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Service: Idamae Harman

Idamae Harman (Harlfinger) 79, of Rindge, New Hampshire passed peacefully on May 22, 2021 with her family by her side. She was born on July 7, 1941 in Boston, Massachusetts to Everett D. (Bud) and Loretta L. Harlfinger. Ida lived her life to the fullest and grew up in Hyde Park.

Ida leaves behind her four children: Joanne E. O’Brien and her husband William, Marylee Harman, James E. Harman and his wife Rita S., and Joseph R. Harman. She also leaves her grandchildren: Jacob A. O’Brien, Hannah R. Harman, Katelyn M. Harman, Julia (Doo Dah) Mimi Harman, Alisa M. Sawyer, Angelo V. Sawyer, and Joseph A. Sawyer along with many great grandchildren. Ida also leaves behind her brother Charles E. Harlfinger and his wife Anita, and sister Joanne E. Favret and husband Raymond. She also had many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends whom she loved dearly.

Ida worked many years for the telephone company and the Hyde Park Tribune. She became a writer and photographer for a local newspaper and then worked in Human Services caring for those in need. In later years she enjoyed working on the town elections and being involved in the local historical society with friends. Ida loved sharing family stories spending “Num-Num Sundays” together with family and working on Genealogy. She also enjoyed long conversations with friends both new and old, and spent some time as a member of The Red Hat Society. Working around in her yard and planting vegetables and beautiful flower gardens was of particular enjoyment. Ida loved collecting special antiques and hunting for treasures at the Share Shack to give to her family and friends. Ida passionately enjoyed going to flea markets, yard sales and most importantly enjoying family. She will be remembered for the love and laughs she has shared. Family and friendship were the most important thing to Ida. She leaves a legacy for all of those who love her to remember. She worked tirelessly for those she loved.

Calling hours will be Friday, May 28, 2021 between 5-7 pm at Stone-Ladeau located at 343 Central Street Winchendon MA 01475.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to: Old Colony Hospice & Palliative Care 321 Manley Street West Bridgewater, MA 02379 in the Harlfinger memory.

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May 28
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Manchester
243 Hanover Street
Manchester, NH 03104 United States
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