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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Hazel Bolin

1940 - 2021

Canon City

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Hazel Francis Bolin passed away March 19, 2021 at the age of 80. She was born near Brooksville, Kentucky to Manley and Mary Tull on June 13, 1940. She is survived by her husband Densel Bolin, daughters: Rose Bolin and Donna Biemiller (Jeff), son Mark Bolin, grandchildren: Jacob, Joel and Christa Biemiller, great grandchildren: Roxy and Hunter Biemiller, brothers: Manley Tull (Judy) and Kelly Tull (Molly), sister-in-laws Mary Tull and Sue Tull and many other dear relatives and friends. Hazel married Densel Bolin in Dayton, Ohio on April 19, 1958 and would have celebrated their 63rd anniversary next month on the 19th. She became a Christian in 1964 and rarely missed a service unless she was seriously ill. She loved the Lord and her church family. Hazel went with Densel as he did ministry work in Minsk, Belarus (White Russia) for a year in 1993, a month long visit in 1995 and again in 1997. Hazel was a spunky, giving person that made it a point to befriend every stranger she met. It was her greatest pleasure to "do" for others and to help them reach their goal. She volunteered as "Bonus Grandma" for sixteen years in Donna Biemiller's second grade classroom and often happily found herself supporting others in the school as well. Hazel was an enthusiastic story teller and she could hold an audience spell bound with her wording and gestures. She was an avid deer hunter for many years and always enjoyed a good hunting story. Many people stopped to talk to her about her flower garden in the front yard and they nearly always left with a starter of one or more plants for their own home. She loved giving to others. Hazel had a gift of truly seeing the little things and enjoyed the beauty all around her. She often shared items she found with anyone who might be interested. She appreciated taking rides and just looking at God's creation and any animals she would be lucky enough to spot. She was thankful for getting to spend time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Hazel made time to spend with her family and friends. She will be sadly missed by many people.

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