in reaching out to us or immediate family. We will be sure to confirm with the next of kin for approval and for accuracy and implement any changes immediately after receiving such confirmation.