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Hazel Laverne Lacy
Thursday, March 1, 2012 • Posted February 29, 2012

Hazel Laverne Lacy, 94, of Horseshoe Bay, was called home to her heavenly Father on February 26, 2012. Born September 10, 1917 in Lexington, Oklahoma, Hazel was the daughter of Wiley & Pearl (Phillips) Boatright.

Hazel graduated from Oklahoma City Business College. She and her husband operated a furniture store for many years. In 1960 she moved to the hill country where she loved the lakes and enjoyed bird watching. Hazel was devoted to God, taught Sunday school for many years and was a longtime member of First Baptist Church of Marble Falls. She had a great love for people, especially children, and enjoyed helping anyone she could.

She is survived by her sons: William Lacy & special friend, Wendy Palomo of Horseshoe Bay and Robert Lacy & wife Karen of Spicewood; daughters: Donna Barksdale & husband James of Austin and Sue Williams & husband Clovis of Austin; sisters: Katherine Pomikahl, Lois Weiner, & Beverly Cunningham and brothers: Joe Boatright and John Boatright. Hazel is also survived by her grandchildren Lori, Jay, Danny, Barry, Julie, Doug, Nick and Scott and numerous great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Russell “Bill” Lacy, grandson Russ Lacy, brothers J.B. Boatright, Chief Boatright and Jack Boatright and her sisters Edith Ruth Boatright, Barbara West and Judy Middleton.

Graveside service were Wednesday, February 29, 2012 at 3:00 PM at Lakeland Hills Memorial Park. Bro. Max Copeland officiated.

The family would like to express their appreciation to Encompass Home Health and Texas Home Health Hospice for their care of Hazel. They would also like to say a special thanks to her caregiver, Randy Morgan, for his love and devotion to her.

Memorials may be given to First Baptist Church Benevolent Fund.

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