Funeral services for Hazel Beatrice LaRue, age 87 of Fayetteville, will be conducted Sunday at 10 AM at Higgins Funeral Home with Roy LaRue officiating. Burial will follow in Higgins Cedar Hills Memorial Gardens beside her husband Edward LaRue who passed away in 2006.. Mrs. LaRue passed away Thursday afternoon in Lincoln Care Center.
A native of Knoxville, TN, she was the daughter of the late John R. and Iva Bennington Whitson. Mrs. LaRue was a former employee of Chrysler and was a member of the Lincoln Baptist Church.
Survivors include seven daughters, Patricia Hicks and husband Jr. of Hazel Green, Peggy Swinford and husband James of Taft, Maxine Walker and husband Larry of Flintville, Laverne Street and husband Jimmy of Fayetteville, Janice Crabtree and husband Jack of Fayetteville, Darlene Clevenger of Fayetteville, and Shelia Quick and husband Benny of Fayetteville, grandchildren, Denise Robertson, Ray Swinford, Kim Carley, Jeff Street, Timmy Street, Monte Walker, Tracy Hillis, Mandy Tucker, Jody Clevenger, Deanna Smith, Dewayne Quick and Hollie Allen, three step grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren, six step great grandchildren, three great great grandchildren, sister Sylvia Brassfield of Knoxville and several nieces and nephews. Mrs. LaRue was preceded in death by her husband, infant daughter, grandson Danny Reeves, brothers Dewey Whitson, Joe Whitson, Elmer Whitson, Raymond Whitson, two sisters Grace Lewis, Minnie LaRue and son-in-law Rex Clevenger.
Visitation with the family will be Saturday evening 5-8 PM at Higgins Funeral Home.
We are so sorry for the passing of your Mom. We will pray for each and everyone of you. May God Bless you all.
J & K Brown
Patricia and family,
I was shocked Sunday at the nursing home to hear your mother had passed away. You girls are such a sweet family and was so good to her and stayed every day. My prayers are with you all. Love Betty
Sorry to hear about Mrs. LaRue,she was a very sweet lady.You all are in my prayers.
TO THE ENTIRE LaRUE FAMILY.
IT WAS SUCH A HONOR TO BE ABLE TO GET TO KNOW THIS FAMILY. I FIRST MET YALL THROUGH MR. LaRUE WHEN HE WAS AT THE DONALDSON NURSING HOME. MR. HAZEL WAS RIGHT THERE BY HIS SIDE ALONG WITH ALL OF YOU. LEVERNE WOULD ALWAYS LET ME KNOW HOW MRS. HAZEL WAS DOING. I NOW YALL IS GOING TO MISS HER DEARLY BUT SHES PROBALBLY GOT A SMILE ON HER FACE WAITING TO REUNITE WITH MR. LaRUE. SORRY I DIDNT GET TO COME BY BUT I WONT TO LET EVERY ONE OF YOU KNOW THAT YOU ARE IN MY PRAYERS. I PRAY GOD WILL STRENGTHEN EACH OF YOU AS YOU DEAL WITH THISGREAT LOSS.
We are so very sorry to hear of your loss. I pray that the Lord will wrap his arms around each and everyone of you during this difficult time. Do know I love each and everyone of you girls. Take care, Jo Ann Warren
WE FEEL YOUR PAIN………MAY GOD BLESS YOU AT THIS TIME……….
To the family of Ms. Hazel. I am so sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful person..I had the pleasure of being her hairdresser for many years. She was one of many of my favorite customers, she was working at Chrysler at that time..Wanted you all to know I am thinking of you..
So sorry to hear of your moms passing. I was a high school classmate of Peggy’s. May God bless each one of you.
Darlene and family,
Words cannot help at this time but know that we are here to comfort you in any way we can. Many tears must fall and many sad days must pass before the light will be seen again, you know this already. Remember the good times of your Mother’s healthy years and let those memories carry you through.
Robin, Bill and Traci
Our thoughts & prayers are with each of you during this time of sadness. Mrs. LaRue was such a sweet lady. As a child, I had the pleasure of visiting the LaRue home with my Aunt Peggy & Kim serveral times;what I remember most, is a home filled with love & laughter.
Blessings to each of you,
Darlene, maxine, Larry and the family so sorry of the your loss ours prayers and thoughts are with you at this time.
‘So sorry about your mother. You may not remember me. Ya’ll took us to supper in November, 1996, if I’m not BADLY mistaken, at Darryl’s in Huntsville. I’m Ronnie’s wife. Because He lives, Amy S,. Osteen
To The LaRue Family,
May God comfort you all at this sad time. If we can be of any help please let us know.
Lynn and Marcella Scott
To The LaRue Family,
I remember so well your move to the Bellview community . I never knew your parents that well but you girls were sweet people so I know they were.
I know you will miss them greatly . Hold on to your good memories.
Foster and Nancy Winkler