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Charles Hayes, Jr
Charles will be missed. It was a joy to have walked the dog park in Davis with him and poochie everyday.
Kendrick Liu Dec 9 2007 12:00 AM
My sincere sympathies to Charles' family of whom I've only met Rod but have heard about Laura and the grandchildren many times over the years at stamp club. Charles was an early member of the club and faithful and reliable for very many years. We spoke of him most affectionately at the meeting after his death and I promised to pass on to his family a message of our sorrow at his passing. With my personal regards Anne Hance
Anne Hance Sep 23 2007 12:00 AM
Charles, Rest in peace with Lola, Blackie and Poochie, and try not to cause any trouble with Rena. Love, Dennis
Dennis Roberts Sep 12 2007 12:00 AM
Received an e-mail from Margaret Hindle in England informing us of Charles passing. On behalf of Charles relatives in Canada we would like to extend our deepest sympathy to Laura, Rodney and families.
Don and Marie Dunbrack Sep 10 2007 12:00 AM
We remember cousin Charles who visited England many years ago and of our visit to him in Davis in 1991 Where he entertained us well we had a lovely holiday there He is at peace now with Lola his wife God Bless
Margaret &Jeff Hindle Sep 7 2007 12:00 AM
We were nieghbors from the early 50's. I am the oldest son of Neat and Lorraine I used to play with Rodney as child. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Jim Sawyer Aug 30 2007 12:00 AM
I knew Dr. Hayes both as a math professor at UCD (I think he tried to teach me Trig, which I had not taken in high school)and as an advisor to the Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity. (I was a student from 47-50 and again 54-56, and on the UCD staff from 64-70.) I concur that Dr. Hayes - since our friendship started as a student/professor relationship I did not know him as Charlie - did have a long and distinguished career, and it was my priveledge to know him. Sincerely, Jim Becket
Jim Becket Aug 30 2007 12:00 AM
Charles Hayes--one of the last true gentlemen. I will never forget you and Poochy. The wonderful times at the dog park. The parties at the faculty club which you so graciously treated your dog friends to. The wonderful chats we had while I painted your houses. You were the sweetest, most gentle man I ever knew and I'm so glad you were in my life. Say hello to Lola--you waited a long time to be with her.
Luckii Ludwig Aug 29 2007 12:00 AM