Hazel Arlene Masker

August 7, 1935 - May 8, 2023

08/07/1935 - 05/08/2023

Hazel Arlene Masker, 87, passed away May 8, 2023. She was born on August 7, 1935, in New Jersey to the late James A. Reed and Agnes Otto.

She loved all animals and was a huge supporter of her favorite charity the SPCA.

Hazel held many jobs throughout her life but her main focus was raising her family. The family referred to her as the glue that held her family together. Her home was always filled with laughter and warmth.

Besides her parents she is predeceased by her loving husband, Floyd E. Masker and her siblings James Reed Jr. and Jane Toldt.

She is survived by her children; Daughter Pamela Parker and her husband Kevin, and Charles Masker and his wife Jennifer; grandchildren, Christopher Czerwinski and his wife Courtney, Nicole Birckbichler and her husband Michael, and Cassandra Shotzberger and her husband Benjamin; and great-grandchildren, Remi, Addie, Wesson, Declan, Ariana, Holly, Logan, Mikey, Lillian.

Roses are red, Violets are blue, always know I will be in Heaven watching over you”

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Joseph Parson
9 months ago

Oh My God… I’m just seeing this for the first time. I’m so sorry. I loved your mom. She was so caring. Both your parents were so good to me when I needed it. God bless…

Melody Moore
10 months ago

Hazel Masker was my second mom when I lost mine and even before. She welcomed me in her home she always treated me like a daughter. I will miss her greatly! Love you Hazel.

Jeffrey Morris
11 months ago

I’m so sorry for your loss, Hazel was definitely a remarkable Women and warm hearted soul! She will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Rest in Peace, until we meet again dear Hazel.

Doreen
11 months ago

Aunt Hazel and Uncle Floyd, the calm in my storm, Love and Graditude

Rob Williams
11 months ago

You are loved by all and now dearly missed. My deepest condolences to your family.

Romana Williams
11 months ago

Hazel – you will be missed by many, including me. You always had a warm smile and a comforting word for everyone. i will miss talking to you and sharing animal stories. Heaven is a cool place – enjoy being healthy again

Pam Stubbs
11 months ago

Cherish the good times, comfort for you thru the times of sorrow.

Bunny Masker
11 months ago

I will forever love you Aunt Hazel. Love you Bunny