Hazel Irene Wilcox

02/12/1917 — 11/27/2001

From Pasco, WA, US | Born in Brady, Nebraska

Hazel Irene Wilcox

Hazel Irene Wilcox, 84, went to be with our Lord Jesus Christ on November 27, 2001. She was born in Brady, Nebraska, to Arthur and Lilla Jacox.

She is survived by her husband, Lloyd Wilcox, her daughters Gladys Hinkle Nolan, of Indianapolis, Indiana and Della Lee Larry of Burbank, Washington, 2 brothers, 13 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren and 4 great-great-grandchildren.

Preceding her in death was her son Vern Davis, 3 brothers, 3 sisters, a granddaughter-in-law, a son-in-law and first husband Alma Davis.

Hazel was a member of the Church of Christ and the Grange and has resided in the Tri-Cities area for 58 years. You will always be forever in our hearts. We love you.

Memorial services for family and special friends held at Riverview Church of Christ, 3221 W. Court Street, Pasco, Washington December 3, 2001 at 1:00 P.M. Inurnment will follow at 3:30 P.M. at Lower Valley Memorial Gardens, 7800 Belle Road, Sunnyside, Washington.

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  • Our love to Della and Larry and all the rest of the family. You have our best wishes.

    Joe & My Wilson
    November 4, 2014
    Wallula, WA, US
  • Richard and my sympathies go out to your whole family.

    Suzanne Campbell
    November 4, 2014
    Pasco, WA, US
  • Margaret Haproff
    November 4, 2014
    Toledo, OR, US
  • To My Mom… I love you now and forever… I will miss you terribly. Thinking of you often and knowing that you are finally at peace and with all the loved ones that passed before you.

    Much Love, Della & Larry

    To My Dad… I know what a loss this is for you, but we will all be here for you always to help in anyway we can. We love you dearly.

    To my Sister and family, this is a deep reminder that we are all we have left and hope we continue to be close and share all our lives together.

    FAMILY is what LOVE is all about!

    della.lee@worldnet.att.net
    November 4, 2014
    Burbank, WA, US
  • I will miss you Grandma and will always remember one of the many lessons you taught me in life. “It doesn’t matter what you call me as long as you say it with love and respect.”

    To my family, our loss is a great one and our memories will keep her forever alive in our hearts.

    Lena Wood
    November 4, 2014
    Umatilla, OR, US
  • Della you were such a little girl when I got maried and went to Indiana, and we were never close while we were young. We are all the family we have except for Dad.

    To Lloyd you have a great father and grandfatheranyone could ask for

    Gladys Hinkle
    November 4, 2014
    Benton, City, WA, US
  • It was our pleasure to have met and visited with Hazel. She was a special lady who now walks with the angels. Our sympathy goes out to her family as she will be missed greatly.

    Carol & Jerry Butcher
    November 4, 2014
    Chehalis, WA, US
  • A long time ago, an older gentelman told me, “God will never put more on your plate than you can handle.” Over the years I have found this to be true, over & over. Your pain from your loss is really great right now, but it will dim. As you remember their is no pain in Heaven!

    Love always!

    Leroy & Donna Harvill

    Leroy & Donna Harvill
    November 4, 2014
    Burbank, WA, US
  • Charles A. Hinkle
    November 4, 2014
    Indianapolis, IN, US
  • Last year all I wanted for Christmas was to see Grandma and Grandpa and that is what I got. I am so glad I did. I will miss you very much Grandma and I wish I could of seen you one more time. I will always charish the times we did have together. To Grandpa I love you and wish I was there to give you a big hug and kiss. Della and Mom I love you both and wish I was there with you. Love your Granddaughter Daisy

    Daisy and John Benedict
    November 4, 2014
    Goddard, KS, US
  • I know my mother, Clevanel, shares my condolences to all the family on Hazel’s passing. We remember Hazel’s smiles and love some hollering as if 1958 were just last week.

    Bill Hardman
    November 4, 2014
    Mehama, OR, US
  • mr.philip joseph hinkle sr.
    November 4, 2014
    indy, IN, US
  • It is hard to let her go, but she has left a lot of true friends with good memories.

