Tonight I feel like an old violin,
Soon to be put away and never played again.
  • 68 years old
  • Born on May 27, 1932 in Elgood, West Virginia, United States.
  • Passed away on May 29, 2000 in Princeton, West Virginia, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of Lawrence Randal Hazelwood, 68, beloved husband, father, dad, and pawpaw. He was born on May 27, 1932 and passed away on May 29, 2000, but he remains in our hearts forever.

Posted by Donna Hazelwood on November 14, 2018
Two years now, Dad, that Mom has left us to be with you. How is it that I can go from being part of the most bonded family to feeling like a total orphan. I still miss you as much today as I did the day you left. I love when you and Mom come to visit me in my dreams. I get to hear your voice and be with you one more time.
Posted by Donna Hazelwood on November 19, 2016
Dad, looks like mom has left us to be with you. The love of a lifetime has come full circle 11/14/2016.
Posted by Donna Hazelwood on May 27, 2016
You would have been 84 today. I'm sure we would have been planning a get together to celebrate. I still miss you and love you more than ever.
Posted by Dale Ward on October 4, 2015
I met Randle a few years before he passed. I worked with Jeff. I find myself thinking of him. A planer or cutoff saw reminds me of the tools I sold him once and his worksmanship.
Posted by Donna Hazelwood on May 27, 2015
15 years and I still miss the sound of your voice. What I wouldn't give.....
Posted by Donna Hazelwood on May 23, 2014
"Like an old violin" was one of your favorite songs. I can still see you and mom dancing to it. One of the many favorite memories....
Posted by Donna Hazelwood on May 27, 2013
It's been 14 years since we last celebrated your birthday. I wish we could have celebrated your last one, but it wasn't meant to be. We spent your last birthday with you, praying you would make it to see another one. It wasn't meant to be. Even after all this time, I find it hard to breathe. I love you, Dad...I always will...

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