Michalle Kay Hazard

FORT WORTH — Michalle Kay Hazard passed away Sunday, Aug. 23, 2015, at the age of 75.
Memorial service: 2 p.m. Thursday in Brown Owens & Brumley’s Joe B. Brown Memorial Chapel.
Michalle was born Sept. 10, 1939, to the late William and Mae Holland in Russellville, Ark. She was loved and respected by many and will be deeply missed.
Survivors: Close friends, Tammy Smith, Dennis LaPlante and Ann Glenn; stepsons, Jerry Hazard and wife, Vickie, and Scotty Hazard; granddaughters, Sherry Osborne, Brooke Swanney and Chelsea Swanney; sisters-in-law, Peggy Williams and JoAnn Meyers; brother-in-law, David Hazard; nephew, David Holland and wife, Dashika; and many nieces, nephews and friends.

Family Funeral Home & Crematory
425 S. Henderson, 817-335-4557

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#1 Comment By rebecca burks connally On August 26, 2015 @ 12:42 am

Our condolences.

Rebecca, Rory, and Ryan Burks
Robert Burks Sr.

#2 Comment By Sandra Burks On August 26, 2015 @ 5:42 am

Mae was a very talented and caring person. So sorry to hear of her passing.

#3 Comment By Kerry Greenwood Gonzalez On August 26, 2015 @ 8:57 am

You do not know me, but my 3 sisters and I grew up with Michalle and Hap. They were dear friends of our parents and would come over to play dominoes, go boating and would travel to Colorado with our family when LTV was re-tooling. Although I have not seen her in many years, please know that Michalle will always have a special place in my heart. God Bless her.

#4 Comment By Regan Burks Clement and family On August 26, 2015 @ 1:27 pm

I have many fond memories of Aunt Mae as well… I still marvel at their incredible VHS collection, lovable animals, and crazy anecdotes. We offer our condolences. She will be missed!

#5 Comment By David Holland On August 26, 2015 @ 8:16 pm

Mae Rue is the last of her siblings and my aunt. Although I had little contact with her for many years, I had been talking to her over the last year on many occasions. I believe she was having great difficulty walking. Many thanks to Dennis and Tammy Smith for taking her into their home and caring for her.
Mae Rue was the sort that could find a good side in any circumstance. When her brother was ill, she came to stay briefly at our home in Austin. My wife, Dashika, reminds me that she TRAINED our dog. She was also was an talented painter and has left behind many canvases, which will server as a reminder of her artistic temperament. I will miss calling her and talking over family history among other matters.

David Holland, nephew and wife Dashika