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Hazel J. Meyer

Born August 31, 1927

Hazel J. Meyer, age 88, of Newark, DE, passed away peacefully while surrounded by her family on Wednesday, June 29, 2016.

Born in Wilmington, DE on August 31, 1927, Mrs. Meyer was the daughter of the late Joseph and Isabella (Fraser) Booth. She was a graduate of Henry C. Conrad High School. A standout athlete, Mrs. Meyer was the only female left-handed first baseman on the Richardson Park boy’s baseball team in the 1940’s. She worked at the Training Center in New Castle for 26 years prior to her retirement in 2012 and was known to the gym’s patrons as The Training Center Mom.

A true matriarch, Mrs. Meyer was devoted to her family. Her children were involved in year-round sports and she faithfully attended each and every event “ never missing an opportunity to cheer them on. In her leisure time, Mrs. Meyer enjoyed reading and spending time with her family. Her legacy of love will live on and she will be very dearly missed.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Donald A. Meyer; and a sister, Gertrude King. Mrs. Meyer is survived by her children, Donna L. Klair (Jan) of Newark, DE, Donald A. Meyer, Jr. (Beth) of Bear, DE and Frank B. Meyer (Dana) of Longview, TX; sister, Jane DiSabatino of Newark, DE; grandchildren, Alexis, Jon, Alex, Sam and Casey; and great grandchildren, Madison and Cora.

A funeral service will be held at 11 am on Tuesday morning, July 5, 2016, at the Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 1000 N. DuPont Parkway, New Castle, DE, where a visitation for family and friends will be held from 9 am until 11 am. Interment will follow in the Silverbrook Cemetery, Lancaster Ave. and DuPont Rd., Wilmington, DE.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 399 Market Street, Ste. 102, Philadelphia, PA 19106.

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22 Condolences for Hazel J. Meyer

  • Aunt Hazel, thanks for always caring. You were there when I needed you. May you rest in peace with Uncle Donald and all the family. I asked you to pray for all of us on earth.

  • To one of the finest Mom I know. I know you have great memories of your Mom Like I do. Prayers for you and your family

  • Donna,
    My deepest sympathy & condolence to you & your entire family.
    Your mother sounds like such a delightful person & I wish I could have known her.
    Love & prayers ,
    Ruth Martens

  • My condolences to the family. She was such a special person. I loved her “spunk.” She will be missed.

  • Sending prayers & hugs to Donna and family. May all your happy memories help you through this difficult time. Your Mom is at peace now.

  • I truly loved this lady, she was very special! Whenever possible she invited me to “tag along” with the family. And if you did something wrong, she would scold you like you were one of her own. Imagine doing that now. Hazel you will be missed by so many but at least you are reunited with your Donald and those family members waiting for you in heaven. Until I see you again, Love, Mary

  • Prayer’s sent to the Family & extended Family, I will miss Hazel with all my Heart, She was a Great Woman who would do anything for anyone !!! You will be truly missed by Many, Always in my Heart, RIP Sweet Lady

  • Our family lost a very special lady, and Aunt, She was so kind and loving to everyone.. all the time.. We will micc her, Gene and Jerrie

  • What a remarkable woman, an example to all to follow. My condolences.

  • Hazel–Have always loved knowing you. You are the kindest person I have ever known. You are a sweet and lovely person. Rest in peace with your husband. Love you, Carol Belicki

  • Sending out our condolences to the family! What a great lost to the training center family . She was a special lady !!!

  • So sorry about Hazels passing, but take comfort knowing she is home, with Donald. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

  • Ya all failed to mention that she was a major, key player at Meyer’s Liquors. She was
    always there when needed. Once I convinced her to work there and she became comfortable doing it she just blended into the system and she helped me out a lot!! I could always depend on her!!
    Aunt Haz……………………..RIP………………..Love You………..Your Nephew

  • Mrs. Meyer was one the greatest human beings l’ve ever known in my life.
    Its the end of an era. She was the best! Who can fill her shoes? Some of the best times of my life was being at the Meyer household during the 70’s as Mrs. Meyer was so positive and encouraging. My heart goes out to Donna, Dee and Frank. She will be sorely missed.

  • Awww so sad Rip mrs Hazel you were such a soft spoken sweet women who always put a smile on my face when I walk n the gym ! You will be missed .

  • Mrs. Meyer was a mom to many people. Always loved and truly missed. RIP, Mrs. Meyer

  • Hazel was the best!!! Really miss her

  • Donna so sorry for your loss I know it is going to be hard just lost mine 6 yrs ago, but I look at the bright side to keep me going we are so lucky to have had them in our lives so long and enjoy all the family. Your Mom and my Mom were so much alike caring for the kids. May she rest in peace, she will always be watching and let you know when you did something wrong, that never goes away. Praying for you and the family during this difficult time.

  • Donna, I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you. Gail

  • Your family is in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Hazel was a great person and she will be dearly missed by everyone.

  • Donna so sorry for your loss . I am sure Hazel in heaven with Donald looking out for all of us.

  • I used to recall when she used to work at the Training Center. She was a nice old lady. Even though I’m shy, have somewhat of a social anxiety, and tend to steer clear of any communication, she would always try to greet me at the front desk. May she rest in peace.