Hazel Dawdy

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DAWDY:  HAZEL EDNA

Suddenly passed away on Saturday January 19, 2019 in her 80th year. Wife of the late Herbert Dawdy. Loving mother of Bob, Herb, Doug, Pat, Darren, and Jim. Dear grandmother of several grandchildren and great grandchildren. Also survived by her brothers-in-law Bob Clark, and Ken Dawdy (Brenda), sister-in-law Ruth Atwell, and many nieces and nephews. Funeral Service will be held at the Hyde & Mott Chapel, R.H.B. Anderson Funeral Homes Ltd., 60 Main Street South, Hagersville on Friday January 25, 2019 at 12 noon. (visitation from 10 until service time). Interment Hagersville Cemetery. As an expression of sympathy donations may be made to the charity of your choice. www.rhbanderson.com

Condolences

Posted by Patricia A Smith on
We are so sorry here at the Jarvis caring Cupboard Foodbank to hear of dear Hazels passing She was such a sweet lady with a big heart we will miss her. Our Condolences to her boys and their families Pat and Randy Smith
Posted by Leah Morris on
Hazel was such a great lady. She was a tutor with the HN Literacy Coumcil when I worked there. She was a very warm and loving person. I am sorry for your loss and trust God will comfort you all.
Posted by Heather Woodcox on
Aunt Hazel may you rest in peace. Love Ron and Heather Woodcox, Randy Overbaugh, Stephanie Woodcox, BJ Overbaugh(Courtney) and family. Ang Woodcox(Michael). Wendy and Mogens Olsen and family.
Posted by Tiffany Dawdy on
May you rest in peace grandma xo
Posted by Darren dawdy jr on
I miss you so much grandma you are my bestest friend from taking me on walks around your garden telling me about different fruits and vegetables to talking about the cats and just always asking how I’m doing to just sharing all the love you had with me meant everything at least you are no longer in pain and you can finally see grandpa again and my momma and everyone else we’ve lost I will forever miss you and I will forever keep your name alive I love you so much grandma rest in sweetest peace
Posted by Frank Curley on
I will treasure the memories which took place around Hazel's kitchen. Many a time was spent with myself sitting on the step between the living room and the kitchen and being a part of the Dawdy household.

Hazel was an inveterate story teller...she had many.

She was a aficianado of all things to do with astrology, she knew the characteristics of all the signs of the Zodiac.

But Hazel always impressed me on different levels.

Her knowledge of family and relations and who was second cousin and once removed always impressed me. How she could track the relationships and the her family's history was impressive.

But Hazel had a way of making any person feel at ease. She was comfortable at a farm auction as she was at a Ladie's Tea. She would could find common interest with anyone and make conversation. I think she missed her calling as I do honestly think she could have served as a diplomat. To that end she had a way of stating things in a gentle way to make her point but she could always be counted upon to be most forthright when she felt it needed to be said.

I will miss her cookies (she always had a Tupperware container with cookies), she made the best hamburgers of anyone I ever knew, and I know the boys will grudgingly agree, we will miss he peanut butter and jelly sandwiches!

But the times I will remember most are those Saturday nights, especially when Grandma Weir was visiting, the meals served, the times spent after playing either euchre or "Poker for Pennies".

But what I will fondly remember is the way she tossed her head when she laughed, her twinkle in her eye when she was teasing you and the warmth and love you felt when you were in the presence of her husband, Herb and her sons, Bob, Herb, Doug, Pat, Darren and Jimmy.

Go in Peace Hazel

Love always

Your Adopted Son.
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