Elizabeth Haley

Elizabeth Haley

Thursday, June 27th, 2019

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Obituary for Elizabeth Haley (DANOWSKI)

Elizabeth Jean Danowski Haley Elizabeth passed away on June 27, 2019 in Narragansett RI, where she resided.

She was born in New York City to the late Raymond and Jean Danowski on October 24, 1946.

Elizabeth was a graduate of Evander Childs H.S. Bronx, NY. She worked in administration at Michigan State University, The Peabody Museum, Salem, MA, and most notably, at the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences. She also had her own bookkeeping business. She was an amateur photographer and philatelist. Elizabeth was an avid reader, some of her favorite authors having been Ayn Rand, Robert Frost and a good Sherlock Holmes mystery.

When she could, she loved to walk and go rowing near Marblehead, MA. She had a lovely singing voice and enjoyed cooking.
She always remembered everyone’s birthdays, wrapped presents with the greatest of care and even thought of loved one’s pets at Christmastime.

Elizabeth was preceded in death by her brother, Raymond Danowski, is survived by her two sisters, Catherine D. Meadors of North Carolina and Jean Danowski of California, her daughter Catherine A. Haley of Rhode Island and her two grandchildren, Haley and Liam in whom she took great joy.

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sue haley

My greatest memories of Liz, are her warm and cheerful welcomes, including big hugs, and smiles and sincere interest in listening to others stories duriing conversations. I was a confused teenager many years ago when I was closest to her, and depended on her guidance and wisdom to help me along a purposeful path. Although our paths took us in different directions so we rarely communicated, these and other fond memories will remain throughout my life.
Sue Haley
Comment | Posted at 03:10pm via Condolence

Diane Kessler

Elizabeth was my friend for many, many years - since 1978 in Marblehead when I first moved there. We had many adventures together, both around Marblehead and down Maine. She was with me through happy and sad times and was always a great support when I needed it, for which I will always be grateful.
When I married my husband Jim she hosted a special little reception for us with, of course, champagne, and she never forgot dark chocolate cake with raspberry filling for my birthday for as long as we lived near each other.
When we had our children, Matthew and Amanda, she was always there for us whenever we needed her, becoming an integral and well-loved part of their childhoods.
Dear Elizabeth, I will miss your friendship, your smile and laugh, your handmade cards with their smiley faces, our casino trips, all the things that made you who you were... a wonderful, special, loving person.
Comment | Posted at 07:52pm via Condolence

Jean Danowski

It's true! Elizabeth was so thoughtful about remembering all our Birthdays! Being 9 years older she was often like a 2nd mother to me, helping our parents who had 4 children. Her photography was amazing, even pre digital! She will be missed! I can't wait to see everyone at her future memorial this Fall.
Comment | Posted at 09:40pm via Condolence

Catherine Haley

I love you mom and miss you. I keep thinking of things to call you about.
Comment | Posted at 06:00pm via Condolence

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