Hazel Lee Marshall was born to Idell and Norman Wilson on February 1,1939 in Hope Arkansas. She was the third of five children: Joe Lewis(deceased), John Henry(deceased), Jesse(deceased), Betty of Chicago Illinois. And Hazel (Sister) was the firstborn girl.
She moved from Hope, Arkansas to Cleveland, Ohio with her father where she graduated from East Technical High School and met and married her husband Celis Marshall (deceased) in 1959.
Hazel was a devoted housewife to Celis Marshall and loving mother to Darius, Dwight, and Celis Jr. She never worked outside the home because she dedicated all her time to her family. Hazel studied with the Jehovah Witnesses and became an Unbaptized Publisher, she enjoyed reading and studying the bible with others.
Hazel enjoyed many hobbies in her past time: including cooking, dancing, music, watching movies, spending time with her host of grand kids, she was an avid Cleveland sports fan. She also loved crocheting and taking care of plants.
Hazel is survived by her sons Darius (Kimberly), Dwight (Tina), Celis Jr., Grandkids Denise, Darcia, Dwight Jr., Tanisha, Celis III, Delvante, Great Grandkids Talib, Honesty, Darius, Faith, Journey, Hazel. Sister Betty (Charles)Harris from Chicago, IL. Special Daughters Mozella and Kenyatta, and a host of family and friends.
Looking back at times, I see a flash of light.
This light is very beautiful and shines very bright!
It’s the memories of you we see, and it helps to warm our heart.
We remember all the love you gave and so we’ll never part.
This light is with us today as we honor your name and life.
You were an outstanding mother, grandmother, and extraordinary wife.
You always gave the best to us and never let us fall.
Now it time for you to rest and waiting for GOD’s call.
Jehovah is my shepherd.
I will lack nothing
In grassy pastures he makes me lay down
He leads me to well water resting places
He refreshes me
He leads me in the path of righteous for the sake of his name.
Though I walk in the valley of deep shadow.
I fear no harm
For you are with me.
Your rod and staff reassure me.
You prepare a table for me before my enemies.
Your refresh my head with oil.
My cup is well filled.
Surely goodness and loyal love will pursue me all the days of my life.
And I will dwell in the house Jehovah
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