    Hazel was there so many time for me as a teenager. She was my “Mother” for the Mothers Tea’s. She sewed a look a like skirt for Gladys and myself. We were so proud of them and wore them to school on the same day.

    Years later she was the angel who came to rescue of my family when our car broke down in Medford, OR. It was late at night we had six kids and thirteen dollars between us. Returning home from a trip to see Richard’s Mom and StepDad in CA. I hadn’t seen her in a while, so when I called and asked for help she and Lloyd came to our aid. She loaned us her station wagon and made sure our car was repaired. Then we drove back and traded.

    Her was a person with a warm heart willing to share what she had with other less fortunate.

    Netta Goodin
    November 4, 2014
    Pasco, WA, US
  • I love you Grandma

    Ted Wood
    November 4, 2014
    Umatilla, OR, US
  • Grandma, thank you for the fond memories you gave me…snoring in the camper when you took us to the coast, making protein candy when we came to visit, just to name a few and thank you for your love.

    I loved seeing the smile and laughter that McKenzie and Matthew brought to you when we’d come to visit.

    It is comforting for us to know that you are now in heaven and can be at peace.

    We love you forever.

    Ronda & Steve

    Ronda and Steve Caughey
    November 4, 2014
    Pasco, WA, US
  • Grandma you were the only grandma I have because of my dad passing away before i was born. We didn’t really get to know each other because of mom and dad living so far away from you but we did get to see you every other year. I’m so glad that my sister Darlynda got to know you and that Mom got to be with you more after dad retired. Sometimes I do wish that i got to know you better but I do know that you were there for some of your grandkids and they have fond memories of you. But you were my only grandmother so i loved you and i will miss you To my mom I know that your pain is for missing her but now she is in a better place. To my sister Darlynda Thank you so much for what you did for Grandma and Grandpa

    May Grandma rest in peace!!

    One of your many Granddaughters Danita Lutman

    Danita Lutman
    November 4, 2014
    Colfax, IL, US
  • Mom, I will miss you lots. We always enjoyed the visits when we came out from Indiana.

    You remember the time I was teasing you when you were frying chicken. I started to leave and then stopped and you poked me in the butt with your meat fork. Then had to pull it out. And you cried when you had to pull it out. Then you threw that fork away because you couldn’t stand it anymore.

    We loved you very much!!

    Love always your son-in-law,

    Nolan

    Henry Nolan Hinkle
    November 4, 2014
    Indianapolis, IN, US
  • Grandma, I will miss you greatly. I told Grandpa now he has all my time and he doesn’t have to share when I come to visit. I told him that I will probably go next door just out of habit. I will miss not going and painting your nails some bright color that would drive Della crazy lol. It was nice to be able to get a little closer with you these past few years. I was always the girl with the cold hands. I love you lots!!

    To Grandpa, Della & Mom,

    I know you will miss her lots. We all will. We love all of you very much!!

    Love always your grandaughter and grandson-in-law, & great grandchildren

    Darlynda, Troy, Richard & Heather

    Troy & Darlynda Klingele
    November 4, 2014
    Pasco, WA, US
  • Grandma,

    I wish I could of seen you more often. Thank you for teaching me how to play pinochle.

    My best memory is when we went out to Washington state, when you lived in Patterson. We had cold meatloaf sandwiches and we went out in the yard and we were laying on a blanket with you and grandpa. We ended up having a grass fight with the both of you.

    Love you lots and I wish things would have been different for us. Being around to share each others lives more often.

    Deanna & Mark Garnand
    November 4, 2014
    Lebanon, IN, US
  • I loved great-grandma very much. I loved to visit her and tease her, because she could always tease you back. She will be missed greatly my many.

    Heather Klingele
    November 4, 2014
    Pullman, WA, US
  • TO ALL THE FAMILY,YOU ARE IN OUR PRAYERS,AND EVEN THOUGH,I KNOW SHE IS IN A MUCH BETTER PLACE,SHE WILL BE SORELY MISSED.

    GEORGE AND SUE HINKLE
    November 4, 2014
    DANVILLE, IL, US
  • Even though i only met her twice, she still touch my heart with her grace and good character. She will be surely missed

    Stephanie Hinkle
    November 4, 2014
    Bloomington, IN, US
  • Our love to Della and Larry and all the rest of the family. You have our best wishes.

