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Thomas Haser

Thomas C. Haser

June 10, 1933 - May 18, 2020
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Obituary

Thomas C. Haser May 18, 2020 Thomas C. Haser, 86, of New Kensington, entered into rest on May 18th, 2020. Born in Arnold, Pa., he was the son of John F. Haser Sr. and Hazel Baldwin Haser Moore of New Kensington, Pa. He was raised by his father and stepmother, Josephine Zydel Haser. His aunt, Lyda Haser Custer, was also a very important part of his life. He was a loving brother to two sisters and four brothers: Shirley, Lyda, John, Woody, Jim, and Dave. Tom’s life was marked by a strong devotion to family and community. He is survived by his loving wife of 67 years, Freda Merritts Haser, and his children: Tom (Ace) Haser (Myerlann), Jo-Rae Bitar, Lori Cernell (Bob), and Sandy Carlaccini (Gregg). His greatest joys were his grandchildren: Joshua (Ashley), Brian, Lauren (Greg), Brittany, Jessica (Mike), Caitlin, Nicole, Cassidy, and Callie; and great-grandchildren: Madeline, Jace, Brayden, Logan, Miles, and Lucca.   Tom graduated with the Ken High class of ’51. He worked for Union Springs and later became the Executive Director of the Redevelopment Authority of New Kensington until retirement.   Both he and his wife were long-time members of the First Evangelical Lutheran Church of New Kensington.   He was a lifetime member of the Seventh Street Sportsmen’s Club, as well as the Loyal Order of Moose, Lodge #53, where he was a past governor.   Tom was an avid Pittsburgh sports fan, supporting the Steelers, Penguins, and Pirates.   A memorial service will be announced at a later date.   Arrangements entrusted to RJ Slater IV Funeral Home and Cremation Service, 1000 Freeport Road, New Kensington, PA. 724-335-0100.  Condolences can be made at www.rjslater.com.
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David Namey

Posted at 12:00am
My condolences to the entire Haser Family. Tom was our Little League coach with Paul Pazul in early 1960s. Tom and I reunited in 1976 when, as a young man, I started working with him at the Redevelopment Authority for the next 9 years. He taught me so much, and was a great mentor to have as a young man. Tom gave me a certain piece of advice which I never forgot, and conveyed his message to my peers throughout my career as civil servant. He said to always make your best effort to try to help people. That was Mr. Haser! He tried to help people any way he could. He was a good man, a true gentleman. This world needs more people like Tom Haser. May his memory be eternal and God bless.
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Don Sopchack

Posted at 12:00am
I grew up with the Haser family at the Terrace.  As a child, us kids were always impressed with how professional Tom was even with us.  He was always fair and very kind and a pleasure to know.  Knowing him for over 60 years, he was a person that I am glad to have known and sad to see him pass.  He can now rekindle his his new life with his Dashounds Lady and Cass.  Ace and the rest, You lost a great one. So, sorry.
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Krystal Brzezinski

Posted at 12:00am
Tom will be missed. Him and Freda were one of most favorite couples to wait on at Eat N Park. I will as always remember him. May he rest in peace. His face will
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Maribeth Ellias

Posted at 12:00am
Sandy and family, so very sorry to hear of your great loss,  May God rest him and give you all comfort. Maribeth Ellias and family
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Sarah Campos

Posted at 12:00am
Sending our condolences to Frida and Tom's family. He will be greatly missed at Eazers.  His hot tea with a side of honey, and he always cleaned the whole table for us. May his memory be eternal and may he rest in peace.  From his friends at Eazers
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