Touched many with
with his generosity
BETHLEHEM —Serry DeAnglis Hayward, 21, Route 302, died Saturday, Sept.
24,2005, at the Littleton Regional Hospital as a result of a motor vehicle
He was born in Littleton, N.H., the son of Robert and Lorie (Zwaagstra)
Hayward. He was a graduate of Profile High School, Bethlehem, and a
graduate of Barron Technical Institute. He worked for Elliott Home
Construction as a carpenter. He lived at the Bethlehem Flower Farm with his
roommates, Al Jackson and Brian Jesseman.
He had many, many, friends and touched all with his big heart and
generosity. His home was always full of friends and family, enjoying life and
each other's company. He loved to ski, snowboard, work on his vehicles,
install powerful stereos, four wheeling, rally driving, and being a crew
leader of grooming on second shift at Bretton Woods. He strove for
perfection in everything he did. He prized his family and friends above all
else. His passing leaves a void in so many lives. He is and will always be
greatly missed by all who knew him.
He is survived by his parents, Rob Hayward Jr., Sugar Hill, Lorie Hayward,
Alton; a sister, Jerusha Hayward, Alton; his stepfather, Mark Bubar; and
stepbrother, Ryan Bubar, Alton; his paternal grandparents, Robert S.
Hayward Sr., Barre, Mass., Barbara Serafini, Sugar Hill; his maternal
grandparents, Gerald and Colleen Zwaagstra, Bethlehem; his uncle, Paul
and aunt, Holly Hayward, Sugar Hill; uncle, Wayne Zwaagstra and Nyoka
Cohen of Northfield; aunt, Cheryl Zwaagstra, Bethlehem, and many cousins,
relatives, and friends from the U.S. and Canada.
Friends and family may gather at the Ross Funeral Home, Littleton Chapel,
today, Sept 27 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. There will be a
Celebration of Life at a later date, place and time to be announced.
For more information or to sign the guest book please visit www.rossfuneral.