Donald L. Hazzard
July 17, 1946 – September 24, 2020
Don was preceded in death by wife, Margaret Hazzard; parents, Archie W. and Doris Hazzard; brother, Archie Hazzard; grandson, Johnny Hazzard; his faithful black labs, Mike, Skeeter, Tuco and Annie.
Don will be deeply missed by his children, Diana (Mark) Shearer, Frank (Jennifer) Hazzard and Skip (Sandy) Hazzard; brothers, Dennis (Judy) Hazzard and James (Jeanette) Hazzard; sister, Carol (Dave) Wald; grandchildren, Anna, Emily, Joey, Mackenzie, Abby, Katie, Spencer; dog, Roxxy; nieces, nephews, family and friends.
Don graduated from St. Paul Johnson in 1964. He married Margaret Koehnen on January 6, 1968. They had three children and eight grandchildren. Don loved to bird hunt with his labs and enjoyed camping and fishing with his family. He was an avid Gopher hockey fan and loved to coach Pee Wee Hockey in the Johnson Area.
Visitation will take place from 4pm to 8pm on Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at Wulff Funeral Home, 1485 White Bear Ave, St. Paul. Interment at 10am on Thursday, October 1, 2020 at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Maplewood.
To honor Don, please wear your favorite sports team apparel.
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Thursday, October 1, 2020
Donald L. Hazzard
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September 29, 2020
Diana,Frank,Skip and families. Our hearts go out to you. We have so many memories of Uncle Don that it would take hours to tell them all. We will hold those memories forever and share them often. Uncle Don, The only thing I know about the Hombres is what you told me.!!
All our love, Jack,Cheryl,Ashley and Nick
September 27, 2020
My son Dan melde, played for Don, which I thought was some of the greatest years, from the coaching by Don and how he interacted with the parents, the East side lost a great man and a coach and a friend to everyone, God bless him and family, Sorry for your loss
September 26, 2020
You will be greatly missed by many.
You were a great American and an awesome neighbor to have on the East Side of St. Paul.
Thank you for giving back to our East Side community as a youth hockey and baseball coach!!
I am glad that you allowed me to develop and share a deep friendship with you son Skipper
I will miss the rattling keys on your belt buckle when you came home from Canteen when I was a kid.
I will always cherish the memories (from what I can remember) we made together at all the WCHA final five tournaments we attended!!!!!
RIP and we will meant again - keep a seat warm for me with a cold beer!!!!
Love Russ Wyganowski