Grace K. Haddad|June 8 11:00AM Westhampton Presbyterian Church
Grace Kirchner Haddad of Quogue died on May 10th. She was 101 years old. She was born in Brooklyn to Marjorie Roberts Kirchner and Walter E Kirchner and grew up in Floral Park, the older sister of triplets. She attended Miss Dunbar’s Secretarial School and worked at Gaumont-British Picture Corporation and Standard Oil (now Exxon). After WWII, she married George Haddad and started a family. Her oldest daughter had cerebral palsy and Grace became an advocate for the United Cerebral Palsy Association. When her children were older, she returned to work as the clerk of the Quogue School. Once retired did volunteer work at the Quogue Library and the Quogue Wildlife Refuge. She was active in the Westhampton Presbyterian Church. She loved music, sang in the Golden Hill Chorus as a young woman and was an avid fan of Lawrence Welk. She enjoyed crossword puzzles and her church activities. She is predeceased by her husband George and a daughter Catherine. She is survived by her triplet sisters: Catherine Roth of Albany New York, Marguerite Miller of Allentown Pennsylvania and Frances Hornberger of Floral Park New York, three daughters: Jean Seyfert of Westhampton Beach, Carol Haddad of San Francisco, California and Christine Haddad of Quogue, two grandchildren, Bunker and Xochitl Seyfert and multiple nieces and nephews and grandnieces and grandnephews. A memorial service will be held on June 8th at 11 am at the Westhampton Presbyterian Church with a reception to follow. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Westhampton Presbyterian Church, the Quogue Library and the Quogue Wildlife Refuge.