Hazel-Adcock-Obituary

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Hazel H. Adcock

Apr 6, 1920 - Nov 27, 2011

Guest Book

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Karen, So sorry for your loss. I remember Hazel always being so nice when I was a small boy. She reminded me of my own grandmother Inez Mae. God Bless. Mark Nellett and family

My husband and I paid for our first house through a land contract with the Adcocks. Each month we would take our payment to their house and visit for a few minutes with Hazel. She always had a different seasonal centerpiece on the table and she was a very gracious and kind lady.
Madeline & Ron Lynch, Auburn, MI

Dear Karen,
So very sorry for your loss. Hazel was such a sweet lady and one of my favorites at Carriage House. She was at my mom and my aunt's dining table. What a wonderful sense of humor and kind soul! We will miss her.

Karen,
My thoughts and prayers are with you. As I read through the guest book, I can see that your Mom was the same sweet lady that I will always remember her as, going back as far as when she was our Brownie leader. She was truely a special lady.
My sincerest condolences,
Gail

Dear Karen and Family
I remember Hazel when she first moved to Sheffield Bay and how wonderful a person she was and so friendly. She was more like family to me then a resident. I still remember the times when Beryl and her would sit on the patio and take in the sun. Then when I would see her at Carriage house she would say to me That she remeber me from some where. Hazel will be truly missed and my God Bless you and your Family.

Karen, our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief.

Dear Family of Sweet Hazel,
Our mom, Rolan Hebert, used to sit at the dinner table with Hazel. Our family grew to love Hazel and loved her sweet comments and kind words. We always made it a point to at least say "Hi" to Hazel whenever we visited. My brother, Buddy, was a big fan of Hazel and always promised to take her for a ride to Coleman (he lives in Clare). She also loved my dog, Gus and we always tried to let her see and pet him. In fact, it was just a short time ago in...

i enjoyed Hazel while she was in my care. She even remembered me when I wasn't on that hall she waved at me all the time. She will be missed.Love and prayers to all. Cheryl Lown (sis)

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Hazel H. Adcock, of Bay City, passed away peacefully November 27, 2011 at The Carriage House of Bay City, age 91. The daughter of the late Alex & Gladys (Harshman) Odell, Hazel came into the world April 6, 1920 in Coleman, MI.Hazel is survived by her daughter, Karen Grove of Bay City; two...

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