Hazel Virginia Williams

Sunrise: June 9, 1927

Sunset: February 12, 2024
Viewing Tuesday, February 20, 2024 2:00pm - 6:00pm Metropolitan Funeral Service 7246 Granby Street Norfolk, VA 23505 Service COME IN PERSON OR WATCH SERVICE LIVE ONLINE Wednesday, February 21, 2024 11:00am Metropolitan Funeral Service Granby Chapel Interment Roosevelt Memorial Park 1101 Campostella Road Chesapeake, VA 23320

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    Chinita Webb says

    Aunt Hazel so beautiful inside and out you always let me know how much you loved me and encouraged me uplifted me I could go on and on you will truly be missed I can hold on to so many good times and memories especially when you let me know I should of been raised with your boys I love you rest well Auntie 💖

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    Brenda Wright-Owens says

    Ms Hazel was my neighbor, my cousin, and my friend who will truly be missed. I’d always refer to her as the mother who raised 7 boys who all had college degrees. She was so proud of this fact. Meet up with Mr. Mickey and bask in the glory that you are together again. You’ve left a legacy that you should be proud of.

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    Ann Gourdine, Esquire says

    Mrs. Williams did what God commanded by being a devoted wife and loving mother to her nine sons. She moved through this life with Grace and Honor. I pray constantly for the good that her life embodied. I’m sure you are with our Lord and Savior. May your life be an inspiration to many.

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    Nannette Huff says

    I met Mrs. Hazel through your daughter in love, Kim Williams. From there onwards it was truly wonderful knowing you! Your warm smiles and thoughtfulness will be dearly missed by all who knew you.

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    Angie Palmer says

    I enjoyed spending the time that I did with you. You were a very sweet and funny person. I love you….. Aunt Hazel you will truly be missed… 😢

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    Laura Boone says

    Aunt Hazel,
    You and Uncle Mickey always treated us, the Batts family, as your family. I loved when our family would visit and spend a few nights with you. Take your rest.
    Laura Batts Boone

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    Susie says

    Ms. Hazel and her family has been our family friends for more years than I can remember. We have visited with each other, shopped together, and of course had many meals. I remember the time when we were at her home and she let my youngest daughter drive her car. She and her husband were special people. I will miss our phone conversations and the laughs we had. We have to remember that God knows best. Love to all, Susie Travers and family 💕

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