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Sheila Hazel Memorial
Sheila Hazel Memorial

Sheila Hazel

Sheila Hazel

Saturday, December 24th, 2022

Sheila Marie Hazel (Rogge), age 54, resident of Sedro Woolley, WA, went peacefully to the arms of her Lord, surrounded by her loving husband, family and close friend on Saturday, December 24, 2022, at Peace Health United, Sedro-Woolley, WA.

Sheila was born in Baraboo, WI on November 30, 1968, to parents Edward Paul Rogge and Bonnie Gaye Rogge. Sheila was number three of five children.

Sheila is remembered by family and friends as generous, kind, non-judgmental, stylish, fearless, a bit twisted, dedicated, fun, loving, and a prayer warrior. She wore stylish hats and had a beautiful smile. She could make the craziest clothes look glamorous. She loved “cashmere” and wore it often. She also loved to go to consignment stores and purchase cashmere for anyone else she could. She could go to the dollar store and find a perfect gift. Even if her pocketbook was light, she never forgot birthdays or anniversaries and would always find some little gift to say, “I am thinking about you on this special day.”

Sheila did a variety of jobs, including surfacing tennis courts, planting beautiful flowers at fair grounds and parks, taking reservations for campgrounds, selling Avon and more. She enjoyed making jewelry, and creating beautiful paintings, using dried flower petals and jewelry. She enjoyed taking her creations to Saturday Markets and bazaars. She didn’t make much money but really enjoyed getting to meet new friends and see what everyone else was making. She would say, “I really didn’t make any money, but I sure had fun.” We would tell her, “You cannot make money when you give everything away.” She was beautiful and didn’t know a stranger. Some of us recall the friendship she had with a homeless man and his dog. She would stop and take them food and visit with them on a somewhat frequent basis.

While still in high school, Sheila married John McDaniel, of Poulsbo, WA. Soon after, daughter Monica Marie McDaniel was born, and several years later, a son, William John Paul McDaniel. They resided in Poulsbo, for 17 years, until they divorced.

In 2006, Sheila married her former high-school sweetheart, Dan Hazel. She became a stepmother to stepson, Dakota Hazel and a stepdaughter, Morgan Hazel. Dan was the love of her life. They enjoyed music concerts; classic car shows and meeting with friends for dinner and a drink. Sheila was hospitable and often would host a BBQ or dinner, for no reason at all. The kids’ friends loved to come to her house because she always fed them so well. The Hazel’s resided in Birdsview, Cape Horn, Bellingham and most recently bought a home in Sedro Woolley. Sheila and Dan were happy to celebrate their 16th wedding anniversary on October 21, 2022.

Sheila was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease on her 40th birthday. From that point on, Sheila wanted to help others better understand the disease and help to find a cure. She participated in support groups and fundraisers, to try to bring awareness and help to those who suffer from this disease. Most recently Sheila suffered with Congestive Heart Failure. Sheila endured much. She would say, “When you are given lemons, just make lemonade.”

Sheila’s greatest love was her relationship with God, her husband, grandchildren, children, family and her “very spoiled” dog Indy. These made her happy and proud.  Her family and friends will remember her genuine kindness and generosity and her love of simple things. She was beautiful inside and out. Her smile, ever-present, despite her circumstances. She would always ask, “How are you doing?” and she would sincerely care about the answer.

Sheila is survived by Husband, Dan Hazel of Sedro Woolley, WA; Daughter, Monica McDaniel of Bremerton, WA, son William McDaniel of Pousbo, WA, stepson Dakota (Loredana) Hazel of Bellingham, WA, stepdaughter Morgan Hazel of Bellingham, WA; granddaughters, Ila Adams, Bremerton, WA, Hadaleigh Hazel, Bellingham, WA, grandson, Logan Pope, Bellingham, WA, granddaughter Piper Gammons-Reese, Bellingham, WA, granddaughter Olivia Adams, Bremerton, WA and Victoria Hazel, Bellingham, WA; her father, Edward P Rogge (Emma) of Concrete, WA; mother, Bonnie Tyminski (Keith) of Sedro Woolley, WA; siblings Pamela Snavely (Todd) of Concrete, WA;  Paul Rogge (Belinda)of Concrete, WA; Edward J. Rogge (Jami) of Sedro Woolley, WA and William “Billy” Rogge (Tinze) of Winlock, WA; brother and sister in law, Steve Hazel (Judy) of Bellingham; 21 nieces/nephews and great nieces/nephews, and her dog, Indy.

