Daughter of of William R. and Elmira (Fulk) Waggoner. She suffered from Tuberculosis as a child and moved with her parents to Jasonville from their Owen County farm when thir home there burned. Hazel lived with her mother until her death in 1945 and then in a small house on Sycamore Street that was divided into two apartments. She was a seamstress until she entered a nursing home at Lyons. Hazel was a kind soul who never drove and was known for her excellent cooking and particularly for her cakes, pies and candy. "Aunt Hazel" was beloved by her numerous nieces and nephews.