Doris Hazard

Doris Hazard

Thursday, March 14th, 2019

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Obituary for Doris Hazard

Doris Ann Hazard passed on peacefully, surrounded by her loving family March 14, 2019

Born October 14, 1937 in Shelby, NC. a daughter of the late Paul and Dorothy Walker. She was the devoted wife of the late Raymond Hazard and the long time companion of the late Nathaniel Page. Doris leaves behind her loving children whom she adored Glenda Ann, Michael Anthony and Charleen Ella-Louise Hazard. She was predeceased by one son Rodney Calvin Hazard and was the adopted mother of two, Kevin Richard and Temple Jean Varella all of Providence, Rhode Island. She was predeceased by her brothers Paul Everett and Randolph Walker. She was also predeceased by two sisters Carol Pettey and Lucille (Walker) Choate. She is also survived by her seven adoring grandchildren, twelve great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews along with a host of loving friends by whom she will be sorely missed and never forgotten.

Doris was educated in the Rhode Island School System and worked in the medical assistant field for most of her life. She later dedicated her life to caring for her children around the clock. Doris was a pillar of her community, always willing to help the less fortunate, not passing judgement on anyone. Doris will always be remembered by her loving spirit and her heart of gold.
Family and friends are welcome to attend the Repass Service. To be held at Esmond Village 6 Sebille Road, Smithfield, Rhode Island on Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 1pm.

In lieu of flowers all donations can be made to the American Cancer Society or the charity of your choice.

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Oh my God I am so sorry for your Loss Doris was one of the best people you could ever know. My prayers go out to the family Kammie
Comment | Posted at 12:15am via Condolence


There is so much sorrow in the world. But the death of our loved ones brings the deepest sorrow of all. Please accept my condolences. May God’s promise to help you through this difficult time bring you peace (Isaiah 41:10) and his promise for the future (John 5:28, 29) give you a wonderful hope.
Comment | Posted at 08:30am via Condolence

Kevin Varella Sr

Auntie mom your ❤️is installed in me 4ever, you taught me the true meaning of how to be a gentleman.
Comment | Posted at 12:13pm via Condolence

Kevin Varella Sr

To my Auntie mom, when you talk about love a picture should be right beside that word in the dictionary she loved me and my sister as if we were her very own she can never be replaced I love you with all my heart yes. Your son Kevin
Comment | Posted at 12:09pm via Condolence

Janice Hazard

To Doris my best friend who was like and older sister to me we shared a very special bond you will be loved and remembered every day always in my heart and prayers till we meet again someday over the rainbow Love your little sister Betty no one will ever take your place .
Comment | Posted at 03:52pm via Condolence

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