OBITUARY

Hazel Allain

October 22, 1927January 21, 2012

Allain, Hazel Politz a loving mother, grandmother and great grandmother. Passed away peacefully at the age of 84 on Saturday January 21, 2012. She was a resident of Baton Rouge for over 60 years and a native of Birmingham, Al. Visitation will be at Greenoaks Funeral Home 9595 Florida Blvd. Baton Rouge on Tuesday January 24, 2012 from 10:00 am until services in the funeral home chapel at 12:00 pm. Interment will be in Greenoaks Memorial Park. She is survived by four sons James Condry, Darryl Politz and wife Cheryl, Rodney Politz and wife Karen and Dean Politz and wife Carla, two sisters Doris Cantelmo and Jennie Skinner, nine grandchildren and five great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weldon, husbands Russell Politz and Cecil Allain and son Lawrence Condry. Please visit www.greenoaksfunerals.com to leave messages for the family.

Services

  • Funeral Service Tuesday, January 24, 2012
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January 27, 2012

On behalf of my mother, Doris, my sisters Judy and Dodie, and my brothers Jake and Jimmy, please accept my heartfelt condolences. We will all miss Aunt Hazel -- her wicked sense of humor, deep hearty laugh, and her love of family. We remember her days with us in Long Beach when we learned more about our "southern" family than anyone else would dare to tell us. Our thoughts are with you. I will remember her always. With love, Maria

January 24, 2012

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all- We wish we could be there but please know we love Aunt Hazel and each of you very much,although we haven't seen each other in a while,we think of you often.Aunt Jeanne & Debra

Charlotte Joffrion-Crummey

January 23, 2012

I'm so sorry for your lost. Ms. Hazel was a great lady and I will always remender the fun we had on Tolbert Drive.

Jan Youngblood

January 23, 2012

She was one of the sweetest ladies in my childhood. I will always remember her laugh. When I took my Mom(Josie) to visit her at Flannery Oaks they talked about the old days and things they had done together. It was great hearing the fun they had!

Clay Joffrion

January 23, 2012

I knew her for over 1/2 century. She raised all boys and was firm and fair. She always treated me very nice. I worked for her late husband and with her son Larry. Her other sons were along my best friends. In fact it is impossible to remember my past without remembering her and her sons. She was a real fighter. Despite a battle with cancer the last time I visited her she was sharp, funny, and had a better memory than me. A part of me has been lost forever when she passed.