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Margaret Mary Hayes-DuMondMargaret Mary Hayes-DuMond "Peggy" of High Falls, NY passed away unexpectedly on August 2, 2011. She was 59 years old. Peggy was born on June 6, 1952 in NYC; she was the daughter of the late Margaret and John Hayes.
Mrs. DuMond summered in the area since she was a child. She graduated Queens College in 1978 and received a Bachelors Degree in Education. She eventually moved to High Falls and had worked as the Administrator for the Kingston School System. She loved to garden, was an avid reader and an active community volunteer.
On October 1, 2005 she married Kelly DuMond.
In addition to her husband she is survived by her Rottweilers; Sweet Pea, Buttercup and Roisen, her brothers Ryan Hayes of Queens and John Hayes and his wife Loretta of Manhattan and 1 granddaughter Julianna.
Visiting will be held on Saturday, August 6th from 2-4 & 7-9 PM at H.B. Humiston Funeral Home, 30 42nd St., Kerhonkson, NY. A Celebration of her life is scheduled for that evening at 8:30pm at the funeral home. Cremation will be private.
In lieu of flowers contributions may be made in Peggy's name to Ulster County SPCA, 20 Wiedy Road, Kingston, NY 12401.
| Michelle Gullickson - August 5th, 2011 at 2:12pm - Email |
I am so sad to hear that my dear neighbor, Peggy has passed away. My sympathies especially to Kelly, their rotweillers she so loved and to all her surviving loved ones.
| Dotty Haines - August 5th, 2011 at 1:09pm - Email |
Jon, I am so sorry for your loss, keeping you and your family in my prayers.
| Patricia Parker - August 5th, 2011 at 9:28am - Email |
I am so sorry to hear of Peggy's passing. I worked with Peggy at the high school and she was always so helpful. My prayers and sympathy go to you and her family.
| Christine Hayes - August 4th, 2011 at 7:47pm - Email |
There has not been one time in my entire 45 years that you have not been in my life. We were not blood, but we are family. I was fortunate to have you in my life. You had such an incredible sense of humor. Truly, the funniest moment in my life involved you, me, Nancy, the pond, a boat and of course...the golfcart! "What's the worst that can happen"? Your memory will live on through the endless stories that we will tell over and over again. The sayings you so cleverly came up with will be passed on through the generations at the Maples. My children's children will know who you were. You made such a huge impact in so many of our lives. You will be sorely missed and never, ever forgotten. Chrissy
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