Carol Hass
1942 - 2021
BORN
1942
DIED
2021
FUNERAL HOME
Peterson-Johnson Funeral Home - Milaca
260 Central Avenue South
Milaca, MN
Carol Ann Hass was born September 16, 1942 in Albert Lea, Minnesota to Henry and Dena (Tveite) Quam. She was the fifth child to this union. Carol graduated from Albert Lea High School and from Saint Cloud State College in 1983. Carol worked as a social worker at Braham Five County Mental Health Center, Mille Lacs County Social Services, and a variety of halfway houses and chemical dependency treatment centers.

Carol and her friend, Dorothy Lemke held Emotions Anonymous at the old Milaca Hospital for eighteen years.

Carol's passion was God, family and friends. She loved sewing, crafts, and golf. Family Christmas was her favorite celebration. Carol read her Bible and prayed for the USA daily. This was a mission for her.

She married Ronald Bernard Hass on September 17, 1960. They had three children.

Carol passed away November 13, 2021 at North Memorial Hospital in Robbinsdale.

She is survived by three children, Anthony (Tracy) Hass, Todd Hass, and Marie (Todd) Hendrickson; four grandchildren, Alex (Dayna) Hass, Elliot Hass, Nathan Hass, and Chloe Hendrickson; two great-grandchildren, Parker and Archer Hass; several nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Carol was preceded in death by her parents, Henry and Dena; husband, Ron Hass; grandson, Carter Hendrickson; siblings, Dolly (Don) Worke, Gert (John) Erickson, Harriet (Vernie) Classon, and Howard (Carolyn) Quam; and in-laws, Ben and Vera Hass.

Services were held Wednesday, November 17, 2021 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Milaca.


Published by Mille Lacs Messenger from Nov. 14 to Nov. 28, 2021.
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Nov
17
Service
Trinity Lutheran Church
Milaca, MN
Funeral services provided by:
Peterson-Johnson Funeral Home - Milaca
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