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Janet E. Haas, 74

November 7, 1943 – January 19, 2018

Janet Elaine Haas, a Ramona resident since 1979, passed away Friday, January 19, 2018, at the Palomar Medical Center.  A graduate of Arizona State University, she was an accomplished quilter and taught quilting classes for many years for Palomar College in Ramona and Escondido.  She was a member of many quilting organizations including Ramona’s Back Country Quilters.  She was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother for 6 grandchildren.

Janet was born on November 7, 1943 in Wellsville, New York.  She was the daughter of the late Edward and Louise Jones.  She is survived by her husband of 52 years, Robert, a daughter Amie L. Haas of San Carlos, CA, and three sons, Christopher P. Haas of Alameda, CA, Robin E. Haas of Bay St. Louis, MS, and Timothy J. Haas of Tempe, AZ.

Friends wishing to make memorial contributions may do so to the American Heart Association.

6 responses to “Janet E. Haas, 74”

  1. Flora Kay Turner says:

    Bob, you have my deepest sympathy. I never met Janet but her mother was my dearest friend while we lived on the same street in Mesa. I never dreamed my son would become Cynthia’s significant other.. Cindy invites me & picks me up for all holiday dinners, now that I can’t drive. It is interesting that Janet passed away on the same day as my father in 1966 when I was 24 & my brother 22. Sincerely, Kay Turner

  2. Bob, you have my deepest sympathy. I never met Janet but her mother was my dearest friend while we lived on the same street in Mesa. I never dreamed my son would become Cynthia’s significant other – now for 32 years. Cindy invites me over & they pick me up for all holiday dinners, now that I don’t drive. I find it interesting that Janet passed away on the same day as my dad in 1966 when I was 24 & my brother 22. Sincerely, Kay Turner

    • Bob, you have my deepest sympathy. I never met Janet but her mom was my dearest friend while we lived on the same street in Mesa. I never dreamed my son would become Cynthia’s significant other, now for over 32 years. Cindy invites me & they pick me up for all holiday dinners, now that I don’t drive. I find it interesting that Janet passed away on the same day as my father in 1966, when I was 24 & my brother 22. Sincerely, Kay turner

    • Bob, you have my deepest sympathy.

  3. Bob, you have my deepest sympathy.
    Kay Turner

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