In Loving Memory of Mrs. Hazel L Barnes


Mrs. Hazel L. Barnes April 18, 1936 – October 15, 2021 Mrs. Hazel L. Barnes (85), entered life on April 18, 1936, being born to Mr. Henry French and Mrs. Flester French. She was raised in a home filled with Christian love, spirituality and teaching, along with her siblings. She joined church at an early age. The family of three girls, Ola V, Dorothy and Hazel all made advancements and grew under the direction of their parents, as well as Mr. Alex Richardson. With the help of Mr. Alex Richardson and Mrs. Flester Richardson, Hazel was able to attend Grambling College, where she graduated with a degree in Mathematics. While at Grambling (1954-58), she did well in her studies; and she was liked by her fellow classmates. She even reigned as the Homecoming Queen for one year. Eventually, she would add to her Bachelor’s Degree a Master’s Degree from the Claremont Colleges of Claremont, California. She used her education well, as she taught more than thirty years until she retired from Middle School teaching. She held teaching positions in Virginia, California and finally Washington State. In Washington State, she worked at Woodbrook Jr. High School and Clover Park High School. Finally, as an educator, she worked in union negotiation and finance bargaining for the Teacher’s Union. She was a member of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Her many years of service to education are to be commended. She inspired all of her family toward higher education and hard work. We all owe her a debt of gratitude for what she taught us in this regard. Mrs. Barnes was a Christian and a member of Mount Canaan Missionary Baptist Church and served as Secretary for many years. And in Washington State, she served under her cousin, Reverend J. D. Stinson, at Galilee Missionary Baptist Church as vice-president of the usher board and on the financial committee for many years. She passed away on October 15, 2021 after a very long illness. God in His infinite wisdom chose the time to take her unto his wings for His loving care. Rest in peace, Auntie. Nursing home. Our family would like to offer a note of appreciation to the nursing staff, doctors, and other staff at the Regency of Puyallup Rehabilitation center for the care that they gave to her during these past years Celebration of life services will be held 1pm, Saturday October 30th, 2021 at Scott Funeral Home 1215 MLK JR Way Tacoma, WA 98405Mrs. Hazel L. Barnes April 18, 1936 – October 15, 2021 Mrs. Hazel L. Barnes (85), entered life on April 18, 1936, being born to Mr. Henry French and Mrs. Flester French. She was raised in a home filled with Christian love, spirituality and teaching, along with her siblings. She joined church at an early age. The family of three girls, Ola V, Dorothy and Hazel all made advancements and grew under the direction of their parents, as well as Mr. Alex Richardson. With the help of Mr. Alex Richardson and Mrs. Flester Richardson, Hazel was able to attend Grambling College, where she graduated with a degree in Mathematics. While at Grambling (1954-58), she did well in her studies; and she was liked by her fellow classmates. She even reigned as the Homecoming Queen for one year. Eventually, she would add to her Bachelor’s Degree a Master’s Degree from the Claremont Colleges of Claremont, California. She used her education well, as she taught more than thirty years until she retired from Middle School teaching. She held teaching positions in Virginia, California and finally Washington State. In Washington State, she worked at Woodbrook Jr. High School and Clover Park High School. Finally, as an educator, she worked in union negotiation and finance bargaining for the Teacher’s Union. She was a member of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Her many years of service to education are to be commended. She inspired all of her family toward higher education and hard work. We all owe her a debt of gratitude for what she taught us in this regard. Mrs. Barnes was a Christian and a member of Mount Canaan Missionary Baptist Church and served as Secretary for many years. And in Washington State, she served under her cousin, Reverend J. D. Stinson, at Galilee Missionary Baptist Church as vice-president of the usher board and on the financial committee for many years. She passed away on October 15, 2021 after a very long illness. God in His infinite wisdom chose the time to take her unto his wings for His loving care. Rest in peace, Auntie. Nursing home. Our family would like to offer a note of appreciation to the nursing staff, doctors, and other staff at the Regency of Puyallup Rehabilitation center for the care that they gave to her during these past years Celebration of life services will be held 1pm, Saturday October 30th, 2021 at Scott Funeral Home 1215 MLK JR Way Tacoma, WA 98405Mrs. Hazel L. Barnes April 18, 1936 – October 15, 2021 Mrs. Hazel L. Barnes (85), entered life on April 18, 1936, being born to Mr. Henry French and Mrs. Flester French. She was raised in a home filled with Christian love, spirituality and teaching, along with her siblings. She joined church at an early age. The family of three girls, Ola V, Dorothy and Hazel all made advancements and grew under the direction of their parents, as well as Mr. Alex Richardson. With the help of Mr. Alex Richardson and Mrs. Flester Richardson, Hazel was able to attend Grambling College, where she graduated with a degree in Mathematics. While at Grambling (1954-58), she did well in her studies; and she was liked by her fellow classmates. She even reigned as the Homecoming Queen for one year. Eventually, she would add to her Bachelor’s Degree a Master’s Degree from the Claremont Colleges of Claremont, California. She used her education well, as she taught more than thirty years until she retired from Middle School teaching. She held teaching positions in Virginia, California and finally Washington State. In Washington State, she worked at Woodbrook Jr. High School and Clover Park High School. Finally, as an educator, she worked in union negotiation and finance bargaining for the Teacher’s Union. She was a member of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Her many years of service to education are to be commended. She inspired all of her family toward higher education and hard work. We all owe her a debt of gratitude for what she taught us in this regard. Mrs. Barnes was a Christian and a member of Mount Canaan Missionary Baptist Church and served as Secretary for many years. And in Washington State, she served under her cousin, Reverend J. D. Stinson, at Galilee Missionary Baptist Church as vice-president of the usher board and on the financial committee for many years. She passed away on October 15, 2021 after a very long illness. God in His infinite wisdom chose the time to take her unto his wings for His loving care. Rest in peace, Auntie. Nursing home. Our family would like to offer a note of appreciation to the nursing staff, doctors, and other staff at the Regency of Puyallup Rehabilitation center for the care that they gave to her during these past years Celebration of life services will be held 1pm, Saturday October 30th, 2021 at Scott Funeral Home 1215 MLK JR Way Tacoma, WA 98405