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Elizabeth Ann Poe-Hayes

June 30, 1948 May 15, 2016
Elizabeth Ann Poe-Hayes
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Elizabeth Ann Poe-Hayes, foodie, collector, wolf lover, accomplished traveler and free spirit, died on Sunday May 15, 2016.
Elizabeth, or better known as Liz, was nothing ordinary and her true spirit shined through in her cooking. Some people cook a special meal at holiday’s, but for Liz everyday was a day was worthy of a grand meal. 5 course meals were a norm and taking all day to prepare was her passion. She never spared a thing because to her, only the best would do, and she wouldn’t let it be any other way, or she would have words for you.
Her cherished collections surrounded her. She loved all things, but her passion for nature and family was evident in everything surrounding her. As you watched her take a walk it was easy to see that nature had placed special items perfectly in her path when she would reach for a leaf or flower. Or the endless piles of artwork she cherished that her grandchildren had made her, every detailed drawing and every scribbled paper meant something to her.
In Native American Indian symbols, the Wolf symbol signified strength, endurance, Instinct linked with intelligence, and family values; therefore it would not surprise anyone why she connected so much with the Wolf. Her strength was incomparable, her intelligence was impressive and to have a conversation with her, you would quickly learn that she was rarely wrong. Her strongest trait though was her family. As a mother of three children, Tracy, Robin and Frank, the only thing in the world that even compared to the love of her children, was the love that she had for her grandchildren and great grandchildren.
The open road called to Liz, and she loved to travel every chance she got. She visited nearly every state and almost every place in between, but none compared to her love of Salem.
Liz was a free spirit that always did things HER way. She never wavered from her belief to do what she wanted, when she wanted, and NO ONE would ever tell her differently. In remaining true to herself, she left this world on her terms and now flies free.
In honor of Liz, her family would like to invite you to her service at McCune Garden Chapel, 212 Main Street, Vacaville, CA on Friday, May 20, 2016 at 11am.

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11:00 AM 5/20/2016 11:00:00 AM
McCune Garden Chapel

212 Main St.
Vacaville, CA 95688

McCune Garden Chapel
212 Main St. Vacaville 95688 CA
United States

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