Hazel Lea Doll

Hazel Lea Doll
 Hazel Lea Doll, 87,  was born October 20th, 1931 to Sintha Lurene Jewell Woodrum and William Anthony Woodrum of Prairie Home, Nebraska. Hazel passed away in her home in Fristoe Missouri Monday, February 5th, 2018. 
Hazel had two sisters, Francis Van Hoecke and Sandra J. Shoemaker, both deceased. She also had three brothers, William A. Woodrum, Samuel Woodrum, Edward R. Shoemaker whom are also deceased.
She leaves behind her loving husband of 50 years, Wayne F. Doll, three children, Berkley, Cynthia and Herb, Three step-children David, Dan and Dalene, 17 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and two brothers, Dennis P. and Donald Shoemaker.
Hazel received her bachelor’s degree and attended Glamour Tress School of Cosmetology. She enjoyed ballroom dancing which she and Wayne taught. She had many talents some of which were painting, ceramics, cross stitch, crochet, quilting, flower gardening, decorating for Christmas and more. Her favorite of all of these were quilting, which she made special quilts for her family and charity.
The iris, out of all the flowers, were her favorite and she loved moving her flowers, wherever her heart desired, which was a lot easier on Wayne then moving household furniture wherever her heart desired. Every Christmas Hazel would add to her inside and outside decorations not without the help of Wayne. She was pleased to see people drive slowly by to look at her Christmas scenes and decorations. She enjoyed sharing her knowledge of her arts and crafts with friends and family.
Hazel enjoyed playing Uno, Wahoo, crossword puzzles, reading Romance Books, putting picture puzzles together, reading the Bible and cooking. She would always put her own spin on recipes, if they were to Wayne’s liking she would note that and share these recipes with others.
Hazel had two double bypasses and a pacemaker  and at the end of her life she suffered from Alzheimer’s, yet she would always remember to say when asked “How are you Mom?” She would reply “I’m fine as frog hair. How are you?”
Funeral services were held at 2:00 P.M., Monday, February 12, 2018, at the Reser Funeral Home with Rev. Jason McCray officiating. Visitation began at 1:00 P.M., Monday prior to services at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the Benton County Cancer Fund in care of the Reser Funeral Home, Warsaw. Final resting place will be Concord Cemetery, Fristoe, MO.
Due to weather conditions there was no formal graveside service. All were invited for refreshments and sharing memories, at the Fristoe Community Building following funeral services at 3:00 PM.