Hazel Louise Conner was born February 13, 1936, in Meridian, Mississippi to Oscar Eugene and Hattie Beatrice McGlothlin, who preceded her in death. At an early age, Hazel found her love for serving the Lord. She was an avid churchgoer.
In 1972, Hazel and her family moved to San Diego, California, where she made many friends that became family. She loved her church home Salem Baptist Church, where she attended for ten years. Her love and devotion for God outweighed all else!
For most of her adult life, Hazel was a caregiver. She worked for various families in San Diego, California, providing love and care. Love is the one thing she could never unlearn. After raising two sets of children, she fulfilled a need and adopted her six grandchildren, again displaying never ending love. Hazel loved her family dearly and did anything she could to assist them.was like a true angel walking this earth.
On January 20, 2022, at 9:45 pm, God noticed a beautiful rose in full bloom. That rose was Hazel L Conner. God plucked this rose and took it home. Preceding her in death, her, Oscar Eugene, and Hattie Beatrice McGlothlin, sisters Juanita Marie McGlothlin, Mother Velma C. Cole, Azzie Lee Glover, Barbara Flynn Clayton, and Sylvia Brookins, brothers Tomi Lee, James Curtis, Walter Henry, and John henry McGlothlin. Hazel is also welcomed in at Heaven’s gates by her daughters Janice Hardy, Constance Akers, Jovandra W., and a grandson, Louis Acevedo.
She leaves to cherish her heart felt love, two daughters, Frieda Szeto, Anita, and son Kerry Whitlock. Sister-in-law Addie Lee McGlothlin. Twenty-five grandchildren, a host of great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other family members and friends
Hazel will always be remembered for her outgoing personality; she could befriend anyone no matter age or race. She had such witty remarks and responses. Most of all, we will miss her cooking! If you have not had her cheddar cheese biscuits, you have clearly missed out on a special treat. We love you Hazel, but God loved you more.
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