Obituary for Lisa Ann Haselberger

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Lisa Ann Haselberger

January 30, 1968 - February 10, 2018

Lisa Ann Haselberger, 50, of Decatur, passed away on Saturday, February 10, 2018, at Borgess Medical Center, Kalamazoo.
Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated on Friday, February 16, 2018, at Holy Family Catholic Church, 500 W. St. Mary’s St., Decatur, MI with Father Richard Altine officiating. Burial will follow at Lakeside Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 6-8 pm on Thursday, February 15, at Newell Chapel, 83313 M-51, Decatur. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association or the American Heart Association. Those wishing to send a condolence or sign the guest book online may do so at www.newellchapel.com.
Lisa was born on January 30, 1968, to Thomas and Shirley (Watson) Haselberger in Paw Paw. She graduated from Mattawan High School, class of 1986. After graduation she began working in the graphic arts program at the Van Buren Intermediate School District in the Tech Center. She worked there over thirty years and was most recently an executive secretary. Lisa was a very caring person, always willing to help everyone. She enjoyed graphic design, her career, traveling for work and cats, rescuing several. Lisa also had several different collections, including postcards and her egg collection. Most of all, she loved spending time with her family.
Lisa is survived by her parents, Thomas and Shirley Haselberger; sister, Karen (Rich Franklin) Haselberger; brother, Martin (Diana) Haselberger and nieces and nephew.

 

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Visitation Information

Date: Thursday, February 15, 2018

Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Newell Chapel

Address:

83313 M-51
Decatur, Michigan 49045

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Service Information

Date: Friday, February 16, 2018

Time: 11:00 am

Holy Family Catholic Church

Address:

500 W. St. Mary Street
Decatur, Michigan 49045

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Born: January 30, 1968
Died: February 10, 2018

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Kathy Downs posted on 2/18/18

My heartfelt sympathy and prayers are with you and your family. I loved knowing Lisa. I will always remember her kind smile. Her face would brighten my day as I waved to her in the morning. I enjoyed bringing her a cold Pepsi and giving her hugs. She has a special place in my heart.

 

Susan Woodruff posted on 2/15/18

My heart goes out to your entire family. Lisa was a very good friend to me and I treasured her friendship very much. You raised a bright intelligent, talented, caring and loving lady. She always was kind to everyone and went the extra mile to help her coworkers with whatever they needed from her. As a dear friend she was often my sounding board as I was often hers. We spent many evenings working late together and helping each other out. Lisa would often stay late just to help me sometimes when I was over loaded. I know her absence will leave a large void in your lives. She talked a lot about her family and enjoyed being with you. Hold on to the many memories you have of Lisa. She may be physically gone but her presence will remain through all those memories and with the help of God and those memories you will somehow be able to endure this long journey of healing and learn to live in a world without her. I pray that God will lead you on that journey and that he will help you find peace and comfort in knowing that Lisa’s life mattered and she will be missed. She is on a greater mission now in heaven but she will always be with you and she will find a way to let you know she is around. God bless you. Susan Woodruff

 

Marcy Burnham (Blodgett) posted on 2/15/18

I have nothing but lovely memories of Lisa. She was a kind heart during the short time I was fortunate to know her. The world needs more like Lisa. She will be missed.

 

Carol Smith posted on 2/15/18

What an amazing woman! Lisa would do anything for anyone. Lisa especially loved her family. Lisa "took me under her 'wing' when I "arrived" at work. I will truly miss her. I Love her like a "true" sister. She will ALWAYS hold a special place in my heart. Her family at the Van Buren Technology Center will miss her deeply.

 

Diana Stump posted on 2/14/18

Tom, Shirley and family, What an amazing woman! Lisa would do anything for anyone. Lisa especially loved her family. I will truly miss her. Hang on to the memories as they can never be taken away. Her family at the Van Buren Technology Center will miss her deeply.

 

Liz Knaak posted on 2/14/18

Fun loving (Chair swirling) kind Lisa - Funliest desk - Cat loving - people loving - and most importantly children loving. I'll see You my sister Lisa in the Lord Jesus Christ and we'll continue our chair fun in heaven around His throne with more Fun Flying with His angels.Until then take care of all the little children up there . Your friend for eternity Liz.......

 

Terri (Ellis) Dopheide posted on 2/14/18

Lisa was such a sweet soul. My prayers for her families comfort.

 

P Demchuk posted on 2/14/18

Dear Haselberger family, Lisa was one of the sweetest people I have known. I shall miss her voice on the phone. My condolences to you all. Paula Demchuk VBISD

 

Kelly Speck posted on 2/13/18

Lisa and I been best friends for over 35+ years. She was a very caring person and she would help anyone out that need help. I am going to miss the conversation we had about each other life, our family and other things we talk about on the phone and in person. She was alway smiling. My thoughts and prayers go out to Tom & Shirley, Karen & Rich, Martin & Diana and nieces & nephew. Rest In Peace My Best Friend Lisa. I am going to miss you!

 

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