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 Hardhouse--Shirley M.
Born: 05/01/1947
Died: 06/11/2017
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Hardhouse--Shirley M.

Shirley M. Hardhouse, 70, died June 11, 2017 at Jersey City Medical Center.  Born in Jersey City on May 1, 1947, the daughter of the late Helen Fair Hardhouse & Thomas Hardhouse, she moved to Bayonne in 2013.  

She was Past President  of St. Aedan's Golden Club, Queen of the Jersey City Chili Peppers Red Hats, a  member of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary, the Shirley Club and former Catechist at Assumption -all Saints Church, Jersey City.

Devoted mother ofr Darlene Sanchez & her husband Eudy.  Cherished grandmother of Emanuel Sanchez. Dear sister of Thomas Hardhouse & his wife JoAnn & the late Carol Hardhouse Wagtowicz.  Dear aunt of Stephanie, Daniele, Ashley, Edward & John & their children.

Visitation Thur. 7-9pm at Greenville Memorial Home 374 Danforth Ave. Jersey City.  Everyone will meet at St. Aedan's Church, 800 Bergen Ave. Jersey City on Fri. June 16, 2017 for Mass at 10am.  Shirley will be buried with her Mother in Rosemount Cemetery, Elizabeth, NJ
 
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Mi mas sentido pesame Darlene y Eudy.que Dios les de Fortaleza en estos momentos dificiles. Que ella descanse en paz en los brazos del senor.Darlene la seguiras amando aunque este en el cielo.
Familia Aquino

Helena Conroy
She was my best friend and relative she will be dearly missed by my boys and grandchildren
Helena Conroy
Although our hearts are heavy with the sorrow that we bear, we are confored to know how deeply others care. The Hardhouse Family and The Sanchez Family deeply appreciated all your kind expressions of sympathy during this difficult time. Thank you for keeping us in your thoughts and prayers The Family of Shirley Hardhouse Tom, jo Ann, Stephanie, Danille, Ashley, Eudy, Darlene and Emanuel
The Family of Shirley Harhouse
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