A tribute to my sister, Hazel Elizabeth (Longworth) Davis, and some random thoughts on human mortality. Anecdotal incidents on my life and my sister’s as we were growing up (We were one year and four months apart). Also, information about her family after she married. This includes her final moments at Hospice, in Middletown, OH.
Covenant Tabernacle World Outreach Center, Inc. Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017
Pastor Charles (Chuck) Longworth
Title: A Tribute to my sister, Hazel Elizabeth (Longworth) Davis, and some random thoughts on Human Mortality!
Opening Passage Eccl.3:1-2, Eccl. 12, Heb.9:27-28
Supplemental Scriptures: James 4: 13-17, Psalm 8: 3 – 6, I Jn.3: 1 – 3
Important Cues: Ironton, OH, Richlands, VA, Alcony, OH, Oak Ridge, TN, New Carlisle, OH, Mom’s parents (Artz), Nazarene Church & Daily Devotions, Hazel was prone to sickness (Pneumonia, Polio, Neck Fracture, Stillborn baby boy, Parkinson’s Disease, and finally, Cancer), She was a fighter and a ‘Tom-Boy’(Baby Pigeons), Partly because our nearness in age, we were loyal to each other and looked out for one another, Hoe Incident, House in Belmont Area of Kettering, OH, outside Dayton, We both attended Fairmont High School in Kettering, where I graduated, God’s Bible School where Hazel graduated High School, Hazel meets & marries Daniel Davis, Their Children, Dan’s death in 2000,
Otterbein Home (near Cincinnati), her recent illness, Yearbook.
Only One Life, ‘Twill Soon be Passed, Only What’s Done for Christ Will Last !
The Old Must Die, But the Young May Die. We have no promise of Tomorrow-So Live for Jesus, Everyday!
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