Bratcher Funeral Home

401 West Woodard, Denison, TX


David Robert Haas

July 5, 1943September 26, 2019

David Robert Haas, 76, passed away peacefully on September 26, 2019. David was born in Erie, Pennsylvania to Robert Carl Haas and Eleanor Haas. He has two brothers, Gary Haas (wife Linda) of Cleveland, Ohio and Doug Haas (wife Anna Leigh) of Atlanta, Georgia. He lived in several places as a child and went to high school in Moline, IL where he played football. He then went to University of Nebraska. After college he moved to Wayne, PA, where he met Nancy, his wife of 55 years. He was in the Army Reserves and then took flying lessons to fulfill his dream of becoming a pilot. He flew as a temporary fill in for Mack Truck in Allentown, PA and then moved to Texas in 1969 to fly for Ken Davis Industries. From there he went to Electronic Data Systems and retired in 2007. For fun, Dave enjoyed boating on Lake Texoma for many years and after selling his boat loved playing golf with Nancy and friends. He was sensitive, witty (always up for a debate) and a fantastic cook. He leaves behind: his wife, Nancy, daughter Kathy Spadoni and husband Len daughter Kristen Kromer and husband Kyle along with four grandchildren: Zachary Spadoni, Matt Spadoni, Kirin Kromer Mc Williams (husband Kyle), and Preston Kromer and nieces, Erica Copeland and Baleigh Haas. There will be a Celebration of Life in the future. Memorials for Dave can go to a charity of your choice or to Blue Sky Therapeutic Riding and Respite, 5098 US 377, Krugerville,TX 76227(www.blueskytexas.org). They made horseback riding possible for Preston. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.bratcherfuneralhome.com for the Haas family.


9 November

Celebration of Life Service

2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Denison Golf & Country Club

4770 FM 84
Denison, TX 75020


David Robert Haas

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Aimee Beasley-Spadoni

October 1, 2019

We met David & Nancy at Zachary’s college graduation in 2015. We all shared a fun weekend. David was funny and kind to our youngest son Nathan.
Sending love and prayers to his family.

Love: Aimee, Nancy, Nate

Eric Davis

October 1, 2019

I remember spending some time with Kristen and her family at Lake Texoma. It was great fun and they were always such great hosts. I'm not sure David ever knew but I also was allowed, by Kristen, to drive one of his Grand Nationals during High School. That was quite a ride and I never forgot how powerful and fun that car was to drive. Luckily I didn't get a ticket but that was not without trying! Very sorry to hear of his passing. David was always lucky to be surrounded by a great group of strong women. My prayers and condolences to the family during this difficult time. Much love and prayers. Eric Davis