Hazel Ann Pullen-Black was born in Forks, Washington on February 16, 1952, to Perry Pullen and Lillian Payne Pullen. She resided in La Push, Washington for 53 years. She was a cook for the Quileute Tribal School before moving to Auburn to the Muckleshoot Tribe in 2005. Hazel enjoyed going to the casino, travelling on Muckleshoot senior trips, finding yard sales, but most importantly spending time with her boys and grandkids.
Hazel is survived by her sons, Levi Black (Sha Jacobson), Perry Black (Carla), James Black (Taleena), brother Doug Pullen Sr., 17 Grandchildren, Clarissa Palmer, Tyrone Huling, Jaedyn Black, Bobbie Coberly-Black, Cameron Coberly-Black, Devin Coberly-Black, James Black Jr., Solomon Black, Selah Black, Celia, Jerome Eastman, Adrianna, Amilliana, Demetrio, Margarito, Ernesto and Leonel and 3 Great-Grandchildren, Peyton, Kayden Palmer and Mateo.
Preceded in death are her parents Perry and Lillian Pullen, husband Roland Black Jr., daughter Christina Black, brothers Ronald “Dan” Penn Sr., Esau Penn Sr., Christian “Jiggs” Penn Sr., Christian “Ribbs” Penn, and sisters Norma Rodriguez, Marcella Sampson, Mary Lou Martinez and Christina Sampson.
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