Elizabeth A. Hazlett


Elizabeth (Lisa) A. Hazlett passed unexpectedly from this life on Thursday, June 25th, 2020 at the age of 65. She was the wife of William and cherished mother of two sons, Ryan and Andrew. Born July 3rd, 1954 to Joseph (Buddy) and Helen Gross. She resided in Clarks Summit, PA with her brothers Joe, John, Bill, and Jim along with her sisters Tina (Kane), Nancy (Curran) and her late sister Mari.

As a high school graduate she began a career in banking. In 1977 she moved to upstate New York to further pursue her career. This is where she met her to-be husband William (Bill) Hazlett. They married in 1980 and spent their honeymoon traveling Europe and traveled often in the years after. In 1984, Lisa gave birth to her first child Ryan Christopher and in 1989 she birthed her second child, Andrew William.

Being at home with her children as they grew gave her a tremendous amount of joy, along with rooting for her beloved Penn State Nittany Lions football and her favorite race horses.

Whether it was driving to the boy’s baseball games, handwriting hundreds of Christmas cards every year, or entertaining her three grandchildren - Brody, Ian, Andy - she was a woman with a kind heart who always thought of others before herself. Her loss is devastating to all who knew and loved her.

On behalf of family and friends – we LOVE you and you will be missed greatly.

To celebrate her life the family will be holding a private ceremony. In lieu of flowers, please donate to an addiction recovery organization or facility in your area.

Guest Book

Marcie Slot

Lisa will be so missed. I've known Lisa for many years and she was the 1st to lend a helping hand. Our shared helping and memories of Faith made a special bond between us. I will miss our long phone calls with each other, her special laughter...God has a Special Angel in Heaven...condolences to
all Lisa's family and those grandchildren she loved so much and would love talking about.
Love,
Marcie Slot

Coach Joe Carpenter

Thoughts and Prayers to You and Your Family. RIP

Bob and Angie Rybak

Lisa and her family in our thoughts and prayers. If there is anything we can do, please feel free to let us know.

Antipastos

We are so sorry to hear of your loss. We send our deepest condolences to your family.

With love from everyone from Antipastos

Laurie Burns

I am so very sorry for your loss. Lisa was a wonderful woman and while I haven't seen her in years, it saddens me to hear of her passing. We were members of a bowling league in the late 70's and early 80's and I have many fond memories of the "dinner club".

Dr. Frank S. Arcangelo

My thoughts are with all of you in your time of grief. I will never forget the good times we shared long ago.
With love and affection.. Arky