Hazel Mae Bittengle

December 5, 1937 - May 5, 2018

12/05/1937 - 05/05/2018

Hazel Mae Bittengle, 80 of Shadyside, Ohio died Saturday, May 5, 2018 in the Shadyside Care Center.

She was born December 5, 1937 in Bellaire, Ohio a daughter of the late John Groves and Mary Erba Cowperthwaite.

Hazel was a retired secretary for the Wheeling Bronze Company and a Presbyterian by faith.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Robert Bittengle, her son, Joseph R. Bittengle, Jr., sister, Mary Frances Cross and brother, Jack Groves.

Surviving are her daughter, Deanne R. Bittengle of Shadyside, Ohio, two grandsons, Joseph Bittengle and Adam Bittengle and four great grandchildren.

At Hazel’s request there will be no services. Inurnment in the Greenwood Cemetery in Bellaire.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Belmont County Animal Shelter or the Marshall County Animal Shelter by going to TMCFunding.com.

Arrangements by the Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Homes – Shadyside, Ohio.

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Rev. Susan Wallace Moriarty ( now Hermann)
4 years ago

So sorry to hear of Hazel’s passing. She was a wonderful person. She took care of my son while I worked as Interim Pastor at Shadyside. She was “ Grandma He!” My love and condolences are with you Deanne.

Denise Dunning Hoskinson
5 years ago

I’m so sorry to hear of Hazel’s passing. She was a good neighbor growing up. Prayers for your family.

Carole Junkins Helms
5 years ago

So sorry to hear that Hazel has passed. We graduated together in 1955 after all the years spent getting to that point. Prayers for her family. She will be missed but we will see her again . ❤️

Sue Junkins
5 years ago

To Hazel’s family…so sad to hear of Hazel’s passing. Remember her great times and the memories stored in your hearts. Hazel graduated from SHS with my older sister Carole and she always stopped to talk with me whenever I would see her out in town somewhere. Great personality and always asked me to ‘stop and visit’ when I had time.