Ronald Lee Haas

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Ronald (Ron) Lee Haas (Age 77) of Gainesville, VA, formerly of Vienna, VA, passed away on Friday, March 15, 2019 at Prince William Hospital. Beloved husband of Betty Haas; devoted father of Julie Miller (Mark), Chip Haas (Wendy), Kevin Haas (Julie), and Karyn Sizemore (Steve). Also survived by brother Joseph Haas of Lambertville, MI, sister Joyce Jacob of Lawrence, KS, and grandchildren Tyler, Jackson, Kelly, Natalie, Jake, Brandon, and Abigail. He was preceded in death by his parents Joseph and Eleanor, brothers Robert and Gary, and sisters Betty and Patty. Ron worked at the Department of Navy for 38 years, coached many sports for Vienna Youth leagues, and was the Treasurer for the Madison High School Band Parents. He was an avid Washington Redskins, Ohio State Football, and TBDBITL fan; loved completing his crossword puzzles (always in ink); and was the family UNO and Euchre champion. Most of all, Ron dedicated his life to his family, which was displayed through his love and steadfast support for his wife, children, and grandchildren. Family and friends may visit at Money & King Funeral Home, 171 W. Maple Ave, Vienna, VA on Thursday, March 21st from 4-8 pm. Ron’s Life Celebration will be held on Friday, March 22nd at 11 am at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 2589 Chain Bridge Rd, Vienna, VA. A private internment service will be at Stonewall Memory Gardens. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Rheumatology Research Foundation (

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  1. Dad, you were always there for us and I can never truly express how much that meant over all these years. You set a great example for me and I hope I lived up to your expectations and will continue to try and do so. I’m just glad that you aren’t suffering anymore and I hope you, Uncle Gary, and Uncle Bobby are together, drinking Manhattan’s, cheering on the Buckeyes, maybe even playing Euchre.

    Love you and miss you.


  2. Joyce and family – Sending my sincerest condolences on the loss of your brother, Ronnie. You always spoke so highly of him. I am very sorry for your loss.

  3. I remember on Sunday mornings Grandpa Haas doing the Sunday paper crossword puzzle and asking Ronnie or Gary the answers to it or watching the Browns playing football on tv. I looked up to my uncles and they are greatly missed.

    • Betty & Family Mr. Haas was one of the best bosses I ever worked for. I was so sad to hear of his recent passing. Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Diane J. Haynes

  4. To the Haas family – My deepest sympathies. I remember Ron fondly from his days here in the Dept of the Navy and in the financial management community. May you find peace in the happy memories that you shared with Ron.

  5. On behalf of all SPAWAR Comptroller personnel, I want to be so thankful for Ron’s guidance and caring during his time with us. In addition to his amazing financial skills, he was an even better person and challenged us to become better people as well. We are truly fortunate to have shared time with him.

  6. Betty and Family
    My deepest sympathy to each of you. I am sure that Ron is now resting peacefully, may be not since he is now with his brothers. Have fun guys! Sorry I’m not there but know that my thoughts and prayers are with you all.
    Love, Nancy

  7. I’m sorry to hear about the loss of your loved one. When someone we love dies, it’s natural to want to see that person again. God promises us that He will comfort us in our trials if we go to him in prayer. 2 Corinthians 1:3 calls him the God of all comfort. I’d like to share with y’all this link that shows 12 steps on coping with grief that is good for sharing. I have personally found this very comforting and I hope y’all do as well.

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