Hazel's Hot Shot is proud to be founded by such a hard working, dedicated, and fun-loving woman, Hazel Marshall. We are also honored that she was recognized by SMU as one of the pioneering women in the "Archives of Women of the Southwest" with ~150 other women. Enjoy the short video below; we hope it gives you a small idea what Hazel did for Hazel's Hot Shot and all the people who knew her.
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Hazel Marshall was posthumously honored by Southern Methodist University (SMU) with induction into their special collection known as the “Archive of the Women of the Southwest” which honors pioneering women in business, philanthropy, the arts, and civic affairs. She joins roughly ~150 other notable women including Lady Bird Johnson, Maya Angelou, Ann Richards, and Barbara Bush. The video below was created as a remembrance of Hazel’s life and was donated to the library in honor of her accomplishments. Roughly 20 former colleagues, friends and family members who knew her best share their memories of Hazel. (11 minutes, 32 seconds)

Want to hear more? Check out what Keith Berry has to say about Hazel's here, and what Robert Kemp has to say here.