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Hazel Marie Snider

Sunday, December 5, 2021
Hazel Marie Snider

After a long battle with cancer, Hazel Marie Snyder of Seminole passed away on December 1, 2021. She was under Hospice care at a facility in Lubbock.

Hazel was 85 years young. She leaves behind two sons, Doug Huffman and Mike Huffman and wife Lisa, both of Lubbock; a daughter, Johnna Key and husband Jon of Seminole, three brothers Daniel Pierson of San Antonio, Clinton Pierson of Monahans, brother Eddie Pierson of Abilene. She also leaves behind many grandchildren and great-grandchildren, who adored her completely. Also included is her extended family at Mackenzie Place where she resided her last two years. They were definitely part of her family.

She was preceded in death by her husband Bill Snider, beloved parents O.J. Sr. and Johnnie Pierson, two brothers Jimmy Pierson and O.J. Pierson, Jr., one sister Gloria Tucker, her son Rick Huffman, grandson Adam Moore, three beloved nephews, one beloved niece and numerous pups whom she adored more than most people.

Hazel was married to Bill Snider of Seminole who passed away in 2013. She was a bookkeeper and worked for several businesses in and around Seminole. She was very much loved and adored by those who knew her. Hazel was the best darn softball/ baseball coach to ever come out of our community.

To try to capture her in one sentence, we would say this, "If she knew you and liked you, you would most likely get your butt chewed out on many occasions. We are gonna miss those. "

Many thanks to Southwest Cancer Center in Lubbock for their exceptional treatment. Special love and admiration to her oncologist, Dr. Sanjay Awashti. He loved her and she, of course, loved him. We love you, Doc.

In lieu of plants and flowers, please donate to your local ASPCA or a charity of your choice.