Hazel, 99, passed away on February 18th. She was a resident of Colorado Springs her entire life.

Hazel was born on February 12, 1922 to Charles and Lottie (Libby) Stevens.  On June 18, 1939 she married Seth Linthicum in Colorado Springs. 

Hazel was a avid reader and very skilled at crocheting and stitchery.  She also enjoyed countless road trips traveling the country with her husband Seth and their many camping club friends. She was an active member of Sunrise Methodist Church and attended Colorado Springs High School.

Preceding her in death were her parents, six brothers, Raymond, Samuel, Ralph, Clyde “Ben”, Carl  “Duck” and Richard “Dick”, and three sisters, Edna, Evelyn and Lottie.  As well as her twins, Donald and Daniel and her daughter-in -law Cheryl Linthicum.  

Survivors include One daughter, Patricia Nelson; four sons Clark, Douglas and his wife Marvel, Stephen and his wife Patricia, and Russell and his wife, Linda.  Along with many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

A visitation will be held from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm on Tuesday, February 23, 2021 at the Shrine of Remembrance, 1730 E Fountain Blvd.  Colorado Springs, CO 80910.  A funeral service will be held at 2:00 pm with the entombment to follow at the same location. 

Flowers in Hazel’s name can be sent to Shrine of Remembrance, 1730 E Fountain Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO 80910. 

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This Obituary Has 4 Condolences

  1. Our condolences to the family. Because of COVID we aren’t able to attend the services.
    Jerry & Sharon Stevens

    1. We are sorry to hear you not be able to attend. Hazel has a LARGE family and with some out of state members and the danger of traveling right now her kids have decided to do another celebration of life for her in the future after COVID is under control. I am sure we will take full advantage of the grapevine to get that info out when the circumstances allows for us to all get together and remember her.

  2. I knew Hazel for many years through our NALC Auxiliary. She was such a great lady and addition to supporting our Letter Carriers (Seth) during our days with the branch. Beautiful lady, so glad our paths crossed and she was a part of my life.

  3. Russell, Linda, and the Linthicum family,

    Condolences from Wayne, Arlette, and Aaron Kilian on the passing of your mother.

    My memories of her are of a very compassionate woman.

    I remember her saying quite a few times:

    “You boys have a good time now”

    Wayne Kilian

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