Hazel M. Williamson. On Aug 4, 2008 Hazel was reunited with her soulmate and beloved husband Roy. Hazel was born in Neodesha, Kansas to Garnet and William Koger. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband and siblings, Earl and Ruthe. She is survived by her beloved and loving daughter Elke (Prof. Robert J.) Pugel, as well as her daughter in law, Dr. Peg Rooney, her nieces Claudine Cannon, of OK, and Wilma Leach, of Fort Scott, KS. Also survived by her special “adopted” daughters Cathy Coe, of IL and Carol Murphy, of Idaho. She was “Grandma” to Cathy’s children; Kevin, Jason and Ryan and to Carol’s children, Bobby and Trish. She is also survived by nieces and nephews in Kansas: W.G. Williamson, Ellen Newcomb, Kenny Williamson, Gary Williamson, Rita Williamson, Jimmy Williamson and Arlene Lanier. Her survivors also include many friends in the Steel City Eagles and her special nursing home buddies, Ed Jacketta, Fronia, Gladys and Elleen. Hazel worked at the laboratory at St Mary Corwin Hospital until her retirement. She was very active in Community and social organizations and activities. Hazel had a particular fondness for the Steel City Eagles #3367, where she was an officer and trustee for many years. She was also involved with Roy in the Fin and Feather Club. The family expresses special thanks to the kind and caring people at Pueblo Extended Care Center and to the wonderful Dr. Carole Ricotta for all she did for Hazel, every day, for over a year. Thanks also to Dr. Frank Ricotta for his consideration and kindness. Thanks to special and dear friends John Wehman and Tony and Jill Paglione. Visitation will be today at the mortuary from 12:00 until 6 pm with the family present between 2 until 4 pm. Funeral service will be held at 10 am on Friday, August 8, 2008 in the Davis Memorial Chapel with Rev. Frank Davied officiating. Interment will follow in the Imperial Memorial Gardens. The Steel City Eagles Ritual Team will send Hazel off in superb and fitting fashion. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations in Hazel’s memory to Steel City Eagles or to La Famiglia Italiana.