Hazel Goebel Marsh passed away Tuesday, March 24, 2020, in Vancouver, WA.  She was 98. 

Hazel was born in 1921 in Spy Hill, Saskatchewan, Canada.  She left home at 18 and moved to Prince Rupert, BC, where she met her husband, Blaine Goebel, from Buena, WA, while he was passing through as a crewman on a tugboat.  They were married in Seattle, WA in 1945. 

Hazel and her family lived for many years in the Lynnwood/Alderwood area from the mid-1940s to late 1970s.  She worked as a waitress at the Edmonds Yacht Club restaurant from about the mid-60s to mid-70s.  She moved to Brinnon, WA in the late 70s.  She retired in the late 80s and moved to Vancouver, WA., to be near family.

Hazel is survived by two siblings, Blanche Martinson of Nanaimo, BC and Irma Alderson of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, her children, Gary Goebel of Camano Island, WA, Annette Sanchez of Lacey, WA, Lynne Anderson of Vancouver, WA, Greg Goebel of Lake Forest Park, WA, and Grant Goebel of Vancouver, WA., seven grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.

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