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Roselawn Funeral Home & Roselawn Memorial Gardens

5350 NW Broad Street, Murfreesboro, TN

OBITUARY

Ruby Lee Hajdasz

April 10, 1939March 17, 2020

Ruby Lee Lawson Hajdasz - April 10th, 1939 to March 17th, 2020 Born and raised in Gainesboro, Tennessee, her Father and Mother were William Kay Lawson and Ova Green Scantland Lawson. Lee was the youngest of 11 children. Her only surviving sibling is Virginia Christine Lawson Burris of Cookeville, Tennessee. Lee moved to Nashville at a young age to begin her career. She married MSGT: Robert J. Hajdasz Sr. on April 27th 1963. They lived in Nashville, Laverne and Murfreesboro until Bob’s death August 17, 2000. They were married over 37 years. At that time Lee moved to Lebanon and then on to Bloomington Springs, Tennessee.

She loved refurbishing and restoring furniture into beautiful heirloom pieces. She would then sell the items at the local flea market. Lee enjoyed painting and was a wonderful artist. With her artistic qualities she built and decorated her home in Bloomington Springs to be her dream home.

Lee is survived by her Daughter Monica and her son Robbie. Five Grandchildren and two Great Grandchildren. Daughter Monica (Benjamin David) Spencer - Lafayette, Tn. Grand-daughter Jessica (Ricardo) Hernandez - Columbia, Tn. Great g-daughter Anahlee Hernandez Grand-daughter Heather (Cody) Brawner - Lafayette, Tn. Great g-daughter Sophia Gooslby Grand-daughter Casey Martin (Fiancé – Charles Adcock) - Lafayette, Tn. Son Robert J. Hajdasz Jr. - Huntsville, Al. Grandson Robert J. Hajdasz III - Huntsville, Al. Grandson Tyler Reece Hajdasz - Smyrna, TN.

Several Nieces and Nephews, Great Nieces and Great Nephews and Great Great Nieces and Nephews.

Services

  • Private Gathering of Family Monday, March 23, 2020
  • Private Service to Celebrate Monday, March 23, 2020

Memories

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Debra Hajdasz

March 22, 2020

Monica ,Robbie and families. So very sorry to hear of the loss of your Mom. My love and heart are with all of you at this difficult time. Love you all. I send prayers love and peace to you. Love Aunt Deb.

Laura Craven

March 19, 2020

Aunt Leigh

Even though we haven't seen each other in the last few years, we've always managed to keep in touch. No matter what the obstacles were......... :)
You will always be in my heart and I'll never forget the times you were there for me. I could count on you and your wisdom.
You helped me through a lot of hard times and your love was unconditional.

Love you forever and you will never be forgotten.

Your niece Laura

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY