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Jeannette P. Hazard
April 8, 1947 ~ September 22, 2023 (age 76) 76 Years Old
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Jeannette Pearl “Wamp” Hazard,76, of Providence Rhode Island passed peacefully Friday, September 22,2023. Born in Providence Rhode Island, she was the daughter of the late Bernice Wilson and Willie Perry.
Jeannette was the loving wife of the late William A. Hazard for forty-six wonderful years.
Jeannette leaves to cherish her memory, three daughters: Dawn A. Perry, Andrea B. Armelin and Kaesha M. Hazard. Grandchildren: David A. Perry, Jonathan Hazard-Nettles III, Denashia J. Cochran, and Sire X. Hazard. Great Granddaughter, Oshin Perry.
Siblings: Willie V. Perry (Vernell), Yula M. Perry Garmon (Rhett), Kevin E. Perry, Annette M. Perry Gilliard (Ronald) and a host of family and friends.
Besides her parents Jeannette was preceded in death by her children: Joye Billie-Jean, Brett and William Hazard Jr., Siblings: Carol Johnston, Ernestine Levy, and William Perry.
Jeannette, also known to many as “Wamp” received her education in the Providence School System and was a graduate from Central High School. She was employed at General Electric for twenty-seven years, retiring in 2000. She later entered a second career at Walmart as a cashier and enjoyed socializing and meeting people, customers would always come back and look for Jeannette.
Wamp loved life, family gatherings, outings, music, and dancing. There never was a party where she was not on the dance floor. She enjoyed going out to eat and loved her some fried chicken and if you were eating chicken with her- let’s just say make sure you knew how to eat it. She will let you know if you left too much meat on the bone.
Her vibrant, warm welcoming personality and that bright smile will be deeply missed.