Harriet M. Beach

Marblehead, Massachusetts


Marblehead, Massachusetts


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Harriet M. Beach Pinky (nee Dudek) Born August 17th, 1941, passed away Thursday December 17th, 2020, at her sons home in Chilmark, MA, after a brave battle with throat cancer. She was 79 years old. She is survived by her sons, Harry and Christopher Beach; her sisters, Melanie (Jerred) Johnson of...

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Harriet was a dear friend for many years when I lived in Massachusetts. She had so much to offer the world when she was here, and the indelible mark she undoubtedly left on many of us will remain and influence our travels in life. She was a lady, always, with a sweet heart. I think of her often. My condolences to the boys, as she always spoke of, and thought the world of them. You were precious to her. We lost one of earth's angels.

Dear Harry and Chris,
I am so sorry to read of your mom’s passing. I remember her from years ago when I would babysit you both. Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs. I am so sorry for your loss.” Natalie Gould

I enjoyed working with Harriet for many years as she worked as an appraiser. She was always cheerful and had the most marvelous laugh. I will miss her. She will be missed.

Harry, sorry to learn of your loss. May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

So sorry for your loss. Harriet was one of my very first customers (1995). Always wonderfully warm, and always smiling. She would always ask about my family. I considered her a friend. Even though she was struggling with health issues for a long time, she kept a positive attitude. She will be missed. My heartfelt condolences to the entire family.

My deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved mother. I worked with her for many years in Marblehead, as she was one of the main appraisers we used in our busy mortgage office. She was always fun to talk to and work with, and I remember one year we drove into Boston together to attend our Christmas party. I think it was during the ride that she told me why she was called pinky growing up by her sisters and family, as she had the pinkest little cheeks! I always remembered that and thought...