Hazel Pauline Laxton
Hazel Pauline Laxton, 83, of Lebanon, passed away Friday, October 11, 2019 at Witham Health Services in Lebanon.
She was born September 8, 1936 in Dixon, TN, to the late Leslie M. Waynick and Evie (Clifton) Waynick. On April 27, 1989 she married Marvin Eugene "Gene" Laxton. He preceded her in death on July 29, 2008.
She was a dedicated Hair Dresser for 30 years and was employed with Landis & Gear Company for 15 years. She enjoyed playing cards and Bowling. She was champion Corn Hole and Euchre player at Crown Pointe where she resided.
She is survived by her son Marty King (Debbie) Barnes; two sisters; Dottie Tyrie of Lafayette, JoAnn Nelson (Mick) of Brownsburg, and brother; Bud Blackburn (Nancy) of Idaville. Grandchildren; Jason Barnes, Jamie Barnes (Fiancé Scott Stephen).
Along with her husband she is preceded in death by her parents, brother; Bobby Lee Waynick and Brother-in-Law; George Tyrie.
Visitation will be held from 1 - 2pm am Sunday, October 20, 2019, at Hippensteel Funeral Home. Funeral Services will be at 2pm with entombment at Rest Haven Cemetery. In lieu of usual remembrances, contributions may be directed to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Share memories and condolences online at www.hippensteelfuneralservice.com
Published on October 15, 2019


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Tami Richardson
Oct 25, 2019
She was always so nice and always doing puzzles at CP, always had a smile on her face. She will be missed.
Charity n Madison Glassburn
Oct 17, 2019
I remember our talks at Crown Pointe when you would come down to the dining room.
You will be truly be missed by the both of us..
Well keep your family in our prayers and thoughts miss you Pauline...
Michael Riddle
Oct 17, 2019
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