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Hazel M. Sargent Lloyd

Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Hazel M. Sargent Lloyd
Hazel M. Sargent Lloyd, 80, of Storm Lake, passed away Thursday, April 3, 2008 in the Buena Vista Regional Medical Center.

Memorial services were held on April 7th at the Boothby Funeral Home in Cherokee, with Pastor Paul Steele of the Church of Christ in Storm Lake officiating. Burial was in the Oak Hill Cemetery at Cherokee. Her remains were cremated.

Hazel was born on May 6, 1927 at Cambridge, Neb. to Ollie and Gittie (Johnson) Robeson. She was married to Albert Sargent, and later to Robert Lloyd. These marriages blessed her with ten children.

Hazel had been a resident of Storm Lake since 1963., and worked as a Nurse's Aide in Sioux City for a few years. Most people remember Hazel as an excellent cook in a number of area restaurants, including Speelmon's Steak House, the Arrow Cafe, the Cobblestone and the Lakeshore Café. She was a member of the Church of Christ in Storm Lake.

Hazel enjoyed dancing, sewing, embroidery, crocheting, crossword puzzles, and cooking for her family. She loved the time she spent raising her family, and especially liked to babysit her grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents, three brothers- Harold, Jessie and Bill Robeson, two sisters - Bernice Sargent and Deve Sprow and one granddaughter, Teresa Castillo.

She is survived by her 10 children: Jessie Taylor of Cherokee; Ollie Sargent Sr. and his wife Chris of Randolph, Neb.; Ronald Sargent and his wife Bobbi of Storm Lake; Alberta Castillo and her husband Juan of Deloit; Wanetta Mitchell of Washta; Don Sargent of Storm Lake; Harold Lloyd and his wife Rose of Spencer; Ninon Lloyd and her significant other Tony Davis of Albert City; Tina Hansen and her husband Doug of Storm Lake; Gary Lloyd and his wife Heidi of Albert City; 29 Grandchildren; 55 Great Grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; five sisters: Susie DeYoung of Meriden; Carol Johnson of Osceola; Laverne Magnussen of Cherokee; Bonnie McDonald and her husband Jerry of Cherokee; Mabel LaBounty of Storm Lake; also many nieces and nephews.