    Joe & My Wilson
    November 4, 2014
    Wallula, WA, US
  • Richard and my sympathies go out to your whole family.

    Suzanne Campbell
    November 4, 2014
    Pasco, WA, US
  • Margaret Haproff
    November 4, 2014
    Toledo, OR, US
  • To My Mom… I love you now and forever… I will miss you terribly. Thinking of you often and knowing that you are finally at peace and with all the loved ones that passed before you.

    Much Love, Della & Larry

    To My Dad… I know what a loss this is for you, but we will all be here for you always to help in anyway we can. We love you dearly.

    To my Sister and family, this is a deep reminder that we are all we have left and hope we continue to be close and share all our lives together.

    FAMILY is what LOVE is all about!

    della.lee@worldnet.att.net
    November 4, 2014
    Burbank, WA, US
  • I will miss you Grandma and will always remember one of the many lessons you taught me in life. “It doesn’t matter what you call me as long as you say it with love and respect.”

    To my family, our loss is a great one and our memories will keep her forever alive in our hearts.

    Lena Wood
    November 4, 2014
    Umatilla, OR, US
  • Della you were such a little girl when I got maried and went to Indiana, and we were never close while we were young. We are all the family we have except for Dad.

    To Lloyd you have a great father and grandfatheranyone could ask for

    Gladys Hinkle
    November 4, 2014
    Benton, City, WA, US
  • It was our pleasure to have met and visited with Hazel. She was a special lady who now walks with the angels. Our sympathy goes out to her family as she will be missed greatly.

    Carol & Jerry Butcher
    November 4, 2014
    Chehalis, WA, US
  • A long time ago, an older gentelman told me, “God will never put more on your plate than you can handle.” Over the years I have found this to be true, over & over. Your pain from your loss is really great right now, but it will dim. As you remember their is no pain in Heaven!

    Love always!

    Leroy & Donna Harvill

    Leroy & Donna Harvill
    November 4, 2014
    Burbank, WA, US
  • Charles A. Hinkle
    November 4, 2014
    Indianapolis, IN, US
  • Last year all I wanted for Christmas was to see Grandma and Grandpa and that is what I got. I am so glad I did. I will miss you very much Grandma and I wish I could of seen you one more time. I will always charish the times we did have together. To Grandpa I love you and wish I was there to give you a big hug and kiss. Della and Mom I love you both and wish I was there with you. Love your Granddaughter Daisy

    Daisy and John Benedict
    November 4, 2014
    Goddard, KS, US
  • I know my mother, Clevanel, shares my condolences to all the family on Hazel’s passing. We remember Hazel’s smiles and love some hollering as if 1958 were just last week.

    Bill Hardman
    November 4, 2014
    Mehama, OR, US
  • mr.philip joseph hinkle sr.
    November 4, 2014
    indy, IN, US
  • It is hard to let her go, but she has left a lot of true friends with good memories.

    Hazel was there so many time for me as a teenager. She was my “Mother” for the Mothers Tea’s. She sewed a look a like skirt for Gladys and myself. We were so proud of them and wore them to school on the same day.

    Years later she was the angel who came to rescue of my family when our car broke down in Medford, OR. It was late at night we had six kids and thirteen dollars between us. Returning home from a trip to see Richard’s Mom and StepDad in CA. I hadn’t seen her in a while, so when I called and asked for help she and Lloyd came to our aid. She loaned us her station wagon and made sure our car was repaired. Then we drove back and traded.

    Her was a person with a warm heart willing to share what she had with other less fortunate.

    Netta Goodin
    November 4, 2014
    Pasco, WA, US
  • I love you Grandma

    Ted Wood
    November 4, 2014
    Umatilla, OR, US
  • Grandma, thank you for the fond memories you gave me…snoring in the camper when you took us to the coast, making protein candy when we came to visit, just to name a few and thank you for your love.

    I loved seeing the smile and laughter that McKenzie and Matthew brought to you when we’d come to visit.

    It is comforting for us to know that you are now in heaven and can be at peace.

    We love you forever.

