In Memoriam : Hazel Fulks

Hazel Fulks Hazel Ann Fulks - age: 79
(October 05, 1930 to February 13, 2010 )
Resident of Ukiah, California

Visitation Information:
A visitation will be held Thursday, February 18, 2010 for 12-5 and 6-8 PM at the Eversole Mortuary.

Obituary:
Hazel Ann Fulks, 79, of Ukiah passed away on Saturday, February 13, 2010 at her home with her family and friends present. Hazel was born October 5, 1930 in West Alexander, Pennsylvania; she had lived in Ukiah for the past 45 years.
Hazel was the only one of her brothers and sisters to have graduated from high school she also took ongoing classes to keep up her dietary certification she worked as a Dietician and head cook at Ukiah Valley Medical Center.
Hazel was proud of her 25 years of employment for Ukiah General Hospital and Ukiah Valley Medical Center her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
She was a leader for the Ukiah 4-H club in cooking and gardening and was active with Jobs Daughter with her daughter and with her sons in Demolay.
Hazel will remembered for her fine cooking, sense of humor, tenderness to her grandchildren, love for family and friends, love of opera, loved watching ice skating and birds and weekends to the coast. Her favorite singers were Perry Como and Dean Martin.
On November 19, 1949, Hazel married her best friend and soul mate and began life’s forty-five year journey.
She was a member of the Ukiah First Christian Church since 1962.
Hazel is survived by her daughters Shirley Fulks of Ukiah and Barbara Duval of Oregon, sons Phillip Fulks of Concord and Dennis Fulks of Ukiah, grandchildren Alexander Fulks, Soniamarie Fulks, Patrick Fulks, Michael Fulks, Rebecca Carvayo, John Robert Fulks, Amber Duval, Kandra Duval, Samantha Duval and Cassavndra Duval, great grandchildren Katelyn and Christian, also numerous nieces and nephews and cousins. Hazel was preceded in death by her husband John Wayne Fulks, parents Edgar and Hazel Miller, brothers Raymond M., James E. and Edgar R. Miller, sisters Ruby P. Miller, Thelma D. Smith and Opal Smith.
Funeral Services will be held Friday, February 19, 2010 at 11 AM at the Eversole Mortuary.
Memorial donations in Hazel’s name may be to the Ukiah Senior Center or the First Christian Church of Ukiah.
Arrangements are under the direction of the Eversole Mortuary.








Kay Ware - February 17, 2010Contact this person Contact this person
My deepest sympathy to each of you. Aunt Hazel was my favorite, with her unique sense of humor. She will be deeply missed.



Stephen Miller - February 18, 2010Contact this person Contact this person
To my beloved family of Uncle John & Aunt Hazel Ann: Dear Shirley, Barb, Phillip, Dennis and all the children, I express my deepest condolences on the loss of your mom. My prayers are with all of you, in this time of sympathy and grief. -- My Aunt Hazel had become one of my favorites, of all my aunts and uncles. Aunt Hazel was always "good conversation" and I had enjoyed her company and her stories of days gone by. She had lived a long, long life without Uncle John beside her. But today, they rejoice together in the heavens above. God Bless her! I will forever miss her and will never forget her. I will, as I do now, speak of her and remeber her fondly. I am sorry for all the grandchildren who have lossed their gandma. She was a beautiful, gracious, caring person. Not to mention . . . . she was one of the hardest workers you may ever meet! Shirley and Barb, my heartfelt sympathy to you girls. I know you loved your mom. She lives on, in the both of you as well as in your children. Phillip and Dennis, I am sure that there is no feeling like a boy lossing his mom. To the both of you, my condolences and my prayers. Your mom and dad were very good people. Each one of you, are fine examples of that. God Bless you folks. From our countryside to yours, we love you all. And I loved your mom and will miss her.



Stephen Miller - February 18, 2010Contact this person Contact this person
To my beloved family of Uncle John & Aunt Hazel Ann: Dear Shirley, Barb, Phillip, Dennis and all the children, I express my deepest condolences on the loss of your mom. My prayers are with all of you, in this time of sympathy and grief. -- My Aunt Hazel had become one of my favorites, of all my aunts and uncles. Aunt Hazel was always "good conversation" and I had enjoyed her company and her stories of days gone by. She had lived a long, long life without Uncle John beside her. But today, they rejoice together in the heavens above. God Bless her! I will forever miss her and will never forget her. I will, as I do now, speak of her and remeber her fondly. I am sorry for all the grandchildren who have lossed their gandma. She was a beautiful, gracious, caring person. Not to mention . . . . she was one of the hardest workers you may ever meet! Shirley and Barb, my heartfelt sympathy to you girls. I know you loved your mom. She lives on, in the both of you as well as in your children. Phillip and Dennis, I am sure that there is no feeling like a boy lossing his mom. To the both of you, my condolences and my prayers. Your mom and dad were very good people. Each one of you, are fine examples of that. God Bless you folks. From our countryside to yours, we love you all. And I loved your mom and will miss her.