Linda Marie Haas formerly of Marystown, Newfoundland, passed away suddenly at her home in Lucan, Ontario on Wednesday, May 24, 2023. Leaving to mourn; her mother Elizabeth Haas, brothers Clayton (Mary), Colin (Mary Fel), nephew Jacob Haas (Ashleigh), niece Chantal Haas (Morgan), uncle Tom Deveraux of Terrenceville, NL, as well as a large circle of relatives and friends. Fondly remembered by her fur babies Violet, and Jack. Predeceased by her father Michael Haas, grandparents Edward and Ellen Deveraux, Danial and Mary Haas.
Visitation will be held at Haskett Funeral Home, 223 Main Street LUCAN on Saturday, May 27th from 4 – 6 PM. Cremation to follow and Linda will be laid to rest with her father in Newfoundland at a later date.
Sharon & Sean Parsons
Dearest Aunt Betty, Clayton, Colin and Families, please accept our deepest condolences on the passing of our dear cousin Linda. I’m going to miss our online chats. She will be dearly missed hold on to your precious memories of Linda. Love and prayers to all of you.
Sincerest condolences to all family and friends. RIP Linda such a beautiful soul.
Mary Haas Dyer
Aunt Betty, Clayton,Colin and family We were saddened to hear about Linda’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this difficult time. Hold on to her precious memories.
Sending all my love.
Dave and Joanne Walzack
I am so sorry to hear about Linda. She was always so friendly, always smiling. The town has lost another great person.
Bern and Jean Harty
So sorry to heat this news. Condolences to the Haas family. Rest in Peace Linda
I was very saddened to hear that Linda had passed. I didn’t learn if it till May 28th, after the visitation had already been held. Linda was a very kind, friendly and funny person. I remember spending the night at their trailer in bayfield and making toast on the fire in the morning (as well as several other memories). She would stop by my parents house to chat and visit and it was always a good time. Something about her was so welcoming. She will be greatly missed, I will be searching our family pictures for her as I know we have several.
– Samantha Jenkins (Hurman)
Rick / Geraldine Lewis
Forever in our hearts ❤️🙏
Rest, easy and fly high with the Angels my friend
Mary and Peter
Lizzie, so sorry to hear about your daughter’s passing. Sincere condolences to you, Clayton, Colin and all family members.
So sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. I was her Grade 1 teacher in Marystown and who could ever forget that red hair! She was such a beautiful child who just loved to laugh! May God bless all the family as they go through this sad time! RIP🙏🙏🙏🙏
My deepest condolences to Mrs. Lizzie, Clayton, Colin and families. Thinking of you all at this difficult time. Hugs to you all.
I am so saddened to hear of Linda’s passing. Linda was a kind, caring person and a good friend. I am so gonna miss our chats. My deepest condolences to all her family. Rest in peace my friend.
To the Haas/Devereaux Family & Her Many Friends,
So saddened & sorry to hear of Linda’s sudden passing! We were great friends in high school & even after going our separate ways, we maintained our friendship through distance over the years. She lit up every room she walked in to with her contagious smile & laughter!!!
We shared our struggles, & supported each other through it all, always ending on a positive note! She will be dearly missed & always remembered!! See you on the other side, my Beautiful friend❤️
Sending Love, Prayers & Strength during this extremely difficult time. Elizabeth, Clayton & Colin
Love to you all❤️
I can’t believe I just found out about this just now. I’m sorry I didn’t get to pay my respects in person. I had alot of good times with Linda. Whether it was down fishing at the river or taking my son and I down to the beach to go swimming and look for treasures metal detecting. She was most definitely a one of a kind lady that loved to laugh and most definitely loved to talk lol. I had many times when we would go fishing at night. I would pass out on the river bank while talking to her and I would wake up hours later to her still talking to me lol. I would say you know I was sleeping eh. She would say. Yeah I could hear you snoring about 2 hours ago. But I just like talking lol. she was proud to be a Newfoundlander and always talked about back home.
I will always have nothing but good memories of her.
Cheers. Newfy Linda.
Hope your at peace and say hi to everyone for me.
Till we meet again my dear.
Keith , Kim Hurman
So sorry to hear of Linda’s passing, Linda was one of the kindest people we have ever known. We had a lot of laughs threw the years .We will all miss her great stories , her laugh and smile. condolences to Linda’s family . RIP wild woman.
Keith and Doreen Bolt
Deepest sympathy Eliizabeth to you and your family at this sad time
Anne Marie Hackett
Our condolences to the Haas Family during this sad time. I will miss her Christmas, Anniversary and Birthday messages. Fly with the Angels dear Linda.
Very sad news.
Linda was a very kind and caring person. She was my parent`s neighbor and friend.
Make sure to look up, Bob and Helen, up above. They will be very happy to see your beautiful smile!
Aunt Betty, Clayton and Colin, I am so sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. Thinking of your family at this most difficult time. Keep her memory alive and she will alway live in your hearts. RIP cousin Linda.
Jackie Haas Hicks and family
Ruth Grice (Frost)
She was a dear friend and I will sure miss her.