    Ronda & Steve

    Ronda and Steve Caughey
    November 4, 2014
    Pasco, WA, US
  • Grandma you were the only grandma I have because of my dad passing away before i was born. We didn’t really get to know each other because of mom and dad living so far away from you but we did get to see you every other year. I’m so glad that my sister Darlynda got to know you and that Mom got to be with you more after dad retired. Sometimes I do wish that i got to know you better but I do know that you were there for some of your grandkids and they have fond memories of you. But you were my only grandmother so i loved you and i will miss you To my mom I know that your pain is for missing her but now she is in a better place. To my sister Darlynda Thank you so much for what you did for Grandma and Grandpa

    May Grandma rest in peace!!

    One of your many Granddaughters Danita Lutman

    Danita Lutman
    November 4, 2014
    Colfax, IL, US
  • Mom, I will miss you lots. We always enjoyed the visits when we came out from Indiana.

    You remember the time I was teasing you when you were frying chicken. I started to leave and then stopped and you poked me in the butt with your meat fork. Then had to pull it out. And you cried when you had to pull it out. Then you threw that fork away because you couldn’t stand it anymore.

    We loved you very much!!

    Love always your son-in-law,

    Nolan

    Henry Nolan Hinkle
    November 4, 2014
    Indianapolis, IN, US
  • Grandma, I will miss you greatly. I told Grandpa now he has all my time and he doesn’t have to share when I come to visit. I told him that I will probably go next door just out of habit. I will miss not going and painting your nails some bright color that would drive Della crazy lol. It was nice to be able to get a little closer with you these past few years. I was always the girl with the cold hands. I love you lots!!

    To Grandpa, Della & Mom,

    I know you will miss her lots. We all will. We love all of you very much!!

    Love always your grandaughter and grandson-in-law, & great grandchildren

    Darlynda, Troy, Richard & Heather

    Troy & Darlynda Klingele
    November 4, 2014
    Pasco, WA, US
  • Grandma,

    I wish I could of seen you more often. Thank you for teaching me how to play pinochle.

    My best memory is when we went out to Washington state, when you lived in Patterson. We had cold meatloaf sandwiches and we went out in the yard and we were laying on a blanket with you and grandpa. We ended up having a grass fight with the both of you.

    Love you lots and I wish things would have been different for us. Being around to share each others lives more often.

    Deanna & Mark Garnand
    November 4, 2014
    Lebanon, IN, US
  • I loved great-grandma very much. I loved to visit her and tease her, because she could always tease you back. She will be missed greatly my many.

    Heather Klingele
    November 4, 2014
    Pullman, WA, US
  • TO ALL THE FAMILY,YOU ARE IN OUR PRAYERS,AND EVEN THOUGH,I KNOW SHE IS IN A MUCH BETTER PLACE,SHE WILL BE SORELY MISSED.

    GEORGE AND SUE HINKLE
    November 4, 2014
    DANVILLE, IL, US
  • Even though i only met her twice, she still touch my heart with her grace and good character. She will be surely missed

    Stephanie Hinkle
    November 4, 2014
    Bloomington, IN, US
  • We will miss her & we will awlays love her.

    Dennis,Izzy,Abby Demaree
    November 4, 2014
    Lebanon, IN, US
  • To Grandma:

    I will miss you and always remember you and the good times we had together and every time we played a game and I won, how you would say I cheated. I will miss that, but I will miss you the most.

    Angelique Wood
    November 4, 2014
    Umatilla, OR, US
  • Aunt Hazel gave me my first salmon fishing pole and I still have that pole.

    Dean Bomar
    November 4, 2014
    Vancouver, WA, US
  • Aunt Hazel

    She was one of the most inportant people in my young life. She made cimamon roll that were the best. I remember Happy the dog and her flower gardens I love you and miss you. Uncle Lloyd we love Judy….

    Judy Bomar De Stael
    November 4, 2014
    Vancouver, WA, US
  • Our deepest sympathy is with you. Your Mom, Grandmother and friend has gone to a better place and one day all her loved ones will see her again. Our love and prayers are with all of you. John & Rose

    John & Rose Caughey
    November 4, 2014
    Kennewick, WA, US
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