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  • Celebrating the Life of Janet Haitoff

    Aug 26, 2020, 5:30 PM US/Eastern

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    Please join us for the Celebration of Life for Janet Haitoff on Wednesday, August 26th 2020, at 5:30 PM Eastern Time

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Memorial Created By
Barry Haitoff

Janet Renee Haitoff

September 01, 1932 - August 23, 2020

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of our Mom, Janet Renee Haitoff. We will share details of any planned virtual and in person gatherings here. We invite and encourage you to share your stories and memories on this page. We thank you for contributing to the memory of Janet.

OBITUARY
Thank you for joining in celebrating of the life of Janet Renee Haitoff.  Janet was born in Brooklyn, New York September 1, 1932.  Her parents were Harry and Henrietta and younger siblings are Florence and Melvin.  Florence, the...  see more
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  • Sean Haitoff
    Happy Birthday to the best Mom/Grandma anyway could possible have. We love you and miss you so much!! This is a picture of the cake we made for you to celebrate your special day. 😘😘😘❤❤❤
  • Li da Haitoff
  • Li da Haitoff
    My mom was the nicest person you could ever meet. If you were having a bad day all you had to do was see her smile. You couldn't help having a smile as well. She enjoyed going to the MALL, traveling with her family and any other adventure. She took ...  more
  • Sean Haitoff
    My grandma was very kind, sweet and loving. She was a role model of how everyone should be in this world. When I would visit her a lot we would go bowling and play lots of board games. Rest in peace Grandma. She will always be in my ❤ ❤