HASTY, Hazel Wyatt
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Hazel Wyatt Hasty of Canton passed away peacefully at her home on October 30, 2009, after an extended illness. She was preceded in death by the late William G. Hasty, Sr., former Representative and Senator from the area and parents Joseph and Laura Jane Hester Wyatt and beloved sister Jewell Wyatt Bannister. Mrs. Hasty retired from the Cherokee County School System after teaching thirty-five years in Ball Ground, Hickory Flat and Canton elementary schools. She loved being with her family especially the grandchildren and more recently the great-grandchildren. As a member of the First Baptist Church of Canton she enjoyed being with members of the Joy Sunday School Class, her Prayer Circle, and the Laurel Garden Club. She was a faithful believer in the Baptist Mission Union and while active always made prayer for missionaries a special part of her day. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, teacher and sister to all who loved her. She also enjoyed cooking for the family and was known for her "banana pudding." After retirement, she and her husband enjoyed traveling and especially hosting tours of teachers to Europe. She and Mr. Hasty were members of the Friendship Force, and their travels introduced them to many new countries, cultures and friends. She is survived by her son and daughters: William "Billy" and Linda Hasty of Ball Ground and children Will and Anna Hasty, Eryn and Cole of Canton; Lauren Hasty of Paris, France; and Nick Hasty of New York, NY; Ned and Joanie Castleberry and her children David and Jory Cannon, Jr., Lane and Del of Canton; Deanna and John Adkins of Marietta; and Dixie and Bob Kinard of Dalton, and their children Mac and Kim Schuessler, Emme, Swann and Mac III of Atlanta; Jon and Christy Davenport and William of Atlanta; and Stephen and Amy Cole, Logan and Robert of Dalton. Caring staff of the Darby Huey Funeral Home in Charge of Arrangements.
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