2145 Compton Road, Cincinnati, OH 45231

David Eugene Hazelwood September 17, 1951 - April 23, 2020

David E. Hazelwood

Hazelwood, David E. age 68, passed away on April 23, 2020.

David was born in Cincinnati, Ohio to Rennie and Violet Hazelwood. David was married to Deborah Hazelwood for 48 years. He was preceded in death by parents.

David is survived by wife, Deborah Hazelwood; children, Danielle (Wes) Daniels, Deven Hazelwood-Johnson, and Douglas (Mandy) Hazelwood; grandchildren, Kate, Ben, Maggie, Alex, Isaac, Lilli and Emma; siblings, Michael (Bonnie), Maureen (John), Dixie (Mark), Becky (James), Carol (Mike) and Gale (Don). David will be loved and cherished by a host of family and friends.

David served the Village of Woodlawn as a Police Officer for 25 Years. He also loved his Lifespring Christian Church Family where he served for many years. Memorials may be made to Lifespring Christian Church, 1373 Galbraith Road, North College Hill, Ohio 45231.

The Family will have a Celebration of Life service at a later time.

The Family will have a Celebration of Life service at a later time.

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    C hemme says

    Thoughts and prayers go out to u debbie and family

    He could always make someone smile and he too always smiled

    He cherished his family

    He enjoyed life

    He will be missed always will be in our hearts

    He left family and friends yet has joined family and friends in eternity

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    Shannon & Shaun Daniels says

    So very sorry for your loss of your dearest Dad Dani, Wes & family. Praying for all your extended family as well. Love you guys! Love & Blessings of sweet memories to carry you through… Love, Cousins Shaun & Shannon Daniels

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    Maureen Ritter says

    I agree with my sister , Becky, and will truly miss our wonderful brother Dave. He was always ready to help someone no matter what they needed. He loved his family so much! He loved Jesus and set a Christian example.
    Dave loved to make “ bunny ears” signs on the back of someone’s head during family pictures! When you caught him, he would give a sheepish grin. What a tease… just like our dad! Thank you, Lord, for giving us Dave. I will miss my little brother. Thank you for loving, and serving, Dave. May you enjoy being with the Lord. I’m sure you are!
    Love you forever!

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    Becky says

    Dave was a wonderful brother, always involved in helping me and my family learn how to be better and more loving. He was an excellent listener who peppered our conversations with wisdom and humor. I will always cherish the many memories of him throughout my life: Being a toddler, jumping in my crib, Dave would gently take his hand to the top of my head and tease me that I was a basketball; how he was always there for my children and me in times of joy and sadness; how he loved and took care of Debbie, Dani, Deven and Doug; how he posed for photos to be the “clerk” in my book–he was spot-on in his expressions. How he was the “David” in my “B. J. and David” stories as told by me to my children when they were young. He was a beautiful person all around. Well-loved. Well-respected. He will be thoroughly missed.

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