HAZLEWOOD, Earl

Date of birth: 11 Nov 1931, Waynesville, Warren Co., OH

Date of death: 5 Oct 1977, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK

Columbus Republic, October 7, 1977

Truck Driver

Earl Hazelwood

Edinburgh

EDINBURGH — Earl Hazelwood, 45, Edinburgh resident, died unexpectedly Wednesday night in Tulsa, Okla. He was an independent truck driver.

Funeral service will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Eskew Funeral Home in Edinburgh by the Rev. Lawrence Tedrow. Burial will be at Rest Haven Cemetery. Persons may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Sunday.

Hazelwood was born Nov. 11, 1931, at Waynesville, Ohio, the son of Charles Emmons and Emma May Burnell Hazelwood.

Survivors include the mother, Emma May Cook of Prince's Lake; six children, Wayne, Lloyd, Charlotte and Stephanie Hazelwood, all of Edinburgh and Alvin Dale Hazelwood and Teresa Toler, both of Eustis, Fla.; four brothers, Gene Hazelwood of Trafalgar, Harry Hazelwood of California, Vearl Hazelwood of Alabama and Major Hazelwood of Florida; seven sisters, Viola Parks of Seattle, Wash., Margaret Sheets of Lebanon, Ohio, Mary Emma Christman of California, Grace Marie Lee of Florida, Naomi Roberts of Marietta, Ohio, and Maudalene Carpenter and Clara Lewis, both of Indianapolis. He was preceded in death by a son, Ronald, and a brother, Lloyd.


SOURCE: Edinburgh Tri-County Enterprise, October 12, 1977

Earl Hazelwood

   The Rev. Lawrence
 Tedrow conducted
 funeral services
 Monday at 1:30 p.m.
 at the Eskew Fun-
 eral Home for Earl
 Hazelwood, 45, Ed-
 inburgh, who died
 unexpectedly Wed-
 nesday night in
 Tulsa, Oklahoma.
 He was an indepen-
 dent truck driver.
   Burial was at
 Rest Haven Cemetery.
 Serving as pall-
 bearers were Jerry
 Downs, Tom Freese,
 Carl Holland, Vall-
 ey Hancock, Kenneth
 Merideth and Earl
 DeBaun.
   Hazelwood was born
 Nov. 11, 1931, at
 Waynesville, Ohio,
 the son of Charles
 Emmons and Emma
 May Burnell Hazel-
 wood.
   Survivors include
 the mother, Emma
 May Cook of Prin-
 ces Lake; six chil-
 dren, Wayne, Lloyd,
 Charlotte and Steph-
 anie Hazelwood all
 of Edinburgh, and
 Alvin Dale Hazel-
 wood and Teresa Tol-
 er both of Eustis,
 Fla.; four brothers,
 Gene Hazelwood of
 Trafalgar, Harry
 Hazelwood of Calif-
 ornia, Vearl Hazel-
 wood of Alabama
 and Major Hazel-
 wood of Florida;
 seven sisters, Vi-
 ola Parks of Seatt-
 le, Washington,
 Margaret Sheets of
 Lebanon, Ohio, Mary
 Emma Christman of
 California, Grace
 Marie Lee of Flori-
 da, Naomi Roberts
 of Marietta, Ohio,
 and Maudalene Car-
 penter and Clara
 Lewis both of In-
 dianapolis.
   Mr. Hazelwood
 was preceded in
 death by a son,
 Ronald, and a bro-
 ther, Lloyd.

Submitted by Mark E. Wirey