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Adam James Hass

Posted 2023-11-26 by mhenderson
Published by Today's News Herald on Nov. 26, 2023 -
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -

Adam James Hass, 44, of Lake Havasu City passed away and went to heaven,
on Nov. 18, 2023. He died at home with his family present from a sudden
cardiac arrest.

Adam was born in Kenosha, Wisconsin on Sept. 15, 1979, to his loving
parents, James and Carole Hass. He graduated from Christian Life High
School, Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin in 1997. He attended Mohave
Community College in Lake Havasu City and became a drug and alcohol
abuse counselor in Syracuse, New York.

Adam was very involved in student activities at First Assembly of God
(now JRNY Church), and went on a mission trip to Hungary and Bulgaria.
He also sang at many choral events and on the school worship team. In
Lake Havasu City, at a Calvary Baptist Church Easter Musical, costumed
as the angel at Jesus' tomb, he wielded his own mighty sword, and sang a
beautiful song in front of thousands.

Adam loved spending time with his friends whether it was singing
karaoke, playing video games or just talking. They knew him as a big
teddy bear; funny, kind, and compassionate. He was the happiest when he
could talk or visit his children in Syracuse, New York. They were his
whole world.

Adam is survived by his parents, James and Carole Hass; his sister, Amy
Hass (Ben) Grimsley; his children, Adrah Gabriella, Rosemarie Josephine
(Rosie), and Malachi Mcgraw, all in Syracuse. New York, and a nephew,
Phaelan David Grimsley. He is also survived by many aunts, uncles, and
cousins around the country who loved him dearly.

A private family memorial will be held as well as a friends face time
celebration to honor his life. You may leave comments about Adam on this

Adam was debilitated from severe arthritis for 25 years. As a result,
contributions may be made to the Arthritis Foundation at either 800-283-
7800 or

Services were entrusted to the care of Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home.
Thoughts and condolences can be sent to the family at www.lietz-

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