Hazel Hudson Obituary, Death – Hazel Hudson, who was a cherished wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, passed away on January 27, 2023, at the age of 92 at the Lake Taylor Transitional Care Hospital in Norfolk. Hazel was a resident of Chesapeake, Virginia. Mrs. Hudson was a native of Vass, North Carolina, and she served as a Sunday School teacher for more than seventy years.
She was also a long-time active member of the former Brent-Lox Baptist Church, a member of Temple Baptist Church, and an active member of the Women’s Missionary Union at both Brent-Lox and the Portsmouth Baptist Association. At the time of her death, Mrs. Hudson was a member of Temple Baptist Church. Mrs. Hudson has been a model military spouse for the previous 22 years.
We pay her and her four children our respects for the service they have rendered to their country. Mrs. Hudson’s dedicated and loving husband of 62 years, Dutch, who passed away before her. The couple had been married for 62 years. She is survived by her four children and the people who married them: Gary and Nancy Jessup of Charlotte, North Carolina; Mike Jessup of Boone, North Carolina; Barbara and Richard Jessup of Windsor, North Carolina; and Nancy and Tracy Jessup of Virginia Beach, Virginia.
In addition, she is survived by her brother Tommie Jessup and his wife Ann Jessup of Southern Pines, North Carolina. She had ten great-grandchildren: Ernie, Emmaly, Steven, Ava, Arlo and Madison, Selah and Sadie, and Darren, and Blakely. She was a devoted and loving grandmother to her five grandchildren and their spouses: Tereasa and Bob of Asheville, NC; Christopher and Angie of Clemmons, NC; Steven and Mariela of Fairfield, CA; Lindsay and Darren of Indian Trail, NC.
Megan and Easton of Blaine, MN Mrs. Hudson made it a point to maintain a close relationship with her nephews, nieces, and their respective families on a regular basis. Additionally, she served as a mother figure to a great number of people, including Steve Hall of Johnston City, Tennessee. The family would like to extend their love and gratitude to the following people.
Neighbors Joe and the late Sharon Stone, Nona, and Chet Barnette, their longtime family physician Dr. Nicholas Terry, the clergy and members of Brent-Lox Baptist Church and Temple Baptist Church, residents of Harmony at Oakbrooke and their families, the staff of the Azalea Unit at Lake Taylor Transitional Care Hospital, and the staff of Sentara Hospice.