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Kenneth Allen Hasz

CLERGY
Pastor Gordon Harris
MUSIC
Organist ~ Lois Hehn
Soloist ~ Charlene Hasz
“The Lord’s Prayer”
“Amazing Grace”
Congregation
“How Great Thou Art”
HONORARY CASKETBEARERS
Kennan Hasz, Grandson
Nathan Gramm, Grandson
Richard Isaacs
Lud Rettedahl
Dr. K.G. Custis
Richard Gall
Elmer Magstadt
Richard Buechler
CASKETBEARERS
Tyson Hasz, Grandson
Jared Goos, Grandson
Duane Welch
Lee Herrboldt
Dennis Welch
Brian Welch
Kenneth Allen Hasz was born on Saturday, December 9, 1922 in Parkston, South Dakota to David and Sophia (Hins) Hasz. He was united in marriage to Gladys Welch on December 23, 1950 at Fort Lewis, Washington. While Ken was serving in the Korean War, Gladys worked as a nurse at a local hospital in Tacoma, Washington. In December of 1951, Ken and Gladys returned to South Dakota and began farming on a farm east of Parkston where they began raising their family. Ken farmed for most of his life, and in 1960 they moved to the Olivet - Scotland area. Ken was an avid golfer and also enjoyed woodworking. He was a member of the Paul Grossheusch V.F.W. Post #2966 of Scotland. Ken passed away on Saturday, October 24, 2009 at the Scotland Good Samaritan Society at the age of 86 years, 10 months and 15 days.
He is survived by his children: Mark (Joi) Hasz of Menno, Bob (Charlene) Hasz of Mantorville, Minnesota, Peggy (Kevin) Goos of Sioux Falls, and Connie (Jim) Gramm of Parkston; and eight grandchildren.
Ken was preceded in death by his wife, Gladys, in August of 2007, a son, Jerry, his parents, David and Sophia Hasz, two brothers and three sisters.


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Guestbook

Peggy and family Our sympathy is with you and your family at the lose of your dad. Joe and Laurie (Gall) LaBarge

Laurie LaBarge Oct 26 2009 5:41 PM

Connie and Peggy, Our sincere sympathy to you and your families. We are thinking of you. Beth and Vince

Beth and Vince Weber Oct 26 2009 11:04 AM

Connie & Family~ I was so saddened to hear of the death of your dad. Losing a parent is never easy. Take comfort in knowing he and your mom are together again in the kingdom of heaven (probably playing a round of golf or two!). I remember staying at your parents' place a weekend or two in college and feeling so welcomed. Your dad was a down to earth kind of guy who liked to joke and give us girls heck. Cherish your memories...and talk of them often to your kids. They too will learn that these are what define us as families, and that our faith carries us on. Please extend my condolences to your brothers and sister and their families too. Thinking of you in these tough days ahead and holding you up in prayer. Love, Sheila

Sheila Broughton Oct 26 2009 7:47 AM

We were sorry to hear of your loss. Just remember he is in a better place. Milton Leischner and Family

Patti Leischner Oct 25 2009 11:38 AM