Elizabeth-Hammond-Obituary

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Elizabeth Mary Hammond

Ypsilanti, Michigan

Dec 22, 1922 – Jul 5, 2019

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December 22, 1922
DIED
July 5, 2019
LOCATION
Ypsilanti, Michigan

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Janowiak Funeral Home Inc. - Ypsilanti Obituary

Elizabeth Mary Hammond


Ypsilanti, Michigan


Age 96


 


Died July 5, 2019 at her home in Ypsilanti, Michigan. She was born on December 22, 1922 in Hamtramck, Michigan the daughter of Cris and Orania Efthen. On October 4, 1940 she married her Husband Robert Hammond in Napoleon, Ohio. Elizabeth was employed at Bendix and Swing Symphony in Ypsilanti before becoming a homemaker and raising her two children. She will always be remembered for her love of garage sales, thrift shops, and entertaining her friends and family. She is survived by her two sons: Chris (Kelly Miles) Hammond and Judd Hammond; two grandchildren Allison (Matt) Sevensma and Quinn Hammond; and one great grandchild Waverly Sevensma. She was preceded in death by her husband Robert Hammond. Cremation has taken place.

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Elizabeth was always so sweet coming into the eye doctors office. Judd brought her there a lot. You had a special bond with Katie.. now you will see her again in heaven.. my prayers are with your family.
Sincerely
Linda Hurley Doolittle

Dear Judd and family,
I had the inexpressible joy of spending many a Thursday lunch with Liz and your neighbor at the Polo Fields Washtenaw. She would regale me with stories and I would convince her to eat and usually she'd mange to eat a grilled cheese in between the anecdotes. We shared many laughs and tears. When I moved to Duluth 4yrs ago she stayed in my thoughts, my heart and my prayers. Another former staff member let me know if her passing just recently. She was a force of...

Dear Judd, Chris, Kelly: We were so sorry to learn about your mother's death. We had not seen her outside in quite awhile and have been wondering how she was doing. She and your father were one of the 1st settlers in our neighborhood and we always appreciated the history they provided about the property and subdivision. She was always very kind to our & interested in her activities. Our daughter still talks about the Big Hershey bar she would give on Halloween and money to special...

Offering our deepest sympathies during this time.