Sheila is preceded in death by her father-in-law, Nels Hazel, mother-in-law, Linda Hazel, brother-in-law, Nelson Hazel; in-laws, Floyd “Mac” McDaniel (Dolores), grandparents, Vester Gore (Cleo Fern), Edward Rogge Sr. (Kathrine), grandmothers-in-law Elfreda VanLiew and Lucille Hazel.

A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, January 7, 2023, at Concrete Assembly of God Church (45734 Main St., Concrete, WA 98237) at 1:00 p.m.  A reception lunch will follow the service. Lemley’s Funeral Home will be in charge of a portion of the arrangements. In lieu of flowers, please donate to Pinkyspassion.org  or to the Michael J Fox foundation, to find a cure for Parkinson’s disease. Share memories of Sheila and sign the online guest register.

Guestbook

  • Mary Nick

    This was beautifully written. Words cannot express my sadness at this point.I’ve known Sheila since I was in school.Her personality was as big as life.Her smile was in her eyes,which I truly beleive was the pure light of Christ shining through.I hadn’t seen her in years until about 3 years ago in church.She was one of those lifelong friends that no passage of time could interrupt.Then I heard that she was hospitalized last year and had this overwhelming feeling to talk to her.I just wanted to tell her that Jesus Christ has a SPECIAL PLACE for her.It was like a MESSAGE I felt the NEED to deliver.The last time I seen her,was at the end of September.What a visit!!!That girl was styling with her little black dress black hat and black semi cat eyed glasses!!A lifetime of catching up in a 4 hour visit.Before I left I relayed the same message as before….HE HAS BIG PLANS FOR YOU.He will be GRACING us with His presence very soon,this I know.So let’s all be ready to meet them ALL again soon.My sincere condolences to the families,you are TRULY IN MY PRAYERS.May God Bless You All.

  • Lisa DeRyke

    Sheila was such an easy person to love because she herself loved so freely, without judgement or reservation. She was kind and generous. The world will be a little less brighter without her presence in it. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

  • Rick and Rose Weaver

    We knew Sheila and Dan from Church. Her grace and smile will be missed by many. May the peace that passes all understanding be with Dan and the family. We were blessed to know her!

  • Billie Bjornstad (Earley)

    Danny, Pam, Ed and all the rest. It was such a pleasure to know Sheila and work with her.. She was so beautiful and loving. I am so sorry for you loss. I hope the memory’s that she left behind will hold you until you meet again one day. I’m sure she is shining bright with the amount of love she is being given. People like Sheila give so much and now is her time to receive. No more pain and suffering. Until we meet again my friend.

  • Kailia Alexander

    Such a beautiful heartfelt post! I knew Sheila through her daughter Monica, one of my best friends. I’ve only met her a few times but she was incredibly kind and you can tell what a loving person she is. Monica spoke very highly of her and she meant the world to her. Rest in peace Sheila, you left a big impression on the people you knew and met 💕

  • Lady Angel-Wilson

    From 5th grade through high school, there’s hardly a memory that didn’t have Sheila in it. Zany & fun, she introduced me to 3-wheelers – Ouch! No-Bake cookies, practical jokes at school (that only we were privy to) and above all, the joy of having best friends. To this day, I am quite certain that Sheila, Barb, Lindy & I were the original Brat-Pack.

    Sheila was kind-hearted and gentle, incredibly positive…the kind of person you are lucky to know, and a person who inspired others by her example. Though the years following school took us in separate directions, I will always consider myself blessed to have had Sheila as a part of my life.

    Rest peacefully, my friend.

  • Catarina McDaniel

    What a beautiful soul to have graced this earth! Sheila was always kind, she will be sorely missed. We talked at length once so I could learn and understand her son William, we talked for a long time about everything under the sun. She had no secrets, everything out in the open, because she wanted you to know her inside and out. You could feel the love emit from her words. Her hazelnut tree shades us in the summer, and it only gets bigger every year. Farewell…Sheila, may you rest in peace now.

  • Monica McDaniel

    This was beautifully written by Pam. For My beautiful mother—Words can’t even begin to express how amazing you were!! Always kind, always the best advice. A smile no matter the circumstance. It all still feels unreal, but I am so happy you no longer in pain and God has you under his care. I cannot wait to celebrate you with all of the people who loved you so dearly. May you watch over my girls & keep them under your wing❤️ I will miss you every day until we meet again..

  • Debbie Reece

    Such a beautiful friend to so many! Sheila will be greatly missed … I look forward to our reunion in heaven! Prayers for the strength to bear the sadness of this loss….