Cathy (Hooper) Murphy
Sincere condolences to Linda’s family and friends. Her energetic smile and joy and desire to express kindness in the world have forever left an impression on me. One could not feel anything but happiness being in her presence. She was a beautiful soul 🌸💕🌸 May her light shine on.
my condolances to tour family and friends Linda. You will be missed by all 😞🙏😇
My most sincere condolences to all the family of Linda Marie R I P .
Hilda and Paul Sullivan
We were saddened to hear the news of Linda’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Cherish your precious memories.
Paul and Hilda Sullivan
Brent’s Cove NL
Donna Fulford Sinnott
I am so sorry for your loss. Linda was a classmate of mine in high school. I kept up with her on facebook over the years. She always showed me compassion after I lost my husband years ago. She was always so funny, she was a wonderful person. My heart and prayers are with you all. God bless.
Linda had been my neighbour and friend for the last little while. Her sweet smile and friendly laugh will be missed my not only myself but the entire neighbourhood
Aunt Betty and family,
I am so sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. I will miss our little chats online. Rest in peace sweet Angel, until we meet again Love you
Verenia & Fred Butler Red Harbour NL
Elizabeth, Clayton, Colin & families !!
So sorry to hear of Linda’s passing, Sending our sincere condolences to all, May her wonderful memories give you strength and courage in those most difficult days..♥
Deepest condolences to all the family,.
So very sorry to have heard of Linda’s passing. My deepest condolences to her entire family.
Wayne & Pam Hall
Dear Elizabeth, Clayton, Colin and family, we are totally shocked by Linda’s passing. Our condolences to the family. Linda was a great person with a kind heart. She was always willing to baby sit or look in on our pets. We couldn’t of had a better person as our neighbour. We will miss her so much.
Deepest condolences to all the family
My heartfelt condolences to Linda’s family. She was a great friend. Such a kind and loving soul. She will be missed by many including me. Rest in peace Linda. Heaven has gained another angel.
Winston and Alice Chislett
Thinking of all the family today.
I met Linda many years ago when she would bring Lucy down to visit the residents and Sadie the staff dog at Restview Retirement Home which is gone and replaced by a new building now. I was manager and Sadie’ owner. Linda was an unforgettable funny ,loving, kind , friendly women who left a huge impression on me and many lonely seniors. She surely is in heaven🙏
Matilda Courtney and Gerald Courtney
Aunt Elizabeth, Clayton, Colin, families we are very sorry for your loss. Hold on to your memories and take comfort from them and each other in the coming days. Sending you our condolences and hugs. Linda May you rest in peace.
Lizzie, Clayton and Colin. Although we can’t be with you at this sad time in your lives, rest assured you’re grief is shared by us. Linda was not only our cousin and neice, she was a person who always remembered to call and see if we were ok. Always happy despite her disease, she will be lovingly remembered. Love from Uncle Tom, cousins Glenn and Kent.
She was such a kind person. I remember her down at the clay bank in the evenings. Linda was always so nice to my kids, and she was funny too. After my dad passed she always messaged me at Christmas, my birthday, our anniversary. What a beautiful person she will be missed.
Keri-Ann, PJ, Brooke & Dave
The world is going to be VERY different without someone as unique, comical, tenacious as Linda (Red). Her soul & spirit will be forever talked fondly, amongst all who had the pleasure of knowing Linda. I pray that Linda is fishing with her loved ones in heaven – Catching “the big one”, and she is finally feeling complete happiness.
To Linda’s family – Linda saved me from having all my hair burnt off my head. I lit a bbq on a pouring rainy day (not paying attention naturally), and the lid/ flames blew up in my face, there I was suddenly on fire! Linda ran to my aid. Us ladies laughed so hard afterwards as I nursed some wounds plus missing eyebrows! It was a story we always spoke of when we saw each other. Linda’s spirit filled laughter in a boring room, and made several people feel appreciated.
She will very much be missed, and she will NEVER be forgotten. My family’s hearts/thoughts/prayers go out to all.
Condolences from the Boudreau family from rainbow valley campground.
My deepest condolences to Elizabeth, Clayton, Colin & Family. Linda was always so full of life and full of devilment & laughter 🙏 Linda I’ll always remember your bright face and hearty laugh. I so loved catching up with you when you’d be home.
I cannot believe what I am reading. Linda was a good friend, and was just here the other day, to invite Don and myself over for supper. Unfortunately, I was not available at the time, and missed seeing her. How I am regretting that now. We spoke afterwards that night, and made arrangements to do it another night. She spoke so often of her family, how much she missed you all, and how much she worried and cared about each and every one of you. Covid was so hard on Linda, as she had to worry about you all from so far away, and couldn’t be there if you needed her. My heart is broken,, Linda was one of a kind,, a girl who spoke her mind,, danced her own dance, and lived life the best way she could, even though her heart felt shattered. Life didn’t end up the way Linda thought it was going to be,, and it was very hard on her to try to carry on alone. But she managed better then I ever could have,, and always had that beautiful smile, and cherry attitude every where she went. I will miss Linda’s midnight or later computer chats, and I know that Violet is never going to have another “mother” who will love her like Linda did. My condolences to the entire family,, I feel like I know each of you personally, as Linda spoke of you all so often. Thinking of you all, during this completely unexpected and heart breaking time in your lives.
RIP my beautiful feisty best friend. I will miss you forever. Deepest condolences to Elizabeth, Clayton, Colin and families.
Love Jessie and Lloyd