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Hazel Adelle Rewell

Hazel Adelle Rewell was born on 11th March, 1921 and passed away on 4th July, 2017.

The Funeral Service will be held on Monday, 10th July, 2017 at 10:00am at Chapel, “Branyan Gardens” , Cummins Road, Branyan

Late of Kepnock Grove, Bundaberg and formerly of Argyle Village. Beloved wife of Eric Rewell (dec’d). Dearly loved mother of David. Loving grandmother of Vanessa, Andrew and great-grandmother of Brock.

“Rest In Peace”

Relatives and friends of Hazel and her family are respectfully invited to attend her Funeral Service to be held at the Chapel, ‘Branyan Gardens’, Cummins Road, Branyan, Monday, July 10, 2017 at 10:00am.

4 Replies to “Hazel Adelle Rewell”

  1. To the family of Hazel Rewell

    Please accept our deepest sympathy on the passing of Hazel, stepmother of Yvonne, Norma ( deceased ) and Allan, stepmother in law of Wally, Sharon and Ian, ten grandchildren and many great grandchildren.

    Sorry we can’t attend her funeral as we have only just seen the funeral notice in the paper


    Allan Rewell

  2. Dear Hazel was an integral part of the Bangalow Pharmacy owned by my father George Stephens. Her humour and warmth endeared her to many folk who benefited from her caring attitude. My father spoke so highly of the Young family and especially we loved Hazel. My mother Nancy enjoyed long chats with her and has special memories of Hazel and her love for my brother Warwick and me. The world has lost a special lady but hope now she is entertaining those gone before her.
    Stephanie Wood (nee Stephens)

  3. To the Family of Hazel Rewell
    It is with great sadness that I learn of Hazel’s passing. There are so many memories shared in a small village like Bangalow. My parents had a monumental affection for Hazel. I recall how much laughter erupted with her love of story telling or the ‘yarn’. That twinkle in her eye would dance with our delight and giggle infested amusement. Ivy Cook, Hazel (Hade) and my mother, Sheila Grey went on their Tuesday outings to the Gold Coast. They always took a picnic to set up beside the Tweed River, and were ready for another cuppa when they arrived home loaded with specials and bargains. Favourite stories of mine involved the bargain hunting at the annual sales, and Hazel getting her hands on the prize item before another hunter could make claim. The hysterical tales were of those times when she met her match grabbing a ‘must-have-item’ at precisely the same time. What was delicious about the story telling, was that the events were all so very ordinary, and yet through the lens of Hazel’s humour, her gift for phrasing and excellent timing … we would be in tears of laughter. But it was not always the laughs that glued our families together. There were so many hard times where our families leaned in and supported one another. Hazel was generous, kind, witty and wickedly funny. When she worked in the pharmacy she had a marvellous affinity with clients and the other staff members. As Stephanie Wood recalls, Hazel was at the heart of the pharmacy and the the family. We all have our stories about how her life was woven into our families’s narratives so that we have heart felt memories to cling to as we grieve her loss.
    Condolences to all the family.
    We share with you in your loss.
    Compassion and Kindness always,
    Josephine (John and Paul)

  4. To Hazels Family
    I knew Hazel when I worked at Kepnock Grove, she was always talking about her son and how proud she was of him, she was always happy and smiling beautiful lady with a beautiful soul

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