Hazel E. Oister

November 25, 1927 - April 25, 2012

11/25/1927 - 04/25/2012

Hazel ìTeenaî Oister, 84, of Hendersonville, passed away Wednesday, April 25, 2012 at Hendersonville Health and Rehabilitation.

A native of Dade County, FL and resident of Henderson County, NC since 2002, she was preceded in death by her husband, William Oister and two sons, Scottie and Pat Oister.

Mrs. Oister is survived by a daughter, Amy Pugh and husband Mike of Norcross, GA; a daughter-in-law, Debra Oister of Hendersonville; four grandchildren, Lauren Oister Jopling and husband Jeff of Atlanta, GA, Pat Oister and wife Jen of Gainesville, VA, Greg Pugh and wife Anna of Washington, DC, Dan Pugh of Cumming, GA; two great-grandchildren, Patrick and Mackenzie Oister.

The family would like to express their appreciation to the staff of the 100 hall at Hendersonville Health and Rehabilitation and the team work of Four Seasons Hospice that was provided to the family.

Burial will be at a later date in Miami, FL. Memorial contributions can be sent to Four Seasons Compassion for Life, 571 South Allen Rd. Flat Rock, NC 28731 or Henderson County Humane Society , 88 Centipede Lane Hendersonville, NC 28792.

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Ellie Libby
8 years ago

This is my second message- I will miss Miss Teena!!!

Seems like since Sally was gone so did Teena seem to give up. We firends in Hendersonville would like to give her a send off to the best place in her life. MIAMA”””””” Please give us a chance to welcome her to a better place. We miss her and would like to welcome her home but from here in Hendersonville!!

Ellie & George Libby
8 years ago

Debbie and Family and Amy and Family,our deepest sympathy for your loss. Teena will be missed by all. She was full of life and seemed to enjoy life to it’s fullest. Especially her song renditions at Sunday morning coffee.

Terry Ruscin
8 years ago

Teena, you always brightened my days. You will be missed yet never forgotten.


One of your Black Bear buddies

Jennifer DeLuca
8 years ago

Dear Debbie & Amy,

Your Mom is now at peace but I know your hearts are still filled with sorrow. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you both and I am so lucky to have met your Mom and spent time with her. Between her and Neeva, they told me stories of their past adventures that i will treasure forever…Love, Jennifer DeLuca