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Hazel A. Walker

Born: Mon., Nov. 6, 1916
Died: Thu., Oct. 20, 2011

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Camden-Hazel A. Walker, 94, passed away October 20, 2011,while at the Sunset Nursing Home in Boonville, NY.  Hazel was born November 6, 1916, in Florence, NY, a daughter of Raymond and Olive Coffin Smith.  On February 29, 1936, she married Victor G. Walker in Camden.  Victor passed away December 21, 1972
     Hazel is survived by two daughters, Mary Alice Simmons, Vienna, NY, and Eleanor & Warren Mathis, West Leyden, NY, two sons, David & Barb Walker, Salt Lake City, UT, and Mark & Laura Walker, Marcy, NY, fourteen grandchildren, and several great, and great-great grandchildren.  She was predeceased by a son, Thomas Leo Walker, December 18, 1973, and brother Leo Smith.
     Private funeral services are under the direction of the LaRobardiere Funeral Home, Inc., 109 Main Street, Camden, NY.  Internment Forest Lawn Cemetery.  Contributions may be made in Hazel’s memory to the Camden Fire Department or the Sunset Nursing Home Activities Fund, Boonville, NY.

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Barb & Tom Young
   Posted Fri October 21, 2011
It is so hard to loss someone we love; but, memories will always be with you. Your mom was a very special lady to both Tom and I. It is now her time to wear her earned Angel wings and we know she is at peace and free of pain or any discomfort.

May it help to know others care and we do care. God Bless and know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Barb & Tom

Brenda Towner
   Posted Sat October 22, 2011
Dear Eleanor, MaryAlice, David & Mark, We were so sorry to hear about your mother's passing. We have so many fond memories of our stays at her home. She always had an open door for us. And each of you always went out of your way to also make us feel at home by inviting us to your homes, going shopping or getting out the old slides for viewing. Please know that you all & your families are in our prayers. Our love always, Tim & Brenda

Ben Towner
   Posted Sat October 22, 2011
Aunt Hazel was a great woman who lived a good life. I'll never forget going up to her house. When I think about her I remember maple syrup, her oil lamp, raking leaves, and snow. She will be missed and I wish I could be there.

Bobby Smith
   Posted Tue October 25, 2011
I'll always remember Aunt Hazel always smiling and laughing and all the trips in the summer Dad and I made. all the times we went to the firemens field days and going out to eat and the laughing over who'll pay for the check. And siiting listening to them talk about memories. Aunt hazel will be missed but she's in heaven with her family wanting all of us to have great memories, and not to be sad. Gods peace to all of you. Bobby Smith

Bobby Smith
   Posted Tue October 25, 2011
Aunt Hazel will be truly missed. I will always remember my Dad and I going to visiting her during the summer, going to the firemen's field days, and going out to eat and laughing on who's going to pay for the bill. and just listening to them talk about the memories. Aunt Hazel wouldn't want you to be sad she's in Heaven with her family watching down on all of you. God's Peace to all of you. Bobby"Teacher" Smith

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