Peter L. Hayden died Tuesday, May 14, 2013, at Montgomery Hospice in Rockville, MD, after a short illness. He was 62.

He grew up in Wheaton Woods, Montgomery County, and graduated from Robert E. Peary High School. He was the son of Bernard J. and Anita Hayden.

As a young man, Pete worked for eight years in Ocean City, MD. Later, he lived in Washington, D.C., and worked at the Mayflower Hotel for nearly 20 years.

In recent years, he lived in Olney, MD, and St. Petersburg, FL. He was an avid reader of newspapers and books, and enjoyed working on challenging projects, such as renovation of a condominium in Washington, and operation of a small restaurant in Florida.

Mr. Hayden is survived by eight siblings, Bernard John Hayden, Keith Hayden, Anna Ryan, Rosemary Diehl, Eileen Criggar, Patrick Hayden, Dorothy Caporaletti, and Thomas Hayden, all of Montgomery County, MD; and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.

No funeral is planned. Memorial contributions may be made in his name to Montgomery Hospice, 1355 Piccard Dr, Suite 100, Rockville, MD 20850.



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10 responses to “PETER L. HAYDEN, 62

  1. John,
    I am sorry for your loss and hope that you memories are sweet and comforting.


  2. Theresa Rolle

    So sorry for your loss Bernie. I will pray for you and your brother.


  3. Jane

    Oh, this gives me chills, thinking of your large family grieving the loss of their brother. Please accept my condolences.


  4. So glad that you and your family were able to bring Peter home for his final days.


  5. Sending you my thoughts John,,,,,,,,


  6. So sorry for the loss of your brother. 62 is still young and much too early. God bless you and your family


    • Anonymous

      So sorry to hear of the loss of your brother. He and I are both 62 and that is too young. God Bless. Rest in Peace, Sweet Soul.


  7. Ed Pinnes

    John – Sorry to hear of Peter’s passing. We have great memories of Peter and your family in Rockville. Our thoughts are with you.


    • Thanks Ed. Faroe Place in the 50s! Some of my earliest memories are of you and your sister, and your dog, Brooksie. How did we get so old?

      And thanks to all who commented here.


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