Hazel Hickman Bush
Hazel Hickman Bush
  • September 3, 1932 - August 8, 2017
  • Montgomery, Alabama

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Hazel Hickman Bush died Tuesday morning, August 8, 2017. At 84, she was preceded in death by her husband: Charles E. Bush, her parents: Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hickman, her sister: Janice Hickman and her brother: Hubert Donald Hickman.
She is survived by:
Her children- Ginnie Lewis (Denny) of Lowndesboro, AL and Mark Bush (Jodi) of Colorado Springs, CO
Her grandchildren and their children- Haylee Lewis-Vermilyer (Bruce Vermilyer Jr.) and Arrianna of Lowndesboro, AL
Sabrina West (Allen) of Indianapolis, IN
Alison Harsell of Colorado Springs, CO
Christopher Harsell (Kami) and Evan of Hannibal, MO
Todd Lewis (Mary Ellen) and Caroline, Issac, Anna, Patrick, Julia, John of Florianpolis, Brazil
Tim Lewis (Jackie) and Charles, Simon, Mia of Stafford, VA
Her siblings- Dick Hickman (Diane) of Atlanta, GA, Andrew Hickman of Prattville, AL, Steve Hickman (Gloria) of Millbrook, AL, her sister-in-law, Mable Jackson of Montgomery, AL, and many nieces and nephews.
Born on September 3, 1932 she graduated from Inverness High School in 1950. She was married June 7,1958 to Charles E. Bush. She retired from Starke Insurance Agency in 1997 after a career as a personal line insurance agent.
An avid reader, she enjoyed sewing and crocheting. A devoted daughter, she cared for her mother and treasured the relationships of all her family. She held a great love for country music and gospel music. She delighted in shopping and trips to Pizza Perfect with Ruth and Arrianna. A member of Redland Road Church of Christ, she was known for her baking: pound cakes, sweet potato pies, raisin pecan cakes for Steve and made macaroni salad for Ginnie.
She will be remembered as determined, hard-working, being good to her siblings, and raising two great kids.
Services are set for Saturday, August 12, 2017 at White Chapel-Greenwood Funeral Home with a visitation at 10:00 am and Celebration of Life Service at 11:00 am. Graveside will follow in Greenwood Serenity Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers the family requests memorials be sent to the American Kidney Fund, Ciudad de Angeles, Inc. or the charity of your choice.