September 15, 1948 - September 10, 2015
Mario D. Hasz died early in the morning o fSeptember, 10 in his home in Cromwell, Ct. He gallantly fought both Conjunctival Melanoma and Glioblastoma. Survived by: Wife: Diane, Stepson: Michael Flanders Siblings: Marie E Geesa Blairsville GA, Martin J. Hasz and Virginia Middletown Ct, Marilyn R Schur and Paul New Braintree MA, Mark A.C. Hasz and Linda Wind Gap, PA Marna E Hasz and Don Salerno Sutton MA Friend: Linda Renzulli, Cromwell, Ct Many nieces and nephews The Timothy Westerman family of New Britian and family of runners Deceased: Parents: Reverend Martin J Hasz and Marie, Siblings: Marcia Miller, Marguerite Visconti, Marvin Hasz Education: Bartlett High School Webster Ma Worcester Industrial Technical Institute Central CT State University Bachelor's Degree Albertus Magnus Master's Degree Jobs: Cranston Print Webster MA Thompson Public Schools - Industrial Arts Teacher Proprietor of Furniture Stripping Business United Technologies - Pratt & Whitney He was also a helicopter crew chief in the National Guard Marheim Inc-VP Mario lived in Plymouth MA, Bridgeton NJ, Webster MA, Oxford MA, New Britain CT, Middletown CT, Rocky Hill CT and Cromwell CT Mario retired from Pratt and Whitney as a Procurement Group Engineer. He got his Masters Degree while working there. He also supported and was an active member of Occupy Hartford. Mario enjoyed life, traveling and keeping busy. He traveled across the US on a motor cycle, worked on a race car pit crew, hiked the Blue Trails of Connecticut, climbed Mt Monadnock every year for over 20 years in a row and completed every marathon he started. His one regret was not qualifying for the Boston Marathon. An automobile accident was a motivating factor in getting Mario into running. His first race and last run were both in his hometown of Cromwell. Over the many years there were two running groups he connected with. With the Roxbury Road Races he would drive every Saturday morning to Roxbury. It was there he ran his very first Marathon. He ran every Roxbury Marathon unti his cancer came back as he was training for the 2012 marathon. Mario became the 99th member of the Run 169 Towns Society and was on a quest to run as many towns as possible. His quiet times were filled with Suduko and Scrabble Mario honed his wit by submitting entries to the Caption Contests of several national newspapers. He won several Hartford Courant Caption Contests. Mario was a gentle man with a wit, a sense of family, and personal integrity. He will be missed but his spirit will be remembered.
Mario D. Hasz died early in the morning o fSeptember, 10 in his home in Cromwell, Ct. He gallantly fought both Conjunctival Melanoma and Glioblastoma. Survived by: Wife: Diane, Stepson: Michael Flanders Siblings: Marie E Geesa Blairsville GA,... View Obituary & Service Information
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