Hazel S. Taylor
A wonderful mother and a good person by all means! SHe will be missed.
Bobby, We were sorry to hear about your Mother. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family on her passing. You are in our prayers.
Your Mother and Father were dear people. I will always remember the fellowship all of that group at Temple Baptist had with each other. They really enjoyed being together, eating and laughing. They are in heaven together now having the same good time around the Throne with our Lord, just like the Christmas parties and eating out on Sunday and going to the Pancake House on Sunday night.
God’s Blessings on you and your family.
Our love, Myrna and John B.
We would like to express our sincere condolences on the recent passing of your wonderful mom Hazel.
We all send our thoughts and prayers to you, to Evi and to all of your family in this difficult times. Bob, since we know you, we were feeling with you and your mom, even though unfortunatly we could never met Hazel, because sheís in America and we are in Germany. But she was always in our minds and hearts and will stay there forever!
We are with you and Evi!
Your sister-in-law Susanne, with Hanna and Levent and your mother-in law Paula
Thank you for being my Mother. It was such a priviledge to be your son. Thank you for all of the wonderful memories that you made possible not only for me but also for Dad and Fred. Through your long illness you taught me patience and humility. During your sickness you never once complained. You brought happiness to others.
I thank God with all of my heart that Evelyn and I had the priviledge of being with you last week. We had such quality time together. You, Evi and I listening to your favorite hymns, talking and sharing and seeing you smile. Your blue eyes were still so beautiful and full of love.
Some days while you were sick you would ask about Dad, your mother, your sister and your brother. Now… You are with them and do not have to ask about them any longer.
Mom, I will carry your love with me to my grave. When God made me your son He gave me the most special gift that anyone on earth can have.
Go in peace Mom, and remember that I will love and miss you forever.
Hazel Taylor is my granny…
Though I have lived far away from granny most of my life, I remember seeing her in the nursing home when I was young. She really loved me, and even though I was young, I knew it. My granny was a blessing to me. She sent me a couple of letters and I remember talking to her on the phone…even when she got older and couldn’t remember that she’d already asked me the same question three times in a row.
My heart hurt when I learned she was gone. I loved my granny. But I know in my heart she is in a better place. She is in heaven, Praise God!
I want to thank everyone who was there to love on her, and take care of her while I have been unable to be there. I pray that God blesses your hearts as much as you’ve blessed hers. Thank you!
Hazel was my favorite “resident” when I worked at Autumn Care. I recall when she first moved there and how sick she was. With time & encouragement, she became the most active resident at Autumn Care. She enjoyed using her past sales skills whenever we had a bake or craft sale. She loved selling our goodies and raising money for the Activity Fund. She was involved in every activity and also helped me with the monthly newsletter. Hazel was also a beautiful lady…inside and out! If you can locate the scrapbooks at Autumn Care, 1996, 1997, 1998, there are some wonderful photos of Hazel enjoying life. I’m sure they will let family have the photos. My condolences to her family and friends. She was truly a treasure to all.
Hazel was my mother in law, and even that we haven’t met too often,
in the last five years, her death hurts me like I would have known her forever. It is so hard to loose. She is in peace and with God now. I will never forget her.
Hazel was my sister-in-law but she was loved and honered as true sister by our family and she felt the same for us. It was one of the dearest moments when she and brother Jimmy were married 66 years ago. Their family seemed to be complete when they were blessed by two wonderful sons. Jimmy’s untimely death left Hazel with the burden of being both a Mom and Dad.
She did well with the help of her Church family and her faith.
Hazel and I were the last of our generation and now I am alone…but only until that joyous day when we will be reunited in our Heavenly Home.
Sister Hazel will never be forgotten.
I know Miss Hazel is resting in Jesus’s arms.May he bless her family
She is very happy now, she is with her love ones, here and above, Smile and feel happy for her.
Where are the words that can speak to the life of a woman I loved and knew. Her dedicated worship and service to our Lord was such an example to me as a young christian.
My first example of a selfless and giving spirit was found in my mother-in-law, Hazel.
I loved spending time with her … she protrayed the quiet and dignified character of a Godly woman. I pray that I can live the rest of my life in the same manner.
I love you mom, and though I know you are with our Lord, my heart will miss you here. Until we meet again …