Hazel Lucille Wilson

Dates

September 3, 1930 - August 9, 2013

Obituary

 

 

Hazel Lucille Wilson was born to Joseph and Bertha (Wolf) Anton on September 3, 1930 in White Lake SD.  She graduated from White Lake High School in 1948 and attended Notre Dame Academy and Dakota Wesleyan University.  Hazel married John Wilson on September 12, 1949.

Hazel has lived most of her life in White Lake until she moved to Huron in 2003.  She returned to White Lake in 2007 and moved to Sioux Falls in 2010 to be closer to family.  She worked at the South Dakota Training School at Plankinton SD for many years.  She worked at Aurora Brule Nursing Home after her retirement from the Training School.

Hazel loved socializing with children and grandchildren.  She had many interests – reading, cooking, baking, sewing and gardening.

She was a member of Saint Peter’s Catholic Church in White Lake and Saint Michael’s Catholic Church in Sioux Falls and the Red Hat Society.

Grateful for having shared her life are her five children:  Jack (Sheryl) Wilson, Hurley SD, Randy (Darla) Wilson, Colman SD, Rob Wilson, Everett WA, Kathy Roti (Dennis Moldrem), Huron SD and Mary Engel, Sioux Falls SD; nine grandchildren:  Casey (Carleen) Wilson, Cody (Jen) Wilson, Cullen (Michelle) Wilson, Travis (Karmen) Roti, Amber (Robbie) Moldrem, Tiffani Wuestewald, Rusty Toupal, Lacey (Brian) Toupal and Bridget Podhradsky; fourteen great-grandchildren; one sister, Betty Hoefert, Wessington Springs SD and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Hazel was preceded in death by her husband, John, her parents, one brother, Alvin, one sister, Carol Hettinger and two brothers-in-law, John Hettinger and Ray Hoefert.

 


Visitation(s)

Date
Monday, August 12, 2013
Time
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location
Saint Peter's Catholic Church
Prayer Service - Rosary ~ 7:00 PM
White Lake, South Dakota

Service

Date
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Time
10:30 AM
Location
Saint Peter's Catholic Church
White Lake, South Dakota

Cemetery

Black Hills National Cemetery
Sturgis, South Dakota


Posted by Laura L Mayclin on August 13, 2013
I just heard about Hazel's passing. Our sympathy to Hazel's family and many friends. The first time I met Hazel was in the 1950's. As a child I thought she was one of the most beautiful ladies I had ever seen. I worked several years at the State Training School and came to admire Hazel for her way with the students there. After retirement we both belonged to Red Hat groups. Hazel, the Red Hat Peppers from White Lake and I the Country Red Hats from Plankinton. We always had such a good time! We will miss Hazel but know our life is so much richer for having known her!
Posted by Nancy Smith on August 12, 2013
To My Wilson Cousins and their families, My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. We have so many fond memories of our dear aunt. Tomorrow will be a celebration of her life and we will be with you in spirit! We now have another Angel in Heaven to watch over us. Love to all, Nancy and Richard Smith
Posted by Dave Widmer family on August 11, 2013
Randy, Darla and family : We are sorry to hear of Hazel's passing. She is at peace and with new vision as you celebrate her with fond memories during this time of grief and always.
Dave,Carrie, Alison, & Elizabeth
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