Janet Sue Hayes, 67, went to be with her Lord May 20, 2020. Janet was born July 2, 1952 to Reece Henry McGaha and Marjorie Allene Morgan in Russellville, Arkansas. Janet attended Central High School and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock where she earned a degree in education. She was a teacher in the Hazen, Arkansas school district for over forty years. Teaching was her passion. She touched the lives of the many children she taught through the years.
Janet was preceded in death by her parents. She is survived by her only son, Aaron Hayes of Little Rock; close family friends, Mike and Shannon Hall of North Little Rock, Arkansas and Kimberly Talbot of Jacksonville, Arkansas.
There will be a graveside service at 11:00 A.M., Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at the Hazen Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to Hazen Elementary School would be appreciated.
20 thoughts on “Janet Sue Hayes”
Aaron I’m so sorry for your lost may God be with you during this time. Mothers are so special in ours hearts and I know you will miss her so much I will keep you in my prays.
It is sad to hear that. She was a real good teacher. She will be missed by all of her past students. May God bless the family. We will always remember you.
Aaron, so very sorry for your loss. I never met your mom, but I can tell what a special person she was – and excellent teacher – from the comments I’ve read. You are in my thoughts and prayers, friend.
Ms Hayes was one of my elementary school teachers and she was one of my favorites. I’m so sorry for your loss. Prayers are with you and your family.
Ms Hayes taught all three of my children. She was loved by all of us. She always had an encouraging word and a smile. I am so sorry for your loss.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
My sweet 5th grade teacher! You touched the lives of sooo many people in some kind of way!!
I’m saddened to hear of the loss of my dear sweet friend. She was a great co worker and teacher to my children. She will be greatly missed. My prayers are with the family during this difficult time.
She was my 5th grade teacher. I am praying for the family.
Prayers for her son and all the family.
To say she touched our lives is an understatement. Mrs. Hayes was a fixture and a shining example of what mad do many of us want our own kids in Hazen Schools. You could say she was loved, but Mrs. Hayes was adored. Aaron, my prayers are with you. All be it involuntary, thank you for sharing your amazing mother with all of us.
Aaron so sorry to hear this your Mom was so sweet to my kids and I was honored to have her as my friend. She will always be remembered and missed by all.
Praying for you, Aaron and family.
Aaron, my heart goes out to you. I know your Mom was a great Mom because you are a fine young man. I am praying for you. My deepest sympathy, Laurie Hill.
We’re thinking of you at this time. So sorry for your loss.
Praying for the family!!
Sorry to hear of the passing of Mrs. Hayes. She was a wonderful teacher and influenced my life in such a positive way. Please accept my condolences and know that you will be in my prayers.
Mrs. Hayes was an amazing teacher and person. She will be missed dearly. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends.
Aaron, I am so saddened by the loss of your sweet mother. There is no hurt like the hurt of losing your mom. I loved teaching with her. She was a great friend and a wonderful co-worker. Hazen Elementary has lost a wonderful teacher and friend. Praying the LORD will wrap HIS loving arms around you and give you the peace and comfort that only HE can. Prayers for my sweet second grader.
To the Family , May God grant you peace and strength during this time. I was very close to her. I learned about what it meant to care as a human being regardless of race. I had a chance to stay with her during a summer break. I shall never forget how she welcomed me into her family. It has been many years but you can never forget someone who encouraged you to be and do your best. I am a Teacher/ Director of my own childcare in Texas. I know she had a lot to do with shaping my direction in the field that will have a profound impact in children lives , the way she impacted mine. She really was Special and One of a Kind. God Bless and keep . Amen
Some people can teach, some can’t. Some people can teach well. Mrs. Hayes was one of those who could teach well as her track record of more than 40 years of dedicated service to the Hazen School District proved. Her record of service speaks for itself and attests to her legacy that will be
well remembered by her many students. May God bless Aaron and Mrs. Hayes many friends and acquaintances during this time of sorrow.
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