Hazel Lee Scott, 85, entered her forever home on Tuesday December 3, 2013 at the Gibson General Hospital Skilled Nursing Facility. She was peacefully surrounded by her beloved family members as she went to meet her Savior.

Born on April 17, 1928 in Huntingburg, Indiana, Hazel was the daughter of Irvin Grover and Lillie M. (Fisher) Gambill, as well as sister to Cletus Gambill, Zella Sellers, Gladys Whitsitt, Edna Reinhold, Wilma Reinhold and Jean Barrett. Hazel became a Christian at a young age and dedicated her life in the service to her Lord.

At the age of 19, Hazel married Therne Noble Scott on October 24, 1947 and became mother to Phyllis (Paul) Daniels of Fishers, IN, Daniel (Brenda) Scott of Oakland City, Rex Scott of Princeton and Donna Sisson of Princeton. In addition to being a dedicated wife and mother, Hazel loved her church and the opportunity to serve others. She truly loved being a part of the Princeton Church of God for 59 years and developed a love for those with whom she attended church every Sunday. She was a well-known prayer warrior to all who knew her. She enjoyed cooking and trying new recipes, singing and listening to music and spoiling her children and grandchildren at Christmas.

She will be continually watching over those she left behind, including her husband of 66 years, four children, seven grandchildren including Paul (Janelle) Daniels of Noblesville, IN, Ericka Daniels of Indianapolis, Branden Scott of Florida, Andrea (Matthew) Brown of Oakland City, Jonathan Scott of Oakland City, Kim Sisson of Princeton and Mikala Sisson of Princeton. Especially close to her heart were her five great-grandchildren, Luke, Nathan and Emily Daniels of Noblesville, Noah Scott of Florida and Rylan Brown of Oakland City.

Those who wish to take part in the celebrations of Hazel’s life may attend visitation from 4 until 7 p.m. Thursday Dec. 5, 2013 at the Colvin Funeral Home in Princeton. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Friday Dec. 6 2013 at the Tower Heights Church of God 2005 Keystone Dr. Princeton with officiants, Skip Farmer, Paul Daniels, and Jonathan Scott.

There will be visitation at the church from 10 a.m. until service time on Friday. Burial with follow in the Columbia “White” Church Cemetery.