Hazel E. Palovik, 92, died July 20, 2020 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Her viewing will be held from 3:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Friday July, 24, 2020 at Strode Funeral Home in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Her graveside service will begin at 10:30 a.m. Monday, July 27, 2020 at Fairlawn Cemetery in Cushing, Oklahoma. Face coverings are respectfully required to be worn. Strode Funeral Home and Cremation is in charge of arrangements.
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She was born on June 13, 1928 to Frank and Nina Adams in Longrun, Missouri. She was married to Edwin David Palovik on July 02, 1949 in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Hazel was married to Ed Palovik for a lovely 49 years and had six children, Edwin David Palovik II. married to Danna Palovik and had 2 children, Edwin David Palovik the III and Heather Cook (Palovik). Daughter, Peggy Schuller no children. Daughter, Kay Hutton who has 2 children. Daughter, Amber Murdock married to Will Murdock with 2 children, Piper and Max, Daughter Daniel Masingale married to Dustin with 2 children, Jake and John. Son, Mark Palovik married Jackie Palovik with 3 children, Chris, Matthew and Sarah. Son, Phillip Palovik no children.
Daughter, Jennifer Domenico with 2 children, Michelle and Teresa.
Hazel is preceded in death by Edwin David Palovik Sr, Edwin David Palovik II, Peggy Schuller and Phil Palovik.
Hazel spent the last couple of years at Brookdale Assisted Living. She enjoyed many girls' nights with her family. The weekly rounds of bingo, she normally always won the pot of candy she would share with the children visiting the complex. Visits and getting out to see the countryside with car rides through town with family. Visits from all who would drive in from far meant so much to her. Naturally, everyone would bring her favorite foods to her, chicken and fish plus a few other items. She was very happy in her room with a window where she could always see who was coming and going as well as enjoying the birds that would come by for some seed. She always looked forward to her weekly visits from family and friends. Hazel was so loved by all and the Brookdale staff treated her as a queen from all the caring nurses to her favorite hairdresser.
Hazel was always so proud of all of her kids and many grandkids as well as great grandkids. She enjoyed hearing all about what everyone was up to and seeing pictures of her loved ones. She even got to do video calls which she thought was the greatest thing.
We will all miss her dearly but thankful for all the special memories we all hold.
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