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Sarah "Sally" Bernart Haaren

September 15, 1931March 27, 2021

“Sally” died Sunday March 27th comfortably cared for by her family and Hospice.

Born 1931 in Montclair, NJ, Sally’s childhood and early schooling took place in New Canaan CT. She graduated from Northfield-Mount Hermon in 1949 and transferred from Connecticut College for Women to the Cornell Nursing School program in 1952.

Her marriage to Peter Haaren in 1953 interrupted her nursing training which was completed after her three children were born and educated through high school in Darien, CT. The family moved to Mount Holly, VT in 1977 and Sally worked for several years as a psychiatric nurse at the Rutland Hospital. Her joys for country living were well served in her 35 years in Vermont which included 15 years in Quechee. She and her husband have been happy residents of Keene, NH since 2012.

She is survived by her husband: Peter; son; Peter Ernest and his partner Karen Evans; son: David and daughter-in-law Kathy Abbott; daughter: Tyler Haaren, her husband Daniel Moss, and their children, granddaughter Sabina and grandson Tal.

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Zandy Rollino

March 31, 2021

Well I met Sally six months ago I came in and spent time with her and come to love her so much she was a sweet heart . In six months she never not once was grumpy or mad she woke up with a smile . I’m so happy I met Sally and Peter two wonderful people that loved each other so much. My heart aches for this loss my heart goes out to her family and especially Peter.God bless you all and rest easy Sally till we meet again my friend.

Jean Lavalley

March 31, 2021

To Tyler and Her brother,
Your mom’s smile and sense of humor was always a bright spot in my visits.
She loved her dogs and always wanted to know “ what’s going on” in her community .
She will be missed.
I pray that you find peace and comfort in that “ the people we love are a part of us forever, as we are also a part of them”
God Bless the Haaren family.