Jane Knowles Hayes (Knowles)
So sorry to hear of loss of your mother. Our heart goes out to you during this difficult time and we plan to attend the memorial service on Feb 15th. Our prayers are with you. Fred and Louise Masuccio (Georgetown, TX)
Dear Rita, Steve, and extended family,
My sincere sympathy goes out to you on the loss of your dear mother. My prayers are with you at this time. - Rosanne Berger Lockhart
Dear Rita, and Steven and Mary,to Jennifer and Drew, Family and Friends:
Please accept our deepest sympathy on the loss of your Mother, Mother-in-law and Grandmother. Mrs. Hayes was a unique lady......one of a kind......God broke the mold when Jane was born. I loved her as our neighbor and as a second Mom. She had a contagious laugh and a witty sense of humor. (I bet I can guess who wrote this precious Memorial. Steve, you got her down to the Core! Good job!)
The Bergers will forever hold dear memories of our childhood on Adams St., McGregor, TX Love you! ~M~
Dearest Rita, Steven and Mary,
Please accept our sincere condolences at the loss of your wonderful mother. We're keeping you in our prayers and also rejoicing that she's in good hands with Jesus and your dad now.
Memories of childhood days spent with the Hayes family always bring me back to a fun place in my mind and heart, on South Adams Street -- playing with Trixie, catching lightning bugs, playing two-square and shooting basketball hoops in your driveway, listening to 8-track tapes of Willie Nelson or Don McLean, riding in your parents' brand new Ford LTD, and so many other great adventures -- during the days of Watergate, President Nixon, Rocketdyne and Perma-Dwell. You guys were the best!
God has blessed you with wonderful parents who can now rest in peace and pride over their accomplishments of raising such a fine family, dear Rita and Steven with Mary, Drew and Jennifer. Much love and hugs to you…