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Albert Joseph HAEGER
9 août 1949 – 18 octobre 2020
On October 18, 2020 Albert Joseph Haeger passed away peacefully in his sleep. Albert enjoyed playing Trivial Pursuit. He loved eating potato chips, ice cream and drinking milk shakes. He enjoyed a good Kennedy book or read and to look at old ones and also talking on the phone with his brother Bob, his Mother and his college friend Brian. Some of his favorite memories was meeting John F. Kennedy in person, the movie The Alamo starring John Wayne, BBQ’s at Grandfather’s house with baked beans, turning off the TV at 9 PM and taping anything that came on after that, winning the spelling Bee in the 5th grade, being elected as the class editor for the newspaper in the 8th grade, seeing his grandfather in the boiler room of the Staten Island Ferry and going the World Fair in New York
He is survived by his Mother Marie and his siblings Joanne Bauer, Richard T., John E., and Jeffrey C. Haeger and nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends. Preceded in death by his Father Albert and his brother Robert.
Services will be private. Online tributes may be left at www.Schimunekfuneralhomes.com
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Albert Joseph HAEGER
29 octobre , 2020
I was very sad to learn of your passing.
However, I know you are in a better place with endless history facts, ice cream and angels who will listen to your endless jokes. I will never forget your thoughtfulness, quick humor and warm smile. Rest easy.
28 octobre , 2020
Al, I was saddened to hear of your passing, as I have not seen you this past year. You were truly one of a kind, a good soul, and you left a lasting impression with all who have met you. I hope that you are at peace, and are enjoying all the chips and ice cream you possibly can.
27 octobre , 2020
I will miss you deeply, Al. Your presence was joyful and you always had a joke up your sleeve. I could definitely count on you to lighten the mood. I hope you’re resting peacefully.