In memory of
Debra Eugenia "Debbie" Haas
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In memory of
Debra Eugenia "Debbie" Haas
DEBRA EUGENIA HAAS January 31, 1952 ~ February 28, 2017 "Everybody loved Debbie. She was a great daughter, sister, wife, mother, home school teacher, Awana leader, church choir member, volunteer "taxi" driver and friend." Debra Eugenia Haas of Battle Ground, WA, passed away at home Feb. 28, 2017 with her husband of 43 years at her side. We all miss her so much already, but rejoice that she is no longer suffering here on earth but joyfully living with her Savior in Heaven. John 3:16 Debbie was born at Vancouver Memorial Hospital in Vancouver, WA to Eugene and Ruth (Dollar) Darrow. She graduated from Battle Ground High School and attended classes at Clark College. She worked in various jobs: including elder care, woodworking, Jantzen Swimwear, Western Electric, Target and U.S. Census taker. Debbie was a happy wife, homemaker and mother. She enjoyed machine embroidery, stamping, and travel. She was a member of the Cherry Grove Friends, Battle Ground Baptist, and New Heights churches. Debbie is survived by her husband, David Henry Haas; sons, David Eugene (Angie) Haas (the best granddaughter, Olivia) and Nathan Robert Haas; sister, Shirley Michael (her children, Dan and Cindy); brothers, Ray (Barbara) Darrow (their children, Eric and Tess) and Tim (Linda) Darrow (their children, Misty, Tiffany, Lacey, and Stephanie); a host of aunts, uncles and cousins; and Yorkie, Beatrice. She was preceded in death by her parents; all of her Dollar aunts and uncles; and her beloved Yorkie, Twister. A memorial service will be held Sun., March 12, 2017 at 4p.m. at Vista Community Church, 20018 NE 22nd Ave., Ridgefield, WA 98642. She was laid to rest at the Wilson Bridge Cemetery. Special thanks to Tim and Linda Darrow, Clyde Cooper, Denton Harlan, Linda Tibbs and Kaiser Hospice. Memorial donations may be sent to Vista Community Church. Please sign her guest book at: www.columbian.com/obits .
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In memory of
Debra Eugenia "Debbie" Haas
DEBRA EUGENIA HAAS January 31, 1952 ~ February 28, 2017 "Everybody loved Debbie. She was a great daughter, sister, wife, mother, home school teacher, Awana leader, church choir member, volunteer "taxi" driver and friend." Debra Eugenia Haas of Battle Ground, WA, passed away at home Feb. 28, 2017 with her husband of 43 years at her side. We all miss her so much already, but rejoice that she is no longer suffering here on earth but joyfully living with her Savior in Heaven. John 3:16 Debbie was born at Vancouver Memorial Hospital in Vancouver, WA to Eugene and Ruth (Dollar) Darrow. She graduated from Battle Ground High School and attended classes at Clark College. She worked in various jobs: including elder care, woodworking, Jantzen Swimwear, Western Electric, Target and U.S. Census taker. Debbie was a happy wife, homemaker and mother. She enjoyed machine embroidery, stamping, and travel. She was a member of the Cherry Grove Friends, Battle Ground Baptist, and New Heights churches. Debbie is survived by her husband, David Henry Haas; sons, David Eugene (Angie) Haas (the best granddaughter, Olivia) and Nathan Robert Haas; sister, Shirley Michael (her children, Dan and Cindy); brothers, Ray (Barbara) Darrow (their children, Eric and Tess) and Tim (Linda) Darrow (their children, Misty, Tiffany, Lacey, and Stephanie); a host of aunts, uncles and cousins; and Yorkie, Beatrice. She was preceded in death by her parents; all of her Dollar aunts and uncles; and her beloved Yorkie, Twister. A memorial service will be held Sun., March 12, 2017 at 4p.m. at Vista Community Church, 20018 NE 22nd Ave., Ridgefield, WA 98642. She was laid to rest at the Wilson Bridge Cemetery. Special thanks to Tim and Linda Darrow, Clyde Cooper, Denton Harlan, Linda Tibbs and Kaiser Hospice. Memorial donations may be sent to Vista Community Church. Please sign her guest book at: www.columbian.com/obits .
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