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Hazel Grogan Helms

Virginia, Virginia

Oct 27, 1927 - Jul 9, 2013

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Our deepest sympathy to the family of Hazel Helms. Our prayers are with you. We know she will be missed.

So sorry to lose one of my dear co-workers at DuPont. I remember the good times we shared when we shared an office!

Our deepest condolences to Hazel's family. Both of us just loved her. She would often stop by and share her interest of books with my wife. She lent my wife the Hunger Game series and often spoke about Nicholas Sparks. She was a gracious, vibrant and very generous Southern Lady. Everything she did she did with class. We are going to miss her so much.

Dr.& Mrs. Don Handly

Hazel and Joe were next door neighbors to my parents, Fin & Ellen Gale, on Pocahontas Trail in Bassett. After Mother and Joe died, Dad & Hazel lived on Pocahontas Trail until they both moved to Kings Grant. I will always have the fondest memories of a vivacious fun-loving, great neighbor. We shared so many wonderful times. She was a spiffy dresser and had a beautiful home and yard. I don't travel much any more -- use a walker, etc. -- but I will be with you all in spirit.

We got to know Hazel after we moved back to Martinsville at King's Grant in 2006. She was always the life of the Kings Grant Community. Volunteering, wellness center activities, traveling, etc. and was always upbeat. Sometimes her socks ,etc. were fun to see and made everyone have a smile. We would discuss Va. Tech but she kept being a true University Virginia fan. Her King's Grant Family will always remember HAZEL with LOVE!!!

Merlow & Bob Luttrell

My sympathy is extended to the family.


Hazel's Obituaries

Hazel Grogan Helms of 45 Patriots Crook, Kings Grant, Martinsville, died Tuesday, July 9, 2013, at Roanoke Memorial Hospital. Born in Martinsville, she was a daughter of the late Harry Dillard Grogan and Mary Morris Grogan. Also preceding her in death was her husband, Joe Travis Helms, and her...

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