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Cleo Hass, of Ogilvie, passed away on Sunday, April 11, 2021 at Eastwood Senior Living in Mora.  She was 98 years old.

FUNERAL SERVICE will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday, April 18, 2021 at the St. Paul Lutheran Church in Ogilvie with Rev. Vern Dorn officiating.

VISITATION will be held one hour prior to the service on Sunday.

INTERMENT will be at the Oakwood Cemetery in Mora.

Cleo Ione Hass, of Ogilvie, passed away on Sunday, April 11, 2021 at Eastwood Senior Living in Mora at the age of 98.

Cleo was born to Charles and Ada (Gibbs) Schewe on January 9, 1923 in Ogilvie, MN. Cleo grew up in the Ogilvie area where she met and married Clarence Hass, also of Ogilvie, on February 15, 1941. They raised their family on a farm in Southfork Township. They were blessed with five boys; Steven, Carl, Kenneth, C. Donald, and Richard.

Cleo became an active member of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Ogilvie, where she was confirmed and baptized on April 16, 1946. She was very involved with the church and she enjoyed many years of quilting with some of the other ladies from church. Cleo was always very devoted to her family and a real joy to be around. She was an awesome grandmother who loved spending time with her grandchildren. Cleo also enjoyed gardening, planting flowers, mowing the lawn and many other activities outside the farm. In later years, she loved sitting in her rocking chair on her porch watching everyone drive by and the Besser boys driving their tractors in the field.

Cleo is preceded in death by her husband Clarence, son Carl, grandson Keith, brother Robert (Fern) Schewe, sister Phyllis (George) Haase.

Cleo is survived by sons, Steve of Ogilvie, Kenny (Nancy) of Ogilvie, Donny (Mary Jane) of Rochester, Richard (Linda) of Ogilvie; daughter in law Charlene of Ogilvie; 16 grandchildren; 25 great grandchildren; 14 great great grandchildren; as well as many nieces, nephews, and friends.

9 thoughts on “CLEO I. HASS”

  1. I will always remember dear Cleo fondly from my visits to Eastwood. She loved to join in our prayer and song.

  2. I have fond memories of Aunt Cleo, my mom’s only sister. Our family often visited with her family on the farm during our growing up years. Though I have lived out of the state for many years, my last visit with Cleo was just a few years ago. She was as cheerful and welcoming as in the past. May all the good memories of her life be comforting to her family.

  3. Cleo will be missed. She was a dear friend to our Mom and they spent many hours quilting together. She gave our Mom rides on many occasions. Mom spoke so highly of her. Prayers and hugs to your family.

  4. Cleo was a grand lady and loved dearly by all in our family who were among her closest neighbors as we Troupe kids were growing up. I’m sure that choirs were singing and the pearly gates swung wide to welcome her home. Our sympathies to Cleo’s family and all who loved her.

  5. Donny & family,
    Cleo was such a special presence and will be missed by all who knew her. She certainly lived a long and full life!😊 Love & hugs to Donny, Janie and their kids & grandkids💟🙏 Sheila, Tom & Cole Walsh

  6. Dearest Richard & Linda,
    Although I haven’t seen your Mom for many years I remember what a sweet lady she was when I waited on your folks at Cozy Cafe… My sincere condolences to your family. Renee

  7. We have such fond memories of Cleo. She always made us feel like family. Her sweet smile and welcoming arms made it joy to be in her presence.

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