Hazel B. Donnelly
October 24, 1920 - December 12, 2020
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Funeral Services for Hazel will be privately held at First United Methodist Church in Appleton, and able to be viewed via livestream on Friday, December 18, 2020, at 1:30 PM right on this page. 

Hazel was born October 24, 1920, in Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada, daughter the late LeRoy and Helen (Tate) Trull.  She went to school in Bowmanville, graduated from the local high school, and received training to become a nurse at Oshawa General Hospital.  Eventually, she relocated to Appleton, Wisconsin, when her husband found employment with Kimberly Clark…

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Tina Pfeffer left a message on January 2, 2021:
I remember Hazel as being such a vivacious person. My mother, Elinore Pfeffer, befriended Hazel after meeting her through the Garden Club. I still have some of her art pieces. Candy & I also took a dance class together that was offered at the "Y". I am sorry to hear of your loss.
Susi-Q Lessor left a message on January 1, 2021:
It was truely my privilege to have shared in a part of Hazel's life. She was an absolute joy to have been accquainted with & brightened my days just sharing in hers. My sincere condolences to Bonnie & Ted & all of her family.
Belinda left a message on December 22, 2020:
Bonnie, Ted and family, Please accept our deepest condolences of Hazel's passing. Hazel and Harold were both very dear to me. I have so many fond memories of both of them. I will always cherish the times we spent together when I worked for them. They were both inseparable, funny as they enjoyed each others company very much. Hazel's last memories she left with me was the song she loved to sing. "How Much is that Doggy in the Window". Most often than not when I see a dog on a window, I chuckle and think of her and can vision Harold's big smile as she sung that song. She loved life so much as it reflected in her actions with people and through her smiles. I loved both your parents dearly and one day we will meet again. Thank you in short Ted and Bonnie for giving me the pleasure to serve your parents at a time of need. Belinda Gonzalez and family.
Ike Spangenberg left a message on December 17, 2020:
My sincere sympathies to Bonnie and Ted and family of Hazel. I must mention the fact that this lady lived to be an astounding 100 years old. We all will miss her and her late husband Hal.
Monique Whitcomb left a message on December 16, 2020:
I'm so sorry for your dear mother's passing Ted. She had a long gifted life. And cute as a bugs ear.
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Monique Whitcomb left a message on December 16, 2020:
I'm so sorry for your dear mother's passing Ted. She had a gifted long life. Cute as a bugs ear. I'm so sorry for your mother's passing Ted. She had a gifted long life .....and cute as a bugs ear.
Julie Anderson left a message on December 16, 2020:
Harold and Hazel were familiar faces at our Wednesday Night Live dinners at FUMC. Always smiling and friendly. Hazel was spunky and fun, and Harold was such a gentle soul. They really were a beautiful couple! What great memories your family can cherish. Blessings to you all.
Colleen and Peter Chiasson left a message on December 15, 2020:
Hazel enjoyed life and invited you to enjoy it as well. She always welcomed company and was an appreciative guest when she and Hal came to visit. Whether in Florida, Ontario, or Nova Scotia, you never knew what would transpire or what you would experience but you knew you were family and treated well. Bonnie and Ted will certainly miss her bouncy spirit and smile but I believe she lived a very full and satisfying life. She will be with Hal, Gordon and Grace and her parents now......a full family. God bless.
Peggy & John Williams left a message on December 15, 2020:
Hazel was an upbeat, good-natured lady, always ready to go and have fun. She was creative and talented. Every winter we would get together in Clearwater and enjoy either a meal, or travel to a fun art exhibition, but always just having a wonderful time together. We will have fond memories of Hazel and know she is kicking up her heels and dancing a jig with the rest of her clan in heaven. Our deepest sympathies to Bonnie and Ted and family.
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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