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October 5, 2000

OBITUARY - HAZEL (WAUGH) JACKSON

Hazel WAUGH grew up at Redding [IA] and graduated from Redding high school in 1928. She graduated from Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls in 1931. She taught in Ringgold county schools for three years. In 1936, she was married to Luther Earl JACKSON of Grant City, Missouri and lived the next 61 years on a farm in Worth county, Missouri. Hazel was active as a 4-H leader for many years while her children were growing up. She later worked for Grant City Manufacturing Company. She also did mending for Grant City Nursing Home for many years. Hazel was a news correspondent for the Times Tribune for several years. Hazel was a lifelong member of the Middle Fork Methodist Church [near Redding IA]. She taught Sunday school for many years. She was always a willing worker for her church. She was an avid gardener and loved to care for all plants, flowers and animals. She was a loving mother and grandmother and had made a special quilt for each of her grandchildren.

Hazel was preceded in death by her parents, Charles and Matilda WAUGH; husband Earl; son-in-law Doyle AUSTIN; brother Clifton WAUGH; and three sisters, Ferne JACKSON, Glenna WAUGH and Flora Belle WAUGH.

OBITUARY - HAZEL MAE (WAUGH) JACKSON

Hazel Mae WAUGH was born December 27, 1910 on the family farm near Redding, Iowa. She was the youngest child of Charles M. and Matilda (GLENDENNING) WAUGH.

Hazel grew up at Redding and graduated from Redding high school in 1928. She graduated from Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls in 1931. She taught in Ringgold county schools for three years.

In 1936, she was married to Luther Earl JACKSON of Grant City, Missouri and lived the next 61 years on a farm in Worth county, Missouri. Hazel was active as a 4-H leader for many years while her children were growing up. She later worked for Grant City Manufacturing Company. She also did mending for Grant City Nursing Home for many years. Hazel was a news correspondent for the Times Tribune for several years.

Hazel was a lifelong member of the Middle Fork Methodist Church. She taught Sunday school for many years. She was always a willing worker for her church. She was an avid gardener and loved to care for all plants, flowers and animals. She was a loving mother and grandmother and had made a special quilt for each of her grandchildren.

Hazel was preceded in death by her parents, Charles and Matilda WAUGH; husband Earl; son-in-law Doyle AUSTIN; brother Clifton WAUGH; and three sisters, Ferne JACKSON, Glenna WAUGH and Flora Belle WAUGH.

Survivors include two sons, Charles and wife Melba of Clearfield, Iowa and Wendell and wife Joan of Redding; five daughters, Virginia AUSTIN and friend Doug DEWAELE of Missouri Valley, Iowa, Frances FINE and husband Marvin of Red Oak, Iowa, Janet DERBY and husband Al of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Carolyn SHUPE and husband Roger of Cameron, Missouri and Linda JACKSON of Mount Ayr; a sister Odean KRAFT of Winnetka, Illinois; 15 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.

Services were held Tuesday, October 3, 2000 at Wilson-Watson & Armstrong Funeral Home of Mount Ayr with Reverend Michael DRUHL officiating. Providing music were Ginny EIGHMY, Mary TRULLINGER and Margaret BICKERS. Casket bearers were Kevin JACKSON, Douglas AUSTIN, Robert DERBY, Vincent JACKSON, Chris FINE and Trent SHUPE. Honorary pallbearers were Todd JACKSON, Curt JACKSON, Erin JACKSON, Clinton FINE, Andrea LEONARD, Darren AUSTIN, Deanna BOESE, Cassie SHUPE and Cayla SHUPE.

Hazel was laid to rest in the Middle Fork Cemetery, Redding.

SOURCE: genealogybuff.com

Transciption by Sharon R. Becker, June of 2010

To submit your Ringgold County obituaries, contact Sharon R. Becker at
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