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Raymond Lloyd Hazen
© Stittsworth Funeral Services
12-2012
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre


Raymond Lloyd “Butch” Hazen, 85, Ponca City, was born on June 28, 1927 in Ponca City, the son of James Walter and Beulah Mae Patterson Hazen and passed away peacefully on Saturday, December 29, 2012 at his residence. He was a lifelong resident of Ponca City, working as a machinist for Nickles Machine of Ponca City for over forty years.

Survivors include Butch’s wife, Wanda of the residence; sons, Allen Ray Hazen and Albert Wayne Hazen, both of Ponca City; eight grandchildren, two great-grandchildren; sisters, Pat Meeks of Ponca City, Frances Townley of Ponca City, Helen Bishop of Sacramento, California, Shirley Awalt of Sacramento, California, and Gerry Corrall of Ponca City.

Butch was preceded in passing by his parents, two sons, three brothers and one sister.

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