Carol Lee Hasse
February 22, 1947 – March 30, 2019
Carol Lee Hasse was born on February 22, 1947 and passed away on March 30, 2019.
- Calling Hours at Alleva Funeral Home, Inc. Thursday, April 4, 2019
- Memorial Service at Alleva Funeral Home, Inc. Thursday, April 4, 2019
- Burial private by the request of the family
Carol Lee Hasse
Mary Jo Chesney
April 9, 2019
I was so sadden to learn of Carol's passing I will miss her dearly. I was shocked as the last time I spoke with her was March 26th and she sounded well and very upbeat. I was fortunate to become friends with Carol over our more than 10 years working together. I will miss her smile and great sense of humor. She really enjoyed her family and all the children and loved making "surprise" gifts for her grandchildren; she was so proud of her family. I feel like I know many of you from her stories of growing up and visiting and vacationing as an adult. My prayers go out to you all as I am sure she leaves a hole in your hearts as she did mine. So young to be taken from us.
Her talent and creativity were such a part of her and she seemed so happy when she made time to pursue it. I will always remember her style and how well she could put together an outfit - always classic and sophisticated. Thank you for sharing so many pictures of her throughout her lifetime they were wonderful to see and are great memories to keep. With warmest regards to the family and farewell my dear friend I am so glad to have shared time with you on this earth.
April 8, 2019
What a beautiful Tribute to Carol and the life she lead. The photos told such a wonderful story of the people she loved and those who loved her .
It is obvious how much she will be missed
May she rest in peace with all her loved ones in heaven💕
April 7, 2019
What a beautiful tribute! I loved seeing the pictures and even though I had not seen Carol for many years, the pictures brought back my memories of her. She was such a beautiful person and I remember thinking that she was so pretty when I met her when I was a little girl and got to spend time with my cousins in the Dolphin family and when I got to attend her wedding when she was a young lady. I was in awe of her in her gorgeous dress and remember her as being so kind and modest. I had also heard so much about how talented she was and knew she was admired for her artistic ability and natural creativity. I know Carol will be greatly missed by so many people and I am saddened for all her friends and family, especially my cousins in the Dolphin family who loved her dearly.
April 6, 2019
Carol, Mom mom to Ciera and Dillon and Mother in Law to me for a quarter century was a beautiful, intelligent, talented and hard working woman. She was undoubtedly the most creative woman I’ve ever known, that creativity stretched from home decor to painting, crafting and gift giving, always completed to perfection. Any gift family members ever received was an obvious outpouring of love as it was always evident that a sacrifice of time was put into it.
Carol had an ease around people familiar or not that I envied, her quick wit and knowledge of just about any topic meant you were never bored in her presence.
Carol was a person of faith, she may not have been a regular church goer of late, but I know from conversation that she was in relationship with God through prayer and I’m so grateful for that.
Ciera, Dillon and I will treasure the many happy memories of our time spent with Mom mom.
May you Rest In Peace! Love, Renee
April 3, 2019
Carol was kind, gracious and so creative. She could do anything from arranging flowers to decorating entire homes. Because of her, my mother-in-law, Dorothy Hasse, always had the most beautiful apartments including draperies, coordinated decor, the perfect paint color and hand-picked accessories. And, of course, Carol would never let Mere(as we affectionately called her!) pay for her work. Carol always had time to call and visit which delighted Mere since Carol was one of her most favorite people. Carol was so thoughtful and careful that Mere always had what she wanted to be comfortable in her home. We are forever thankful. Pat and Gordon Hasse
April 3, 2019
We are so sad to lose our big sister. Carol was a beautiful, kind, wise and loving person. I will miss our conversations and knowing she was a phone call away with some words of wisdom. I'm grateful for the good memories of family ski trips, Sunday dinners and more recently, Christmas at Kara's house. I love you Carol. I pray you are at peace now with our loved ones who have gone before you.