Terez Hajdu

Hajdu

It is with great sadness to her family and friends that Terez Hajdu, 84 years old, a longtime resident of Claverack, NY passed away peacefully on February 26, 2021 after a long illness.

Born in Hungary, February 28, 1936, she immigrated to the United states in December of 1956 with her husband Sandor. Terez was employed by NYNEX Telephone Company in Albany until her retirement in 1994. She was a communicant and longtime member of Holy Trinity St. Mary’s Parish. She will be remembered for her caring, loving personality, her beautiful smile, and her delicious Hungarian cooking.

Terez is survived by her husband Sandor, and her two daughters Suzanne (James) McNamara and Terez (Richard) Abatecola. She also leaves behind her cherished grandchildren Devin McNamara, Tara (Stephen) Beseda, Christie (Matt) Bacchioni and four great grandchildren, Jackson McNamara, Scarlett and Talia Beseda and Harper Bacchioni. She was predeceased by her son Sandor (Shawn) Jr., and her granddaughter Jaclyn Abatecola.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:00AM, Wednesday March 3, 2021 from Holy Trinity St. Mary’s Parish in Hudson. Interment will be in Cedar Park Cemetery.

The family of Terez would like to thank the staff at Pine Haven Nursing Home for their care and kindness throughout her residence there.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial contributions be made to Holy Trinity St. Mary’s Parish 429 East Allen St. Hudson, NY.

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