|Birth: ||May 23, 1914|
San Diego County
|Death: ||Aug. 22, 2007|
San Diego County
Hazel Ruth was born to George Edward and Harriet Evelyn Courser. She was the first of three children; Dorothy Grace, and George Allen Courser. She was raised in North Park and was in the first class to graduate from Herbert Hoover High school in 1932.
She worked for a time for the Boy Scouts of America where she met her husband Edward Ott. They were married in 1938. They had a son Edward Allen Ott in 1941. They lived on Sutter Street in Mission Hills for many years. They then moved to La Mesa and that is where they continued to live until Hazel's husband died in 2001. They had been married for 63 years at the time of his death.
Their son Edward graduated from San Diego State University and became an officer in the United States Army.
Proceeding her in death are her parents: George Edward(1961) and Harriet Evelyn(Wieland)(1983) Courser.
Her husband: Edward Ott.
Her siblings: George Allen Courser(1999), and Dorothy Grace(Courser)(2000)Hahn.
Left to celebrate her life are her son Edward Allen and daughter in law Beth Ott.
Grandchildren: Christopher and Catherine Ott.
Her sister in law: Dorothy (Sands) Courser
Nieces: Janet Ruth (Hahn) Oyler and Joan Marie (Hahn) Wietzel, Anne Marie (Courser) Hiskes, Catherine Mary(Courser) Banker, Mary Courser, Margaret(Courser) Fitzgerald, Patricia (Courser) Swartwood.
Nephews: George Francis, Anthony Christopher, Francis X., and Thomas Courser.
She also leaves many, many grand nieces and nephews to celebrate her life.
Thank You Edward for sharing your mom with me. I can never tell you how much it has meant to myself and my children. She was indeed a very bright light in a life that at times saw alot of darkness. Again Edward, Thank You.
Aunt Hazel was a one of a kind. A woman who every young girl and boy would yearn to have as her or his own. She gave so much of herself to her parents, husband, son,her grandchildren, her siblings, and of course her nieces and nephews. And never did she expect anything in return.
There are not enough words in the English language to describe this beautiful woman. She was one in a million and we were/are very lucky to have been bless to have her in our family.
Thank you Aunt Hazel for choosing our family to grace. You are the reason I am the woman I am today.
Please have a wonderful forever.
Created by: Janet Oyler
Record added: Sep 09, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21461279
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My Dearest Aunt Hazel: I think of you each day and remember the beautiful roses you use to bring me from your garden. I miss you so. Thank you for all the love you showered on me. Love, Janet|
Added: Sep. 1, 2009
Dearest Aunt Hazel: A year has past since you made your journey. I just want you to know how very much you meant/mean to me still. I think of you often and do have such wonderful memories. Bless your memory always. Love; Janet|
Added: Aug. 22, 2008
Happy Birthday Dearest Aunt; I will always remember the beauty of you. Thank you for all your love, Janet|
Added: May. 21, 2008
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