Nancy Haas, 66, of Manheim, passed away on April 21, 2020.
She was the wife of Edward Haas. Cremation Services of Lancaster (717) 273-6283
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I learned of your passing today, Nancy. I tried to reach you by phone and when I heard it had been disconnected, my heart sank as I realized why. You asked me to come help take care of you and I didn’t because of this damn pandemic. And now I’ve lost my chance to be in your great human-form presence one last time. The incredible intense week we spent together was life changing for me. The bond we created, or should I say renewed, was and is a powerful one. As I grieve for you and your loved ones, I know that you are only a thought away and that we will commune again. Smiling through tears, I see you gloriously embracing the LOVE that surrounds you now, that smile of yours expressing your joy, humility and beauty of the world you are in. I am so grateful to have you in my life, Nancy. Namaste.
Nancy! Geez did we have some good times. You gave me the gift of asking me to come care for you in December. I’ll hold those days close to my heart. I sense you’re now liberated! I’ll remember you each day.
To Nancy’s Family,
I’m a classmate of Nancy’s from Ephrata Class of ’71. It is with great sadness that I learned of her death. She came to quite a few of our monthly dinners. We had wonderful, deep conversations about life in general. She was a beautiful soul, and will definitely be missed at our gatherings. Every now and again, someone comes into your life and leaves an impression. Nancy was one of those souls in my life! Well done, Nancy, you fought the fight and won. May you rest easy in His Arms!
Until we meet again, Bonnie
I am so grateful that we managed to reconnect after many years apart since high school graduation. Even though our lives took us in so many different directions, we were still the same fun-loving girls who loved a good story, a hearty laugh, and a poignant moment of reflection. Nancy’s smile, her warmth, her insight, and her compassion touched my heart, and memories of her will keep us all warm. My sympathy to her family and friends!
You were the most caring, giving, loving, beautiful person this world ever knew. Extremely selfless. I was looking through our text messages since January and reread the bday card u sent me in December. In my card u wrote “I mostly sit and read. I don’t drive, shop, cook etc…and u know the rest. I called u and practically begged u not to give up. you sent me a text saying u will try to get stronger. Well, u hung in there for nearly 4 more months for me and every one else who loved you even though you were in so much pain. I am missing you terribly and still can’t believe that I will never here your voice ( just one more time) again. Come visit in my dreams! I LOVE YOU SO MUCH!!!
I am so, so sorry you lost your beautiful Mother, Aaron, Will and Julien. You are wonderful boys because of her.
Our thoughts and prayers got out to Ed the boy’s and their families
Nancy and I were friends in high school, and shared many wonderful memories. I was lucky to see her occasionally, when the girls from Ephrata High School got together for our monthly dinners and our yearly Christmas dinner. The last time I saw her, she shared some thoughts with me, that continue to give me comfort and strength. I will carry her words with me for the rest of my life. She was a beautiful person in so many ways, and we will miss her loving presence. Be at peace, dear Nancy. Until we meet again!