Hazel Mae McDonald

September 5, 1946 - September 5, 2023
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Hazel Mae McDonald, age 77, of Springfield, Missouri, formerly of Sikeston, Missouri, departed this life on Tuesday, September 5, 2023, at Cox Health Hospital in Springfield, Missouri. Hazel was born September 5, 1946, in Sikeston, Missouri, a daughter to Warrick W. Miller and Frances Irene (Samford) Miller. She was united in marriage on August 29, 1965, in Morley, Missouri, to James
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Donna Sue Taylor left a message on September 16, 2023:
Colie and I were so sorry that we couldn't be there for the services. We were away on a trip. Please know that we are praying for you, Jim, and the whole family. May God give you comfort and strength as you deal with the passing of Hazel. She was such a sweet, dear person!
Tom Haire left a message on September 9, 2023:
So sorry for your loss. I was a high school classmate of Hazel's. She was a joy to be around. She was so kind and friendly. We had one class together and we sat at tables of four. Along with Hazel was her best friend Leaquieta Lyons. I cannot remember who the fourth person was. That was one of my favorite class because of them. I did not know that Hazel is a member of the Lord's Church. Looking back, it makes sense. She was so kind. I know she would be happy to know that I too am a member of His Church. I pray God's blessing to be with you all, her family. Tom Haire
Fred Fenimore left a message on September 9, 2023:
I am so sorry to get this news. I graduated from Kelly with Hazel in 1964. Prayers to all of the family.
Mary Fox left a message on September 8, 2023:
Jim, Jamie, and Steven, we are so sorry to hear of Hazel's passing! She was a wonderful Christian lady and we enjoyed the times we spent together in each other's homes sharing a meal or playing cards many years ago. I think of her with a smile every time I make her Dishpan Cookies! I'm glad you were able to be together with her when she passed. I know she loved each of you deeply! May your sweet memories carry you in the days ahead. Sending our love and hugs! Danny and Mary
Kenny Pinkerton left a message on September 8, 2023:
Hazel and I were classmates at Kelly High. She was always such a sweet and nice person anytime you would see her. Always funny and ready to join in and help out when needed. She will be missed by family and friends. My deepest sympathy to you all.
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Jackie Burger Griffith left a message on September 8, 2023:
Hazel and I were classmates at Kelly High School. She was so funny and sassy! Everyone loved to tease her. She was a no-nonsense girl! That black hair and flawless complexion made her beautiful! You have my deepest sympathy.
Booth McKinney left a message on September 7, 2023:
Sorry to here of the loss of your mom. I will always remember her outgoing personality and how both her and your dad were always so funny together. They would come up to our farm in Eldon and visit us. Didn't they live in Eldon for a short time when your dad worked for the phone company? Tell your Dad we are thinking of him and the whole family. Love all of you and wish we could see you all again. Booth and Marguerite McKinney
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