Hazel McGee Peterson
March 16, 1951 - August 25, 2014
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On Monday, August 25 2014, Hazel McGee Peterson, 63, formerly of Dubach, LA passed away peacefully surrounded by loved ones. Hazel resided in Arlington, TX. She was the librarian for Moises E. Molina High School, Dallas, TX and taught at Tarrant County College, Fort Worth, TX. Hazel spent her entire career as an educator. A…

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Maggie Brown left a message on September 16, 2014:
Wonderful memories made with Hazel, Pam, Mrs. Estelle and all family. They were our neighbors and we loved them dearly and always will. Love to all from all our family...Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Green's girls. Mary Alice, Vivian, Martha Ellen, and Maggie Frances. I am praying for all of you.
Shelley White left a message on September 2, 2014:
It was certainly a pleasure to work with someone who had a wealth of knowledge about education and Molina High School. The faculty, staff and students will miss you Ms. Peterson, my prayer is that you are now resting in peace with the Father.
Karen left a message on August 29, 2014:
Hazel was not only my co-librarian, she was my best friend, and I miss her every day. It's not the same in the library without her. My prayers are with you Jami, Cara, Printis, Bruce and John, as well as the rest of her family.
Charlene Robinson left a message on August 29, 2014:
You were my friend, mentor, colleague, and confidant for 17 years. I will always cherish our many "counseling" sessions. Everyone at Molina will miss their time on the couch in your office, sharing stories ranging from grandkids to classroom experiences. I'm going to miss you but I know we will meet again some day. I'm sure you are already re-organizing and categorizing God's library. Thanks for all the great memories and the friendship I will never forget.
Jay Frederick left a message on August 29, 2014:
I am still in shock to know my dear friend will not be at her familiar spot in the library here at Molina. I worked with Hazel for 14 years. She was one of the first people I met when I arrived in August of 2000 and for good reason....she was the heart of this campus! She KNEW this school backward and forward. Her passing ripped a huge hole in our Molina family that will never be completely filled. God has a new angel to help him. Bye-bye Hazel, you'll be deeply missed but not forgotten....ever!
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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