In Tribute JEANNE K. HAZEL
HAZEL, Jeanne K. age 85, of Butler Twp., died peacefully at her home on Saturday, January 14th, 2023, surrounded by her family. She was born May 14th, 1937, in Dayton, Ohio to W. Eugene and Helen L. Baker. Jeanne was a 1955 graduate of Fairview High School, and 1959 graduate of Bowling Green State University. She married her college sweetheart Neil W. Hazel on June 21, 1959. Using her degree in Home Economics, Jeanne taught in Cincinnati, Franklin Monroe and Northmont Schools. She enjoyed bowling at Thunderbowl and playing bridge over the years with her friends. Jeanne was a member of Shiloh Church, Miami Valley Golf Club, and Ohio Eastern Star. She served numerous years on The Woman’s Board of Dayton Children’s Hospital, The Friends of Aullwood and Progressive Mothers Club. Jeanne’s passion for children allowed her to participate in several local literacy programs. She was a devoted, loving wife of 63 years to Neil W. Hazel; a wonderful Mom to Brenda J. (Rick) Snider of Butler Twp., Becky L. (Brad) Nischwitz of Clayton, William E. “Bill” (Tina) Hazel of Bradenton, FL; Grandma to Katie (Jon) Leavell, Abby (Brett) Robinson, Carly (Tyler) McConnell, Grant Hazel, Julia Hazel, Brooke (Michael) Louis and Blake Nischwitz; and the best Gigi to Cooper, Harrison, Graham, Elle, Parker, Jack, Cohen, Rosie, Owen and Hazel; sister to Joyce Dulaney of Phoenix, AZ, and several nieces, nephews, family and friends. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, January 18th, 2023, at Baker-Hazel and Snider Funeral Home, 5555 Philadelphia Dr at N. Main St., which her parents founded in 1941. Officiated by Reverend Jay McMillen. Interment Shiloh Park Cemetery. The family will receive friends Tuesday, Jan. 17th from 4 to 7 p.m. at the funeral home. If desired, contributions in Jeanne's memory may be made to Dayton Children’s Hospital, Shriners Children’s Ohio or Friends of Aullwood. Online condolences for the family may be sent to www.bakerhazelsnider.com.
Obituary for Robert Allen Penberthy Bob died peacefully at Alta Bates Hospital after a prolonged illness. Bob was born in San Diego California to loving parents John A. and Leah R. Penberthy (deceased).
Bob worked at the Richmond Independent newspaper, the Oakland Tribune as a District Advisor, until closure, and later worked at Hertz Rental Car until Retirement.
Bob loved his family, friends, and also loved old cars, especially his Valiant. Bob is survived by his Domestic Partner Susan Davis, his brother John Penberthy (spouse Susan Brahan, nieces Megan and Mollie), ex-wife Nedra Kohlberg and his daughter Renee Schultz (spouse Mike; Grandchildren: Vanessa Kendrick and spouse James; Sabrina Gullotto. Great granddaughter, Alani Kendrick) and son Jeffery Penberthy (spouse Rachel Penberthy; Grandchildren: Andrew Penberthy (deceased), Chloe Penberthy).
There will be a viewing and grave site service on Tuesday July 25. The viewing will be from 9 to 11 AM, and the grave site service will be at 11 AM. A reception is planned.
In lieu of flowers, a memorial gift may be sent to Diann Shaddox Foundation for Essential Tremor, 241 Boxelder Drive, Aiken, SC 29803. The non-profit work of Diann Shaddox for ET can be found on her web pageDiannShaddoxFoundation.org
For more information go to: http://www.sunsetviewcemetery.com/obituaries/Robert-Penberthy/#!/Obituary
JUL 25. 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Sunset View Mortuary
Colusa and Fairmount Avenues
El Cerrito, CA, US
Sunset View Cemetery Association
101 Colusa Avenue
El Cerrito, CA, 94530
A tribute to my son Rick who died of a cancerous stage-four brain tumor May 20, 2014.
I want to say an immense thank you to all my family and friends. The outpouring of support, prayers and love my family has received during this difficult time has been a blessing. My son’s life was ended way to quick and the question of why will never be answered. I learned when I was very young that trying to find the answer of why a tragedy happens is a waste of precious time. I taught my son to live his life to the fullest and he lived more in his short life than many people live in a lifetime. I believe we all have a purpose in life.
My son touched so many people lives giving them smiles from his laughter, a strong shoulder to lean on, and he left them with joy and a drive to continue and never give up no matter what life throws at you. My son won’t ever be gone since his memory will live in my heart forever. Being a writer I will keep his stories alive to tell his children and anyone who will listen. Stories that will make you laugh, cry, and bring out the love deep inside of you.
There is a simple message I want to leave with everyone, smile more often, let the little things in life that bother you disappear, live each day of your life to the fullest, and tell your loved ones how much you love them. I don’t have the magic button to take the sorrow and pain away, but my life will continue on, whether it is for one more day, month, or many, many years, and I will always remember my sweet baby boy.