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Obituary of Lenys Lana Hazen

Lenys Lana Hazen Lenys Lana (Blews) Hazen, formerly of Hazens Bend (Hazen Farm Dairy), Ellwood City, died peacefully at home with her family in Summerhill, NY on April 21, 2021. She was born on March 31, 1923, in Greenville, WI, to the late Rev. Richard R. Blews and Iva O. Blews, received a B.A. from Penn State University, and taught at Penn State and Riverside High School. She is predeceased by brothers Edward and Richard. Lenys and her husband, the late Warren H. Hazen, touched many lives during their 58 years together. They raised their children—Warren H. Hazen Jr (Fr James, Holy Trinity Monastery), George R. Hazen (New Brighton), Beth E. Hazen (Summerhill), and Annette K. Hazen (Steve) Brotzman (Penfield, NY)—to be honest, hard workers and inspired beloved grandchildren J. Keenan Brennan Hazen, David (Kayla) Brotzman, Gunner Hazen (Ellen) Brennan, and Vanessa Brotzman. Lenys delighted in great-grandson Talon Hazen. Lenys attended the Free Methodist Church and First Baptist Church in Ellwood City, serving her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ throughout her life. She wrote creative plays and programs as a dedicated Sunday School teacher for youths and adults, designed exceptional flower arrangements, and was always ready to help those in need. She also loved to cook for family and friends their favorite dishes, to travel the world, and be a little wild. There will be no calling hours at her request. On Saturday, April 24, she will be laid to rest at 11:00 am, to stream the graveside service go to the Wright-Beard Funeral Home, Cortland NY, website, visiting Lenys' obituary and "clicking" live funeral stream, in a short graveside service at North Sewickley Cemetery, Chapel Hill Dr., Ellwood; at 4 pm at Hazen Farm Dairy (Rt 65), family and friends will celebrate her life with Pastor Chuck Jewell. Donations in her name can be made to Free Methodist World Missions, American Baptist Home Mission Societies, Ellwood City Public Library, and "for those in need" to Penfield Baptist Church (Penfield, NY) and Holy Transfiguration Monastery (Ellwood City).