Lou Anne Azar obituary

Lou Anne Azar, May 11, 1930 to January 5, 2021

Lou Anne Azar, May 11, 1930 to January 5, 2021

Lou Anne Azar, May 11, 1930 to January 5, 2021

Our hearts are once again saddened by the passing of our mother, Lou Anne Azar. She passed away peacefully Jan. 5, 2021, surrounded by her family. She was 90 years old.

Mom was born May 11, 1930 to L. Dene and Emma Norris Hickman. Mom was a good wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt, sister, and friend. She will be greatly missed. Mom enjoyed working, playing golf, and card games.

She first started working for the Army Corps of Engineers in 1950. There she met our dad, Al Azar, and they were married in 1951. In her last job she was the attendance secretary for Buckman Elementary School and spent 12 years there until her retirement.

She and our dad enjoyed many years of traveling and playing golf together as well as enjoying their grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

She leaves behind a son, Richard (Lona); daughter, Kay (Doug); grandson, Cody (Liesl); granddaughter, Baylie (Zak); great-granddaughters, Lyra and Etta Rose; and her brother, Clark “Doc” Hickman.

She will be interred with our dad at a later date due to covid-19 restrictions. We sincerely want to thank all of the nurses and staff at Courtyard at Mt. Tabor and the Providence Hospice nurses who took such wonderful care of our mother.

Betty the St. Bernard with (L-R) Cousins Bill Norris, Doc Hickman, Lou Anne Hickman and Eilene Norris.

Betty the St. Bernard with (L-R) Cousins Bill Norris, Doc Hickman, Lou Anne Hickman and Eilene Norris.
Courtesy Doc Hickman. See post.

1938 Garden Home Grade School, 3rd and 4th grades

1938 Garden Home Grade School, 3rd and 4th grades. Teacher, Miss Waltman. Front row, L to R: Bill May 4th, _______, _______, Harry Feldman 3rd, ___________, Clark Stephens 4th, _________ Jim Bernard 3rd.Back row, L to R: Barbara Lyons 3rd, _________, Shirley Redding 3rd, Alice Burns 4th, Ann Coey 3rd, Rosella Niebert 3rd, Lou Anne Hickman 3rd, Madeline Koester 4th, Betty Schaefer 4th, Evelyn Knudsen 4th
Courtesy Clark Stephens. See post.

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