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Hazel Moudry

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Hazel Moudry age 80 of New Hampton died Sunday, April 26, 2015 at the University of Iowa Hospital in Iowa City. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held 10:30 a.m. Thursday, April 30, 2015, at Holy Family Parish, New Hampton, with Rev. Mark Osterhaus celebrating the Mass. Friends may greet the family 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 29, 2015, at Hugeback-Johnson Funeral Home in New Hampton. Visitation continues an hour prior to the Mass at church. Hazel, daughter of Arthur and Anna Sievers Slack was born July 23, 1934 in Gothenburg, NE. She grew up in Tripoli, IA and graduated from Tripoli High School. On May 9, 1953 she was united in marriage to Urban Joseph Mihm and resided in Sumner, IA. From this union was born five children; Teresa Mihm of Florence, OR; Pamela (Patrick) Gunn of Lancaster, CA; Annette (Curt) Taylor of Lisbon, IA; David (Corry) Mihm of Dillon, CO; Suzanne (Patrick) Wall of Pryor Lake, MN. Hazel enjoyed family camping trips, gardening, motorcycling, singing, dancing and many creative crafts. She was an active member of the American Legion Auxilary, a Cub Scout Den Mother and belonged to the Sumner Civic Club. Hazel also worked outside the home at Bealmer's Dry Goods and later returned to school and became a barber. On February 6, 1982 she married LuVerne Moudry and moved to Protivin, IA. There she was the Protivin City Clerk and continued to cut hair. They enjoyed many years of motorcycling and R.V.ing around the country. Later they moved to New Hampton, IA, where Hazel (Princess Lady Bug) was a member of the Red Hat Society. In addition to her five children, Hazel is survived by eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren. She is also survived by her husband, LuVerne, two step sons and their families. She was proceeded in death by her parents, two sisters and two brothers.

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  1. My Mom was a fun loving lady. She taught me how to do the same. Thank you all for being friends to her. She is missed. God rest her soul now. Suzie

  2. We enjoyed getting to know Hazel when she lived in New Hampton. She and LaVerne usually went to the 8:00 church service and we often had a chance to visit during coffee and rolls time after mass. My mom liked to visit with Hazel when she lived in Protivin, especially when going to get her hair cut.

  3. I will never forget our trip to Montana with Lovee and Hazel. Hazel will be remembered for being an outstanding cook. She had enough food packed to feed us all the way to Montana. And, she and I survived Bear Tooth Pass with our outstanding motorcycle drivers in an ‘Iowa Snowstorm’!! What a great time!

  4. Hazel had a contagious smile and there was always a sparkle in her eyes. I had so much fun with her and LaVerne on all of the motorcycle trips we took over many years. I will never forget our trip to New Orleans! Saying prayers for LaVerne and Hazel’s family. MHSRIP. Kristin Frank

  5. I will always remember the day I met Hazel. She met Lovee and I along the highway and brought him groceries and very nice lunch. And Sophie was with her to greet us as we arrived. Her love for Laverne was so inspirational.

  6. Shall never forget all the good times experienced with Hazel and Luverne associated with our Gold Wing motorcycle riding experiences and trips. Find the great roads in Heaven for us to ride when we join you, Hazel. Rest in peace. Dale & Joy Frank Charles City, IA

  7. We shared many ‘fun times’ with Hazel. Our thoughts and prayers are with ‘Lovie’ and her family. Hugs from the Knudtsons.


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