Hayley Catherine Marie Byrne

August 31, 1965April 7, 2018
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Hayley Catherine Marie Byrne, age 52, of Houston, Texas passed away on Saturday April 7, 2018. Hayley was born August 31, 1965.

A funeral service for Hayley will be held Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at 12:30 p.m. at Memorial Oaks Funeral Home, 13001 Katy Fwy, Houston, Texas 77079.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Byrne family.


  • Funeral Service Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Hayley Catherine Marie Byrne

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Angela Gillen

November 1, 2018

Dear Chris, Calum, Sean and Alex,
So deeply saddened to hear that Hayley has gone.
We had lovely times together during the children's early years.
I can see from your pictures so much love and pride and a life well lived, but sadly far too short.
Prayers to give you the strength to live your life with the courage Hayley had and to find peace and happiness again.
Angela, Seamus, Francis, Nancy, Hughie & Esme. xxxxxx

Afton Dickerson

May 3, 2018

I am so sorry to hear of Hayley's passing. She was one of the strongest women I have ever meet. She fought hard for her husband and her boys, and she will be greatly missed.

Victoria Loughlin

April 16, 2018

Mrs Byrne was a kind hearted woman who always went above and beyond. Regardless of her own personal battles, she always cared and listened, showering those around her with kindness and a beaming smile. I was fortunate to know Mrs Byrne throughout my sixth form at the British International School. For many students like myself, Mrs Byrne was an approachable, lovely lady who motivated us to always grow as individuals and to strive for success.

I am so heart broken by her passing, however, I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to been able to know such a kind soul. At the most critical stage of my education, I am glad I got to share memories with Mrs Byrne. I am very grateful for all her support, kindness and motivation that she gave me, even while experiencing her own battles.

She will be deeply missed by all of us, although she will always be in our thoughts.

Sending love and sympathy to Sean, Calum, Alex, Chris and the rest of Mrs Byrne's family.

Victoria Loughlin xx

Jane Smith

April 16, 2018

I want to say something but its difficult to find the words to describe Hayley. Looking at the photos of her laughing and smiling, both breaks your heart and lifts it at the same time, remembering the sound of her easy laugh and gentle smile, her sense of humour, a wonderful mixture of both her mum and dad. A cliche to say but its true that Hayley was both beautiful inside and out.
Hail always looked cool and chic, yes, even with her curly 80's hairstyle, laughing as she drove her battered blue Citroen 2CV through the sweltering streets of London with the heater full on because the engine would overheat! All those memories, all those glorious memories that you want to bottle and not forget......
So the tears fall, for the child that she was and the beautiful woman she became, the passionate, determined, generous in soul, loyal, patient, quick witted, beautiful woman, a daughter, a wife and wonderful mother with the greatest spontaneous laugh that despite the tears, can still lift your heart with its memory.


April 16, 2018

Dear, Chris, Calum, Sean, Alex and all of your family,
We are so very saddened to hear about Hayley passing away and all our family want to pass on our heartfelt sympathy to you all.
Our sons, Basil and Charlie are very upset and would like to acknowledge that she was a big influence in their lives at the British School and as both have said during and after their time there, "Mrs Byrne was the most understanding and supportive teacher I ever had". As a parent, (and colleague whilst I worked at the school) I know that Hayley always had time and a listening ear for the students at a most critical stage in their school life. We are extremely grateful for her calming, respectful and never failing support even whilst she had health issues of her own. These never seemed to get in the way of helping the kids and just being there.
Although we don't know your family that well, we are sending you love and sympathy at what is a very hard time for you all. She will be deeply missed and very fondly remembered by all of us.
Sue, Paddy, Charlie, Basil and Alice Dineen xxx