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Patricia L. Hayes

Patricia L. Hayes, nee Patricia Gay Loveys, passed on February 26th at age 85. She was the daughter of George R. Loveys, a New York state editor of the Associated Press and Anna June Vosburg of Albany, NY and Lake George, NY. Patricia was an alumna of Glens Falls, NY High School and Becker Junior College in Worcester, MA. Pat and Herb were married after college in 1951 in Lake George, NY, and spent their 65 years of married life at the Naval Air Station in Jacksonville, FL, in Wethersfield, CT, Tequesta, FL, at the old Betterley homestead in Newfane, VT, and finally in Brattleboro, VT. She had a brief professional career with an interior decorating firm in Tequesta, FL. Pat was a loving and caring mother, grandmother and mother-in-law, blessing all with her cheerful nature and ready sense of humor. Her last words were, "In a while, crocodile." Pat is survived by her husband Herbert J. Hayes, a retired executive of Pratt & Whitney in East Hartford, CT and West Palm Beach, FL; her children, Kathy Buck of W. Simsbury, CT, Tim Hayes of Newfane, VT, Peggy Hayes of Raleigh, NC, and Terri Hayes of Martha's Vineyard, MA. Her grandchildren are Aja Stamp of Martha's Vineyard, Delaney Bullock of Newfane, VT, and Quinn McKay of Raleigh, NC. Our family wants to give special recognition and thanks to Bayada Hospice of Vermont for the extraordinary medical care and support during the past year. In accordance with Pat's final wishes, a memorial gathering for the family will take place at a future date. Messages of condolence are welcome by contacting the family directly or visit: www.atamaniuk.com to sign an online guestbook.
Published in Brattleboro Reformer on Mar. 1, 2016
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