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Chris J. Haas
December 24, 1970 ~ January 2, 2024 (age 53) 53 Years Old
Christian John Haas, of Pacific, MO passed away on Tuesday, January 2nd, 2024, at the age of 53.
Christian John Haas was born December 24, 1970, in Chesterfield, MO, one of three children of the late Joan Claire (Aumiller) Haas, and loving son of his father Tom Haas, and Elizabeth Haas.
Chris was survived by his two beautiful children Samantha Claire, Stephanie Haas, and Haily Kaup, and his brother Mike Haas, and sister Julie (Mark) Boewer. He had 4 nieces and nephews that meant the world to him, Josh Haas, Megan (Haas) Gist, Katelyn Boewer, and Riece Boewer. Also known as Uncle Gunk to them.
Chris loved a good BBQ with family and friends. Fishing was his past time, and something he really enjoyed. Chris also loved hunting with his dad, Mike, Riece and years ago his Grandpa Elmer. A lot of great memories were made fishing and hunting. Those memories will be cherished forever. Chris also really enjoyed watching nascar racing. He was a great athlete in his younger years. He was cherished as a son, brother and dad. Family meant a lot to Chris, if you needed anything he would be there for you if he could.
The absence of his presence here on earth leaves an emptiness that can’t be filled. He will be missed by all that knew him an had the pleasure of having him in their lives.
Services: At the request of Chris’s family, we will have a memorial service for immediate family only. We really appreciate your thoughts and prayer during this difficult time.
Life is short, Yesterday is History, Tomorrow is a Mystery, Today is a Gift. That’s why we call it ‘The Present.’ Remember to forgive and forget and be kind to others. Everyone is fighting some kind of battle, you know nothing about.