Harriet Amazon
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DOVER- Harriet Amazon, 90, died on August 4. She was born in Pittsfield, MA, on November 28, 1923, to the late Leo and Ruth (Kahn) Meyer. She married Irving J. Amazon in September 1941.

Mrs. Amazon was employed by the retail industry and was a loving wife and mother. She and her husband lived in Pittsfield, MA; Stroudsburg, PA; Cortland, NY; and for 20 years in Naples, FL, before moving to West Dover in 2001.

She was an avid bridge and mahjong player and also enjoyed reading, especially biographies. She and her husband were passionate boaters and spent many days and nights on the water.

Mrs. Amazon was preceded in death by her husband Irving and son, Richard Amazon. She is survived by her daughter Deborah Amazon, her son Alan and his wife Linda, of Kernersville, NC; six grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren; and her amazing caregivers Kathy Blackadar and Nancy Wilcox.

At her request there was a private family service. Mrs. Amazon will be greatly missed by her family.

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