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Wendell F. Hayward II


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Wendell F. Hayward II Obituary
Wendell Frank Hayward II, 88, of Flanders Road, Westborough, dies in Ocala, Florida on December 8, 2017. Born in Framingham on February 27, 1929 and raised on the family farm on Flanders Road, he was the son of Mildred (Fuller) and Donald S. Hayward. He was the loving husband of Ann (Berry) Hayward, of Woodville, for forty-seven years and the cherished companion of Margret Jackson for nineteen years. Wendell was a Korean War Veteran and a member of the John Warren Masonic Lodge in Hopkinton. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Ann, his sister Ruth Crowell/Singer and his nephew Peter Crowell of New London, NH. He is survived by Margret, his sister Ann Buxton of Falmouth, Maine and his three daughters who adored their father; Susan Hayward of Ocala, Florida; Lynda Hayward of Ankara, Turkey; and Karen (John) Morganroth of Ocala, Florida. Wendell was a devoted family man who enjoyed traveling with his family and spending time with his beloved seven grandchildren who are: Jessyca (Ross), Keelen (Matt), Brian, James, Philip, Thomas (Mandy), and Kimberly. Over the past thirteen years Wendell was over the moon happy to be joined by great-grandchildren; Gabriell, Logan, Elise, Reese, Ihlara, and Harper. His extended family includes his niece Polly Crowell of Falmouth, Maine; great-nephews Peter (Tracy) Crowell and Ben (Abby) Crowell of New London, NH and the Thorpe, Berry, Enman, Jackson, Roomy, Harvey, McCardel and Lowell families. A viewing will be held on Friday, December 29th from 4:00-6:00 PM at Rand Harper Pickering Funeral Home at 62 West Main Street Westborough, MA. On Saturday, December 30th there will be a memorial service at the funeral home at 10:00 AM followed by the burial at Evergreen Cemetery in Woodville. Following the burial, all friends and family are cordially invited to join his daughters and Margret at the Woodville Rod and Gun Club from 11:30-3:00 for coffee and refreshments to celebrate a life well-lived by Wendell Hayward. All great stories are welcomed! In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to: Autism Speaks www.autism speaks.org.
Published in The Northborough Villager from Dec. 23, 2017 to Jan. 5, 2018
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