Grammy Hazle
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Grammy at Skowhegan Fair in 1961 with a
group of friends and co-workers from the
Old Homestead Restaurant.  Grammy
supervised the details for preparing
those incredibly delicious turkey dinners.
Grammy Hazle was a reserved and dignified woman
who dearly loved her children and grandchildren.
We know that she worked extra hard to keep the
bills paid through the Depression years. She
continued to work hard until failing health limited
her activities. Grammy's riding experiences in her
younger years began a lifelong love of horses.
Albums and boxes are filled with horse photos
which she took at horseshows and parades. She was
one of our biggest fans during our childhood days
with Morgans and ponies! Grammy also loved
Christmas. She was known for her elaborate
outdoor Christmas displays and for having multiple
decorated Christmas trees inside her house. We
miss those special gatherings at her home. Grammy
is pictured with her mother, Martha, and with one
of her great-grandchildren. The photo in the
center shows Grammy at Skowhegan Fair in 1961
with a group of co-workers from the Old
Homestead restaurant. Grammy died in 1985, a few
days short of her 85th birthday.
Grammy Hazle with her
mother, Martha Benner.
Grammy holding Rachel Lydia Lash in 1980.
Hazle Ludwig
August 18, 1900 - July 31, 1985
The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases, his
mercies never come to an end; they are new every
morning; great is your faithfulness.
                              Lamentations 3:22-23