of Hagarville, AR
November 16, 1939 - November 30, 2021
Hazel Louise Hicks, 82 of Hagarville, AR, passed away on Tuesday, November 30, 2021, in Russellville, Arkansas with her loved ones by her side. Hazel was born November 16, 1939, in Lamar, AR to Raymond and Reba (Havener) Moreland. Hazel enjoyed cooking for her family, watching Wheel of Fortune, playing on her hand-held games. Hazel retired for Tyson Foods after working for 40 years. Family wants to thank Russellville Nursing and Rehab for all the activities that Hazel enjoyed participating in during her stay.Hazel is preceded in death by her parents Raymond and Reba (Havener) Moreland; her husband Scottie Lee Hicks; two daughters Irma Leah Hicks, Scottia Hicks; grandson Larry Hicks; one brother Don Moreland; three sisters Janie Thrailkill, Joann Skaggs, Linda Frye; and one niece Amy Frye.Hazel is survived by two daughters Anna Robbins of Hagarville and Rebecca Hicks of Clarksville; four grandchildren Guy Robbins of Bentonville, Arkansas; Tina Robbins of Hagarville, Arkansas; Melanie Hicks of Clarksville, Arkansas; and Megan Hicks of Clarksville, Arkansas; eight great-grandchildren Bethann Robbins of Hagarville, Arkansas; Kaydance Bankston of Paris, Arkansas; Damon Stock and Elijah Stock both of Russellville; Brayden Edwards, Mahayla Edwards and Hayden Edwards all of Clarksville, Arkansas; and Sofia Robbins of Bentonville, Arkansas. Graveside service will be held 10:00 A.M. on Monday, December 6, 2022, at Annies Chapel Cemetery with Bro. Bob Powers officiating. Burial will follow. Arrangements are under the direction of Roller-Cox Funeral Home, online guestbook available at www.rollerfuneralhomes.com/clarksville
I'm sorry for the passing of Hazel, I'm praying for the family. I worked with Hazel during her employment at Tyson, she was a hard worker and fun to be around.
Mamaw,Even though we didn’t get to spend much time together, we had fun when we did. I remember when I was a kid, and you would always make that oyster dressing for holiday meals. When I think back about it, I couldn’t stand that dressing, but I ate it because you made and served it to us with love. I now love oyster and attribute liking them to you, for giving me the chance to try them so young. I also love how recently you were so funny. Even though you couldn’t communicate, you were always laughing and making us laugh. Thank you for being kind and loving. You were loved and will be missed. Love,Guy
Praying for your family 🙏 She was definitely the best mamaw . Rest in peace sweet lady ..
She will be missed by many, but she’s in a better place now