Hazel Henrietta Boynton

Died: Wed., Feb. 1, 2017

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Hazel Henrietta Boynton, passed away on February 1, 2017, at her home in Bogalusa, Louisiana.  Hazel had graduated from Los Angeles Harbor College in California with a degree in Commercial Art.  Hazel and her loving husband of thirty-eight years, Kenneth W Boynton, relocated to Louisiana to be close to their family and enjoy the country-living lifestyle.  Growing up in the city, Hazel enjoyed observing the abundant wildlife, so rare in the larger cities of California, yet roaming freely through their yard in Louisiana.  Hazel is survived by her husband and her loving family who currently reside in Las Vegas, Nevada; her parents, June and Henry Henke, her brother, Roger Henke, his wife, Sharon Henke, her nieces, Mercedes Fuller, Alexandra Henke, and Kathryn Henke, her grandniece, Cartier, and grandnephews, Breitlein and Cesar.  Quick to smile, Hazel will be greatly missed by those who had the good fortune to know her   Services will be at a later date. 

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   Posted Thu February 09, 2017
Hazel was a charmer. She made friends from the CEO to the maintenance man.
She was so creative and artistic. Plus so smart!
She met her husband and it was love at first sight. He was always the only one.
If the end had to be, it was blessed by the Hospice workers from
St. Tammany's hospital and the Mary Bird Clinic. Angels on earth at work.
Hazel is with us all in spirit. Out love will be with her till we join her in Heaven.

   Posted Fri February 17, 2017
This is Janet, Hazel’s friend. I just wanted to let you know how very sorry I am to hear of Hazel passing away. She was such a good friend to me. My deepest sympathy to you and your family. May loving memories help bring some comfort in your time of sorrow.

I sent a donation to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation in her memory.
I think Hazel would want us to remember her this way. She will always be in my heart.

Do not stand at my grave and weep
I am not there. I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow.
I am the diamond glints on snow.
I am the sunlight on ripened grain.
I am the gentle autumn rain.
When you awaken in the morning's hush
I am the swift uplifting rush
Of quiet birds in circled flight.
I am the soft stars that shine at night.
Do not stand at my grave and cry;
I am not there. I did not die.

Mary Elizabeth Frye

Roger Henke (Little Brother)
   Posted Tue July 18, 2017
This is my Sister. Took some time to Reply, Im still messed up to this day. no one asked me how I feel. I can tell you what I remember from Hazel. She was a Role Model to me. I wanted to be like her, Her creativity, imagination, dreams, ambition & adventure. My sister was 13 years older than me (yes, little brother brat teasing here, crying, steal a french fry off her plate) kids...She was honored with her class to paint a building of a sports design. Did you know she got lessons from the Iconic artist Bill Alexander, she got into Computer Graphic Design that would blow you away. When I was little I wanted to be her, I painted, I got messy with clay, hah, never knew what sour cream was, till i went to her house for tacos. my brother in law had so many cool Albums and computers. and Dobermans, I love you Hazel. I love you my Sister.....Sorry you might have passed, but you are not dead in my mind. I Miss you..........

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