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Hazel D. Miller
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Hazel Dawn "Atkins" Miller, age 94, died May 2, 2017 after a long illness. She was born February 1, 1923 in Star City, Arkansas, the daughter of the late James B and Mattie L Atkins. She was a graduate of Star City High School and Droughins Business College. She attended Southwestern Bible Institute in Waxahachie, Texas and Tulsa University.

Hazel was a member of First Assembly of God in Tulsa, Oklahoma and was very active in all the churches she attended over the years. She was a Sunday school teacher, member of the Sanctuary Choir, ladies trio, and helped with anything that needed to be done at the church.

Hazel was employed by Western Business Products for 26 years and retired on December 30, 1995 as Vice President Comptroller.

She was preceded in death by her husband Odell Miller, parents, James B and Mattie L Atkins, sister, Betty L Pearce of Benton, niece, Phyllis Kassel, and nephew, Tommy Pearce.

Survivors include one brother, Jim Atkins, of Hot Springs; nephew Ray "Skip" Pearce and wife Debbie, of Hot Springs; nephew Alan Atkins and wife Janet, of Hot Springs; nephew, Paul Atkins of San Francisco; great-niece Nicole Lundmark of San Francisco, and great-nephew, Tyler Atkins of Dallas.

There will be no visitation, and a private burial will be held in Star City Arkansas.

Hazel's family would like to thank all the wonderful staff at West Shores assisted living, Lake Hamilton Health and Rehabilitation and Arkansas Hospice for the excellent care and affection she received.

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