Hazel Miller Burnett

Born in Putnam County, TN on April 19, 1930

Departed on December 7, 2019 and resided in Nashville, TN

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Hazel Miller Burnett of Nashville, TN passed away on Saturday, December 7, 2019 at the age of 89. She was born on April 19, 1930 to the late Travis Miller and Barce Braddon Miller in Putnam County, TN.
Along with her parents, Hazel is preceded in death by her husband of 41 years, Gene A. Burnett; son-in-law, Robert Owen Wiseman; and siblings, Ollie Messenger, Hubert Miller, Dorothy Peek, Aubrey Miller, and Dovie Messenger.
She is survived by her daughters, Gina B Wiseman and Janet B Leaver(Gary). Hazel is also survived by her grandchildren, Robbie Shea Wiseman(Eddie), Daniel Austin Wiseman(Page), Ashley Gale Vandohlen, and Keith Lee Vandohlen; and one great grandchild, Merrit M. Wiseman.
Hazel adored her grandchildren and cherished every moment with them. She was a member of West Nashville Freewill Baptist Church. She was also an active member and long standing President of Cohn Senior Renaissance Center.
A Celebration of Life will be held Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 1:00pm at West Harpeth Funeral Home in Nashville. Visitation will also be held on Wednesday from 11:00am until the hour of service. Hazel will be laid to rest with her husband at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens.

One Comment to Hazel Miller Burnett

  1. Mrs. Vicki (Hemby) Otto says:

    Jan and Gina, I am so sorry for the loss of your mom. Keith and Ashley, I know she loved you’ll so much and you loved her too. She was a very kind person and always welcomed me into her home growing up. Jan and I were neighbors and friends. We went to school together from elementary school to high school. I played tennis with your mom a couple of times. She was a good tennis player. She was an excellent cook. I remember in elementary school, she packed Jan’s lunch every day, which was way better then what the cafeteria was serving. Your mom would always take me along with them bowling. Jan and I would hang out while they played. She use to have major yard sales. I remember she always had friends over all the time playing cards. She was a fun person. I lost my dad this summer and I am having to take care of my sister, so I definitely understand how you must be feeling. Keep her in your heart with all the good memories. I am sorry I was not able to attend funeral.

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