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Carol Haas

Carol Ann Haas

Saturday, December 24th, 1955 - Friday, September 18th, 2020
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Obituary

HAAS, CAROL ANN, age 64, of Mt. Pleasant, passed away Friday, September 18, 2020, at Spectrum Health-Butterworth Hospital in Grand Rapids.

Due to restrictions forced by Covid-19, there will be a celebration of life service at a later date, yet to be determined. Memorial contributions may be made to Faith Lutheran Church, 1402 E. Preston Street, Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858.

Carol was born December 24, 1955, in Detroit, Michigan, the daughter of David and Zena (Detheridge) Hindson. She graduated from Pontiac Central High School with the class of 1974. Carol married Paul Franklin Haas on June 19, 1982 in Mt. Pleasant. Carol obtained her master’s degree in Business Administration from CMU in 1993. She was the Director of Budget and Finance at CMU for 36 years, while also managing Lombard Limited for the last 17 years. Carol loved water skiing, downhill skiing, traveling, boating, and family time at Chippewa Lake. She was an amazing seamstress and loved making homemade things for her friends and family.

Carol is survived by her children: Andrea (Kyle) Thompson of Wasilla, AK, Daniel (Megan) Haas of Wallace, and Kay (Josh) McArthur of Mt. Pleasant; grandchildren Jeremiah, Sara, Gabriel, Michael, Elliott, Ryan, and Lucy; her father David Hindson of Bloomfield Hills; brother Paul (Mary) Hindson of New Baltimore; sister Denyce (Mike) Hodder of Steamboat Springs, CO; Paul’s family: Allan Haas of Lansing, Earl (Diane) Haas of Pontiac, Penny (Rick) Hess of Lake Orion, Irene (Gary) Mason of Naples, FL, Bethany (John) Andrews, Sr. of Las Vegas, Nancy (Al) Yenior of Sterling, Sharon (Jim) Hiveley of AuGres, Stacey (Robert) Verdusco of Omer; and many nieces and nephews.

Carol was preceded in death by her husband Paul and her mother Zena.
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Posted at 01:15pm
So very sorry Andrea, Dan, Kay and your family. She will always be in our hearts truly a lovely lady. Hugs to you, Robin Olson Jordon&Nicholas

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Cindy Vautrin and Tom Ridley

Posted at 05:24pm
Thinking of your family. We have memories of her that will stay with us forever.

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Bob Wuerfel

Posted at 10:55pm
We purchased a place at Chippewa Lake along the same channel as Carol in early 2018. Carol was one of the first people to stop by and say hello. In our first conversation, I mentioned that we had three of our kids that went to CMU. Carol lit up when I mentioned that and told me about her many years at CMU! Since 2018, when we come up on weekends, we knew we would see Carol flying the CMU flag and she was often outside as we rode our boat up the channel and we'd chat a few minutes as we went by. While we don't know her like so many close family and friends....she made us feel welcome and was always a friendly face up at Chippewa Lake. We will so miss seeing her in the backyard, the CMU flag flying and her smiles. Fire Up in Heaven Carol. The Wuerfel Family
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Sue Nichols Willbur

Posted at 05:57am
Andrea, Dan and Kay,

Your mom was such a great person, a great co-worker and a great friend. She was always such a joy to be around. Her passing is simply heartbreaking.

May special memories of her bring you comfort in the days to come. Your family and you remain in my thoughts and prayers.

With heartfelt sympathy,
Sue Nichols Willbur
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Maria Lagalo

Posted at 09:25pm
Carol, you were always such a special person. You always went out of your way to say hi at Church... you had a way of bringing light, love and laughter to everyone around you. You were a very strong person that I admired so much. You will be missed by so many, but we know your Faith was strong and God has gained another amazing Angel ❤️
-Maria Lagalo
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