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Mary Haag

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Mary Haag Obituary
Mary Louise Haag, wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, cousin, niece, friend, and business owner, passed away at 430am Monday morning on
July 24, 2017, at the age of 46.
After suffering an aneurysm during a photoshoot nearly two months prior, her struggle brought her from the care of Shands ICU, to Ocala Regional Hospital, where she tragically left her family and friends, and finally found peace and tranquility.
Mary, or Weegie to the people who were close to her who knew her as, was cut from a fabric of her own. For the people who knew her well, she was a breath of fresh air, and a beacon of light even on their darkest days. Her charismatic nature, warming personality, and unsurpassed love for the individuals she cared about, was an inspiration to many. Coupled with her keen artistic eye, from photography to D.I.Y. Pinterest projects, even down to the little odds and ends she decorated her life with, she was, if nothing else unique. Not to mention she could whip up some of the best food you've ever tasted.
Born on November 18, 1970 in Clearwater, Weegie has been a life-long resident of Citrus County, and Co-Owner of a local construction business for over 20 years. Pouring her heart and soul into any endeavor she engaged in, she was one of those few people that leave a lasting impression, if you were so fortunate to have met.
With her warm smile and soft, genuine embrace, she could remedy even the worst of heartaches, or put you on her shoulders and raise you to the skies if praise was in order.
In the wake of her passing, she left behind an ocean of broken hearts. From her husband of 20+ years, Daniel Haag, Children Amber and Anthony Haag, Grandchild Nicolai Freeman, Brothers and Sisters, Theodore Bond, Tony Haag, Susan Mulligan, and Kim Brown, Nephews Matthew and Jonathon Bond, Darin Haag, and Dylan Schneider, Nieces Katie Kent and Breanne Brown, and her Aunts Brenda Lake, Jody Schneider, and Donna Bond, to countless other members of the family and friends. Her being missed dearly is an understatement to the heartache of the people she left behind.
It is said that everything happens for a reason, but in circumstances such as these, it is hard to understand the reasoning. But we press forward with Weegie in our hearts, in the hopes that maybe we can make the world a slightly brighter place, where she no longer can.
A visiting hour will be held from 11AM-12PM, Saturday, July 29, 2017 with memorial service starting at 12PM at Brown Funeral Home & Crematory in Lecanto, FL . A celebration of life will follow at 1pm, on Saturday,
July 29th 2017, at her Aunt's house, Jody Schneider, at 2525 N. Donovan Ave Crystal River FL, 34428.
In lieu of flowers, we ask that donations be made in Weegie's honor and behalf, to the reputable organization, St. Judes. To reach them visit their page at www.StJudes.org.
To sign the guest book, visit www.chronicleonline.com.
Published in Citrus County Chronicle on July 28, 2017
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