Wednesday, June 09, 2021
Hazel Could Slocum (Hulton), 92, of Warwick, handed away on Monday, June 7, 2021, at Halcyon West Bay in Warwick, RI. She was the daughter of the late John S. Hulton and the late Marion H. Hulton. She was married to the late George E. Slocum for 61 years previous to his passing in 2009.
She was born and raised in Cranston and held deep roots there, however Warwick was the place she spent most of her grownup life. She was in love with all of the neighborhood needed to supply and selected to lift her household there.
In her skilled life, Hazel was an area actual property trade chief and a proud member of The Nationwide Affiliation of Realtors, The Rhode Island Affiliation of Realtors, and The Kent Washington Affiliation of Realtors. Having been the catalyst to, and the cornerstone of, Slocum Realty primarily based in Warwick she was very extremely revered by each her workplace household, her colleagues all through Rhode Island, and people she got here to know so effectively throughout the nation via her management efforts. When folks requested what Hazel stood for the reply was at all times easy, ethics, equity, and dedication for everybody she and Slocum Realty had the privilege of serving to and dealing with. To Hazel, each personally and professionally, it at all times got here down to 1 easy premise: proper or fallacious, there was no grey, no flirting with the reality, you probably did the proper factor each time, and she or he would by no means hesitate to let anybody realize it is so simple as that. Powerful, honest, dedicated, loving, and unwavering. Many would inform you that even these robust conferences often ended with a hug and assurance that “every little thing was going to be alright”.
Hazel cherished so many issues in life together with touring to the Caribbean, boating on the bay, digging little necks between the islands, gardening, and swimming. Nonetheless, on the finish of the day, there was by no means something extra essential than her household. Hazel was so extremely pleased with her kids, her grandchildren, and her great-grandchildren. She flourished with every of their accomplishments, actions, and experiences. The delight and love simply beamed from her eyes as she gazed at each one in every of them.
Hazel leaves her sons, Robert G. Slocum and his spouse Donna, and Philip C. Slocum and his spouse Lauren. She was predeceased by her daughter, Diane E. Wallace, the spouse of Walter Wallace.
All her kids held extremely particular and important roles in her life. As well as, she would gleefully inform you she was blessed with ten superb and great grandchildren Shani, Greg, Randi, James, John, Katie, Christopher, Nick, Alicia, and Sean. She prays they at all times know what a particular place all of them have had in her coronary heart, and the enjoyment they offered in her life. And eventually, her love and delight simply stored rising after they blessed her with fifteen great-grandchildren and two extra on the way in which. She was fast to inform everybody about all of them with probably the most loving smile on her face. As well as, there have been a number of folks in her life that she considered “household/sons/daughters,” and whom she cherished dearly. Two very particular those who she cherished “as her personal,” however had been simply missing the final identify Slocum, had been James Grady and Bob DeGregorio. You each know the enjoyment, happiness, delight, and laughter you delivered to her life. She was so grateful for each second. She cherished you a lot and genuinely considered you “as her personal”.
Hazel’s Funeral Service will probably be held on Monday, June 14, at The Urquhart-Murphy Funeral Home, 800 Greenwich Ave Warwick, RI 02886 (exit 12A off I-95).
Relations and associates are invited to go to the household from 9:30-11:30 am adopted by a short service and burial at Quidnessett Memorial Cemetery, North Kingstown.
In lieu of flowers, presents in Hazel’s reminiscence could be made to Saint Elizabeth Community, 2364 Publish Rd. Suite 100, Warwick, RI 02886 or one other essential non-profit close to and pricey to your coronary heart and are sincerely appreciated.