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Hazel L. Hash

Salem, Virginia

Oct 1, 1919 - Apr 21, 2012

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When I think of my Aunt Hazel I think first of her very soft spoken voice. Other things quickly come to mind-a smart, even tempered, good looking, sharp dressed woman with beautiful hair. The Mother every Kid wanted to have. Her house was truly "A Home". She use to get eggs from the geese and dye them dark gold for us nieces and nephews to put in our Easter Baskets. A gentle spirit that will long live on in our memories.

Dear Rosemary- I am so sorry to hear about your mom's passing; I know she is rejoicing with your dad in Heaven. She was one true gem and a wonderful disciple of Christ, and I know she will be missed by all. She was my piano teacher, Sunday School teacher, and her love and spirit will remain in my heart forever. I am very sorry I couldn't come in for her homegoing, but mom said she spoke to you at the funeral home. God bless you and your family. Thank you, Mrs. Hash, for giving to the...

The Hash Family,
Our deepest sympathy to you in the loss of your love one.May God Comfort you with Peace and His Great Love in this time of your sorrow and the days ahead. Hazel will be missed by so many. Hazel touched so many lives during her lifetime, her memories will live on. Hazel was a Great Lady and Loved by all. Rest In Peace, Hazel-our dear friend.

I have many good memories of Aunt Hazel, Uncle Lewis and Peyton and Rosemary. Condolences to the family. Love, Annette

My sympathy goes out to the Hash family in this time of sadness. I loved your mom for she was a godly lady . She would always say Kaye how are you? Your family is in my prayers and I will always cherish the memories of Hazel Hash . She taught my sister and her children and she taught me and my Son. God be with you til you meet again. KayeNeal Harless.

Mrs.Hash was one of sweetest ladies that I think I knew. The room would lite...

I have never met two people who could lite up a room with thier loving smiles as Mr. and Mrs. Hash. Mr. Hash use to greet us on Sunday mornings when we first started attending Tabernacle and he greeted us with such warmth and kindness. It was not long that we met Mrs. Hash in the hallway coming from teaching her Sunday School Class. She would alwayswould reach out an hug me and would ask about my boys. I use to walk at the park and Mr. Hash walked every day and he would pass me walking so...

I loved seeing and talking to Mrs. Hash at the bank. We always had time to sit and chat for a bit, and I always felt like I was more than just her banker. I know she will be dearly missed, and my thought and prayers are with the family during this difficult time.

When I married Mrs. Hash's nephew, Arthur, she welcomed me into her extended family and I always remembered her with kindness. My sympathies to her loved ones.

My sympathy to Hazel's family at this time. I remember her being my Sunday School teacher years ago at Tabernacle Baptist and I also took piano lessons from her when I was young. My parents, Ruby and Henry Elder thought so much of Lewis and Hazel. What a wonderful lady and what a long and blessed life she had.


Hazel's Obituaries

In the early morning hours of Saturday, April 21, our precious Mom slipped away into eternal peace and rest in the arms of Jesus and she was reunited with our Dad Lewis, her husband of 58 years. He preceded her on April 11, 1998.Mom was born to Henry and Blanche Grubb on Oct 1, 1919. They also...

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