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Pearl Haymes

Pearl Haymes, of 26 Cross Road in Amherst, NH, passed quietly in Hospice on July 1 in Tempe, AZ, her family at her side.

She will be remembered for her kindness and love for her family. Pearl had a love of people and working in her garden. She was a total people person and enjoyed making new friends. She would always have kind words with people she would meet either shopping or on the street. ...

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Pearl Haymes, of 26 Cross Road in Amherst, NH, passed quietly in Hospice on July 1 in Tempe, AZ, her family at her side.

She will be remembered for her kindness and love for her family. Pearl had a love of people and working in her garden. She was a total people person and enjoyed making new friends. She would always have kind words with people she would meet either shopping or on the street.

Pearl is survived by her husband, Harry of Amherst, NH; sons, Jeff of Tempe, Arizona, and Dean of Nashua, New Hampshire.

In lieu of flowers please make contributions to International Cancer Advocacy Network/The Pearl Haymes Personalized Medicine Program, 27 West Morten Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85201-7246 or Hospice of the Valley, Phoenix, AZ.