Hazel L Fosnaught, 95, of Wayne Twp.passed away Monday, January 21, 2019 at the Heritage Valley Hospital in Beaver following a short illness.
Born February 8, 1923 in Frisco, she was the daughter of the late Archie and Garnett Lewis Powell. She was married to Eugene W. Fosnaught Sr. for 48 years when he passed away March 17, 1990.
Hazel retired as the store manager from Lawson’s Grocery Store in Ellwood City. She was a member of the Chewton Christian Church and a lifetime member of the Chewton Fire Department Auxiliary. Hazel was an avid Pirate fan and enjoyed crocheting, camping, and collecting owls. Her most cherished time was spent with family.
Survivors include two daughters, Carol Blackwell of Frisco, Janet Hottel of Tulsa, Oklahoma; two sons, Eugene W. “Fuzzy” (Peggy) Fosnaught Jr. of Darlington, Richard C. Fosnaught of Glendale, Arizona; two sisters, Betty Ippolito of Wampum, Erma Rossi of Tionesta, PA; one brother, William (Georgie) Powell of Chewton; 8 grandchildren, and 12 great grandchildren.
In addition to her parents and husband, Hazel was preceded in death by three sisters, Edna Smith, Patty Cox, and Joyce George, and a grandson, Chad Hottel. .
Visiting hours will be held on Thursday, January 24 from 3 pm until the time of the funeral service at 7 pm at the Marshall Funeral Home 341 Main Street Wampum. Stacey Cox will officiate.
Online condolences may be sent to marshallsfh.com.
?I am so sorry Fuzzy…..My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Take Care my friend.
So sorry for your loss. Hazel was a special lady!
I am so sorry for your loss. I remember Hazel as such a spunky lady! It was always such fun to visit her and your dad when I lived in the area and my kids were little. She was always ready with something good to eat! Rest In Peace dear Hazel..
Sincere and heartfelt sympathy are being sent your way for the los of such an endeared family member. Her funeral should be a celebration of life as her obituary and postings reflect a lady who both loved and enjoyed life while leaving awesome memories in the hearts of birth family and others throughout life. R.I.P. Dear Hazel. ? Job well done❤️
The lord took from so many a loving and compassionate woman. I thank her so much for so much knowledge she gave me. She welcomed my children as her grandchildren with love and care. My heart aches to know that you are no longer here with us, and know that you will be missed so very much. She gave me her son for 13 years and taught me so much that my mother wasn’t able to do. I will miss you hazel, and I wish someone would have told me when you left.