Anne J Hazelwood

December 4, 1939April 1, 2021

ST. JOHNS, FL – December 4, 1939 - April 1, 2021

Anne Jacquelyne Hazelwood, age 81, of St. Johns, Florida passed away on April 1, 2021 due to complications from a long battle with Alzheimer’s.

She was born to Jack G. and Mary Burns on December 4, 1939 in Nashville, Tennessee. Anne graduated from Cumberland High School (Bordeaux) in 1957 and was married June 1st of that year to her “Eugene”. She accompanied him to Hawaii as an Air Force Wife. Anne supported Eugene throughout his long career in the military, and made loving homes in Germany, England and various state-side locations. She began her career in Childcare at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois, culminating as a District Manager of Kindercare in Florida before retirement. Throughout her life, she was a strong independent woman. She loved loud music, Coca-cola, poodles, and fun. She was always, unapologetically, herself.

Anne is survived by her husband of 63 years, William Eugene Hazelwood, two children; William E. Hazelwood Jr. (Cindy) and Eugenia A. Schwemmer (Dan), a host of grandchildren and great grandchildren. The family wishes to express their appreciation for the care given by Saints Care Center of Jacksonville and Community Hospice of Northeast Florida.

Anne will be interred at Hardage-Giddens Greenlawn Cemetery of Jacksonville, after a private Graveside Service at 11am, on Monday, April 12th.

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  • Graveside Service

    Monday, April 12, 2021


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Tess Schwemmer

April 11, 2021

I have so many wonderful memories of my grandma. The memories I'll cherish the most are the little things. watching Air Bud in her bed, trying on her jewelry, and playing gin rummy which she taught me how to play. Every time I'd visit I knew there would be a fully stocked freezer of freeze pops and the hot tub ready to go for me. I always had fun when I was with her. I will miss her laugh.

Wanda Hazelwood Dye

April 8, 2021

Anne was like a big sister to me and was devoted to my brother. She enjoyed life and made it special for others in many ways. She will be missed.

Emily Feeheley

April 7, 2021

I remember going to the Opry but can’t remember the zoo. Janna-you have always had a better memory than me. I’ll always remember the summers we spent with Grandma growing up. I have so many little memories or things that remind me of her and make me smile. Things like blow up swimming pools, making a mess washing dishes at her sink, going the movie theater and squeezing her hand during Jurassic Park, getting Krispy Kreme’s, visiting Grandpa Burns and making ice tea at the church in Tennessee, the rolls at the Golden Corral, and sneaking into the fridge to get a jello pack she would always keep stocked for us. I still get strawberry wafer cookies every summer and think of her. You always had an ally in Grandma when you got in trouble with Papa as well. Grandma always spoiled us and made us feel loved. I hope I can make my kids feel as special as she did for me.

Janna Hull

April 7, 2021

I'll always remember summers with Grandma Anne. It's the little things that stand out, more than the big trips. Yes, we went to the Opryland Hotel and she took us to the zoo, but some of my most vivid memories are singing into the fan on the floor of her kitchen, the refrigerator being stocked with Little Hug Fruit Barrels, and sitting with her in her office at Kinder Care during nap time (which I hated). In college I visited her and we went fishing together (something I never really imagined doing with Grandma). I took my kids down years later, and even though she wasn't sure who we all were all the time, she was welcoming and loving. There was no one like her.

amelia hatchett

April 3, 2021

my parents and I took Ann and Eugene to our family camp after the wedding for their honeymoon in Ashland City

Sandra Adams

April 3, 2021

We lived up the street from them, went to same schools and church together. We lived close to all our family in Bordeaux. I stayed with Anne, and Aunt Mary after school. Anne would fix popcorn balls for snack. I remember getting new dress for Anne and Eugene's home wedding. Went to Georgia to see their new baby. A great hostess when we visited them in Flordia . She was a sweet cousin and I'll never forget her laughter and smile. I love you Anne. Sandra

Linds Burns

April 3, 2021

Anne and I were more like sisters in our early years. She was fun and had a great laugh. I have missed her for the last few years . All my love to her family!