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Hazel Mae Smith Nunn
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Obituary for Hazel Mae Smith Nunn

Hazel Mae Smith Nunn, 76 of LaFollette, Tennessee, passed away on April 18, 2018 at an Assisted Living Facility in Kingston, Tennessee.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 55 years, Frank W. Nunn, Her daughter Debra Gail, Her mother Mazzie Mae Schooler Smith, her father Dave Smith, Her brothers John Newton Smith, Charles E. Smith and Ralph S. Smith
She is survived by her two Daughters, Helga Ann Paul (Charles), of Kingston and Cora Lee Orick of LaFollette.
Grandchildren; Heather (Chris) Seese of Kingston, Tiffany (Josh) Klein of Kingston, Joe (Chesney) Orick of LaFollette, Craig Daniel Orick of LaFollette and Tabatha Russell of LaFollette.
6 Great Grandchildren.
She is also survived by her sisters, Nola Jane Crawford (Norwell) of Huber Heights, OH, Evelyn Wetzel (Glenn) of West Carrollton, OH, Margaret Radabaugh of West Carrollton, OH and Donna Smith of Indianapolis, Indiana.
She is also survived by her brothers, Micheal R. Smith of West Carrollton, John N. Smith (Chris) of Indianapolis, Indiana, David Smith (Michelle) of Avon, Indiana, James Smith, (Cari) of Indianapolis, Indiana and Step Brother Timothy Gill of Brownsburg, IN
She is also survived by her Step Mother Stella Smith (Norm) of Indianapolis, Indiana and a Double First Cousin, Barbara Giles Petrey of Williamsburg, KY
Hazel was an employee of Shoney’s of Caryville for over 20 plus years and loved her customers and her coworkers. She has been a waitress for over 55 years. She was very active in her sewing of her stockings for past time and then she loved giving them to people. In past years, she was a Pony Express Driver and at one time she was enthused with Ceramics of which she made many items.
Since Frank was a retired Military (Army National Guard), she was very active with the Ladies Auxiliary dealing with training Service Wives that were dealing with husbands being deployed.
She is survived by a slew of Nieces and nephews and family that she loved very much and they loved her very much. She had friends from all walks of life as she never met a stranger because, if she did, they became a friend.
Her house was always open to anyone coming in and she was a true southern woman, come in, set down and let me fix something for you to eat. Her favorite line, “Are You Hungry”.
Funeral Services 7 PM Saturday at Cross-Smith Chapel
Rev. Delmus Bruce
Interment 11 AM Sunday Bakers Forge Cemetery
Family will receive friends 4 PM to 7 PM Saturday at Cross-Smith Funeral Home
Condolences may be given online at
Arrangements by Cross-Smith Funeral Home

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Bakers Forge Cemetery

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LaFollette, TN 37766


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