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Hazel M. Smith

Born: Tue., Aug. 3, 1920
Died: Thu., Nov. 5, 2009

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Mrs. Hazel M. Smith, 89, of Pittsburgh, passed away at 7:30 PM, Thursday, November 5th, 2009 peacefully at UPMC Shadyside. Formerly of South Buffalo Twp.

Hazel was born in NuMine, PA on August 3, 1920, the daughter of the late W. Sharp and Leota (Pryor) Jewart. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church Freeport, PA 16229.

She worked at Edgar's Jewelers and other stores in the area in the jewelry dept. for over for 25 years. She enjoyed jigsaw puzzles, poetry, gardening and her dog, Abigail. She loved working with jewelry

Hazel was the widow of William C. Smith who passed in 2005. She is survived by her 2 daughters; L. Patricia ( Harry "Bud" )Toy of Big River, CA and Pohla E. Smith (Evan Pattak) of Pittsburgh. 2 grandsons; Erick Toy, Sr. and Kirk (Linda) Toy. 3 great-grandsons Erick Jr. Kirk and Ryan Toy. Brother Paul (Glenna Mae) Jewart of Ford City.

She is preceded in death by her infant brother, James Jewart.

Family and friends are being received on Sunday Nov. 8th from 12-1 p.m. in the Redmond Funeral Home Inc. 524 High St. Freeport, PA

A Funeral Service will be held at in the funeral home at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 8th, with Rev. James F. Neal officiating.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to;
Charles Morris Nursing and Rehab. 200 Jhf Dr. Pittsburgh, PA 15217 or Animal Rescue League of Western PA 6620 Hamilton Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15206

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Pat (Thorpe) Kulas

PAT AND BUD, I AM SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS, AND I OFFER MY SYMPATHY AND PRAYERS FOR PEACE OF MIND.....YOU ARE NOT FORGOTTEN....

Eleanor (Rusty) Burkett

My sympathy on the loss of your Mom, Pat and Bud.

Barbara Resetar Fleischer

I did Hazel's hair in the early '60s in Natrona Heights. She was a lovely and strong woman and has stayed in my mind all these years. I send my sympathy on her passing but know that her spirit lives on in the lives of her family.

RICH and CAROL CUMMINGS

OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU. HAZEL WAS A VERY DEAR LADY AND WAS ONE THE FIRST FRIENDS I HAD WHEN I MOVED TO THE HEIGHTS. I WILL NEVER FORGET HER. GOD BLESS AND GRANT YOU PEACE.

Grace McQueen

Dear Pohla, Pat,

Your Mom would come down and visit me and we'd talk about our husbands, both in homes.Yes, she had her oppinions, but usually she was right! May you both take joy in that she was a good and STRONG Mother. God Bless all of you.




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