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Funeral services for Hazel M. Segerstrom, 78, of Sun City Center, Fla,, were at 3 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 19, 1983 in the Trinity Baptist Church at Sun City Center. She died Wednesday, Nov. 16, 1983 at a hospital in Arcadia, Fla. following a long illness of Parkinson's disease and a stroke.

The Rev. Bert Anderson officiated with interment in the Myrtle Hill Memorial Park at Tampa., Fla.

Mrs. Segerstrom, the former Hazel May Marshall, was born Dec. 14, 1904 on a homestead farm near Forbes, N.D. She was fifth of nine children born to Albert Stanton and Almeda Maude Marshall. Her father, the late A.S. Marshall, was of Quaker background and served in the North Dakota legislature for many years besides being a farmer.

After she graduated from high school in Forbes, N.D., Hazel was a rural school teacher for two years near there. Then she attended Iowa State College at Ames for nearly three years. It was there that she met her husband. They were married Feb. 20, 1929_obit in Aberdeen, S.D. and began farming in Sac County and later in Hayes Township of Ida County. In January 1967 they retired to Sun City Center, Fla.

After her marriage she became a member of the Arthur Baptist Church near Arthur. When they couple retired to Florida they became charter members of Trinity Baptist Church in Sun City Center.

Survivors include: her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Don (Lois Jean) Hesse of Santa Ana, California., and Mrs. Robert (Shirley) Bailey of Lebanon, New Jersey.; two sons, Ward of Valdosta, Ga. and Lloyd of rural Ida Grove; 18 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren; four brothers, Ward Marshall of Salem, Ore., Glenn Marshall of Apache Junction, Ariz., Frank Marshal1 of Trenton, New Jersey and Donald Marshall of Ellendale, N.D.; and two sisters, Mrs. E.J. (Lela) Brotherton of Ellendale, N. D. and Mrs. Madge Wolff of Spokane, Wash.