Obituaries

Hazel G. King

May 8, 1925 - November 15, 2020

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Posted by:
Laura Munley

Posted on:
November 24, 2020

I worked at the Gardens over 19 years ago when it was called Beverly Heatlhcare (and Carpenter Care before that). Hazel was volunteering and would often zip right past us all with her energy and liveliness. I know she made many people, staff and residents and family members, happy and fulfilled in difficult times. Tunkhannock and everyone who knew Hazel at all were blessed to be in her presence, no matter how long or how temporarily. I will always remember her kind smile and her confident demeanor,. She provided a great example of the kind of person I will always strive to be.

Posted by:
Gladys Bernet

Posted on:
November 22, 2020

Hazel was a very special woman. I was blessed to know and speak with her often as she was my first call on the church prayer chain. She was faithful even in the face of growing older and the many losses aging brings. She told me once that she had outlived all of her friends, but had decided to try and make new friends. I was blessed to be one of those newbie. My deepest sympathy to you all. She will be greatly missed. Gladys Bernet

Posted by:
Mary Fay

Posted on:
November 22, 2020

To the King Family, I am very sorry to hear of you mother's passing. I send my deepest sympathy to you and your family during this difficult time. I worked with Susan at Wyoming National Bank and you will always have your memories of her You will br in my prayers Mary (Sands) Fay

Posted by:
Frank and Charlotte Gaus

Posted on:
November 20, 2020

Hazel and Bernie were wonderful neighbors. She made the best applesauce. Miss her.

Posted by:
Fern

Posted on:
November 19, 2020

To the King Family, I am so sorry to hear of Hazel's passing. Our friendship started many years ago when my family joined the Tunkhannock United Methodist Church in 1973. You could always count on Hazel and Bernard to be at the church. I'm sure Hazel made hundreds of booties for the church bazaar and when I had friends who were expecting a baby, I would send her a message and soon I would have a set. After I moved, she continued to keep in touch and inform me of illnesses and deaths of friends. I'll miss her Christmas cards and her messages. May the peace that passes all understanding be with the family. Fern Berry

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