Hazel M. Woolums

December 16, 1940 - March 10, 2021

Hazel M. Woolums, age 80, of Peebles, Ohio, formerly of West Union, died Wednesday, March 10, 2021 at her residence.  Hazel was born December 16, 1940 in West Union.  She is preceded by loving husband, Max Woolums, Sr.; parents: Charlie and Inez (Bellamy) Ames; one daughter, Toni Goforth; one grandson, Michael Spicer; one son-in-law, Randy Fetters and many brothers and sisters.

Hazel is survived by two daughters: Terry Woolums of Peebles and Tammy Fetters of West Union; one son, Max (Lorrie) Woolums of Brownstown, Michigan; four granddaughters: Krissy (David Cobb) Woolums of West Union, Heather (Jay) Francis of Colorado; Samantha (David) Bailey of Clearwater, Florida and Alisha (Matthew) Walters of Cameron, Illinios; two grandsons: James (Karla) Goforth of Luna Pier, Michigan and Travis (Amber) Woolums of Cameron, Illinios; seven great-grandchildren; three brothers: John (Mary) Ames of Blue Creek, Roy (Nancy) Ames of Peebles and James (Edna) Ames of Brownsville, Michigan and many nieces, nephews and cousins.

Hazel adored and loved spending time with her family.  She was an amazing woman, loved by everyone she touched.

Mrs. Woolums will be cremated.

A celebration of life will be held at the convenience of the family.

Lafferty Funeral Home Incorporated is serving the family.


Ann A Stone - Mar 13, 2021
Hazel was a beautiful person inside and out. I loved her dearly. She will be greatly missed.
Chris Beam - Mar 12, 2021
So sorry to hear about Hazel’s passing. She was a wonderful and beautiful lady. I will always remember the times we shared together! Krissy my heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Kathy McKenna - Mar 12, 2021
Hazel was a beautiful person. When I met her years ago we hit it off! I loved her dearly and will miss going over her house and putting a smile on her face.
Tammy Ast - Mar 12, 2021
Hazel was such a great lady. I loved her she was always on my side at Walmart. I will never forget our times together at Walmart. All our smoke breaks and talks. She taught me lots and I love her for it. I wish I would have stayed closer to Hazel after our days of Walmart. God blessed me by knowing her.