|Birth: ||Dec. 30, 1919|
|Death: ||Dec. 18, 2002|
Hazel Cleo McAlister, 82, daughter of John Oscar and Sadie Alvina Hill Hazlitt, was born Dec. 30, 1919, at Palestine, Texas. She died Dec. 18, 2002, at Houston House Nursing Center in Houston, Missouri, where she had been a resident for two years.
She married Burley McAlister Sept. 9, 1985. Mrs. McAlister loved caring for her home, cooking, gardening and being outdoors. She enjoyed yard sales and visiting friends. The McAlisters could be seen in the donut shop almost daily visiting with friends as long as her health permitted.
Surviving are her husband; son, Robert Michael "Rob" Minnella; stepson, James Burley McAlister; daughters, Janice Minnella, Cheryle Pedlar, and Judith Griffin; stepdaughter, Roberta Ruth Hart; and brother, William Henry "Bill" Hazlitt.
Services were Dec. 23 at the Evans Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Wesley Wallace officiating. Burial was in the Ozark Cemetery.
(Houston Herald, Houston, Texas County, Missouri, 20 Dec 2003)
Hazel and Lester Forrest Sweat were married about 1937. Their children were, Johnnie Eugenia, Edward Leighton, and Richard Thomas. Edward and Richard were adopted by Mr. & Mrs. Lathrop.
Hazel and Michael Arthur Minnella were married in 1948. Their children were, Patricia Elizabeth, Robert Michael, Janice Mary, Judith Eve, and Cheryle Ann.
John Oscar Hazlitt (1875 - 1939)
Sadie Alvina Hill Pruett (1898 - 1971)
Lester Forrest Sweat (1916 - 1968)
Michael A Minnella (1912 - 1971)
Burley McAlister (1922 - 2005)*
Johnnie Eugenia Sweat Lee (1938 - 2005)*
Patricia Elizabeth Minnella Rasmussen (1950 - 1998)*
daughter Hazlitt (____ - 1904)**
Oscar James Hazlitt (1914 - 1996)*
Minnie Belle Hazlitt (1916 - 1918)*
John Junior Hazlitt (1918 - 1980)*
Hazel Cleo Hazlitt McAlister (1919 - 2002)
Reynolds Carlyle Hazlitt (1922 - 1987)*
Charles Raymond Hazlitt (1923 - 1980)*
William Henry Hazlitt (1925 - 2006)*
Maintained by: Janice Minnella
Originally Created by: Bernard-Trigg
Record added: Sep 05, 2006
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May you rest in peace my beautiful, loving, and supportive mother. I have many wonderful memories of you to sustain me through the challenges and triumphs of my life. What a glorious day it will be to someday be reunited with you!|
Added: Feb. 6, 2011
You were an amazing grandma. I can't wait to one day see you again.|
Added: Jan. 18, 2011
My search to find you has led me here and I see that you were beautiful and loved. I only wish our paths could have crossed before. I wondered and loved you from afar as you were a great mystery to me all of my life. From your son Edward's Daughter, She...(Read more)|
Added: Jan. 5, 2011
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