Hazel E. (Finnicum) Kincaid-Martin

Born: 01/16/1943 Passed:

Our mom was one of the most amazing moms anyone could ever wish to have. She sacrificed so much after our father died; to raise, support and help us to become outstanding, loving and successful. We will be forever grateful for her unconditional love.

Mom entered this world on January 16, 1943 to loving parents Dorothy Mae and William Forrest Finnicum. She grew up in Salineville, Ohio until she moved to Alliance, Ohio where she met our father. Together they formed a family that eventually ended up in Carrollton, Ohio where she lived for the rest of her life. While on this earth, she loved her family, pets, hobbies and games. She was also a voracious reader. Hazel was known for her compassion, love and kindness and will be missed by all who knew her.

She was preceded in death by her brother, Ronnie Finnicum; husband, Raymond Kincaid; parents, Dorothy (Sitler) Finnicum and William Forrest Finnicum; aunt, Helen Lewis and second husband, Selwyn “Bud” Martin.

She is survived by three children, William Kincaid of Carrollton, Ohio; Karen Kincaid of Louisville, Ohio and Daniel (Diane) Kincaid of Griffith, Indiana; two step daughters, Diana (Len) Smeltzer of Brookfield, Wisconsin and Denise (Ken) Martin-Buschan of Tallmadge, Ohio; and six step grandchildren, Marie, Annie David, Gabriela, Richard and Donnie.

A memorial service will be held November 23, 2019 at First Christian Church of Malvern, 4046 Coral Rd NW, Malvern, Ohio 44644 (330-863-1303). Friends and family will be received at 10:00 am and a service will follow at 11:00 am. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations that they will give to Hazel’s favorite charities in her honor.


5 Tributes to Hazel E. (Finnicum) Kincaid-Martin

  1. Ricki Foutz says:

    Will miss my neighbor and friend very much. Always enjoyed playing euchre with her, good player!! RIP Hazel

  2. Anonymous says:

    Sorry for your loss, thinking of everyone and praying for comfort during the difficult times

  3. Brian & Lisa Finnicum says:

    We are so very sorry to hear of your family’s loss. Hazel was my second cousin. My Dad, Charles Finnicum and her dad, Forrest, were first cousins. My wife and I only had the opportunity to meet her one time while on a trip to visit family in 1996, but remember her as a lovely, kind lady. We kept in touch through her Christmas letter over the years. Praying your family finds comfort in your memories of her. God be with you all during this difficult time.

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