Priscilla Haas
December 30, 1922 - April 4, 2021
Soller-Baker Funeral Homes, Inc.
Gail Tyson
Spitznagle Family
Karin Wyles
The Klapp Family
The Klapp Family
The Klapp Family
Courtland & Lois Maple
Marion Mackie Light a candle
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Soller-Baker Funeral Homes & Crematory, Lafayette Chapel
400 Twyckenham Blvd
Lafayette, IN 47909
Thursday 4/8, 10:00 am

Priscilla  Haas, 98, of Fort Wayne, passed away on Sunday, April 4, 2021 surrounded by her family. She was born December 30, 1922, in Killarney , Canada, to the late Joseph W. and Mary E. Leger Solomon. Priscilla became a naturalized citizen of the USA on March 19, 1949. Her first marriage was to Harold…

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Nancy (Tyson) Coultis & Marc Chaput left a message on April 8, 2021:
Our deepest sympathy to Aunt Priscilla's family. She was a very special and caring lady and will be missed by many. Lovely picture and write up of your Mom. I did correspond with her after my Mom (Ursula) passed away and she was always positive and upbeat. She will always be in your heart and be in heaven watching over everyone. Love and Prayers to all of you.
Lauren Wyles left a message on April 8, 2021:
Grandma Haas was such an amazing woman who lived such a fascinating life! I always enjoyed hearing her stories. I am so thankful that I have many scarves and other knitted things to remember her by. I will be keeping everyone in my thoughts and prayers.
Dean Wyles left a message on April 8, 2021:
Since knowing Grandma Haas a light house looks very different to me now. Her amazing stories of her growing up in the wilds of Canada always intrigued and entertained me. She truly has had an adventurous life. Living in isolated area’s with few people and no travel access times of the year. Growing up in many places as a child with different guardians, running a large division of a factory and overseeing great numbers of staff members. She still drove later in life and worked hard to help those in need. She always looked out for those who had little. Working in thrift stores and making clothing for the under privileged. You are an amazing woman Grandma Haas we miss you already.
Rick & Diane (McDole) Troxel left a message on April 8, 2021:
We were so sorry to learn of Priscilla’s passing. We first met in Eastern Star years ago. Both she & Al were such sweet, kind people. Each year at Christmas we get out the hand knit nativity set she made us. She told us the wood stable was one of the last Al made before his death. This was such a precious gift we will always treasure. Rest In Peace.
Gail Tyson left a message on April 8, 2021:
So sorry to hear about your Mom, she and the rest of the family have been in my thoughts and prayers for weeks now. She was one strong lady, and will be missed.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Spitznagle Family left a message on April 8, 2021:
In memory of Priscilla Haas, Spitznagle Family lit a candle
Jim&Carolyn Solomon left a message on April 8, 2021:
So sorry to hear of Aunt Priscilla's passing.She always had some interesting stories to tell,and it was always a pleasure to be in her company.Im sure there is a great celebration going on in heaven with the rest of her siblings and family who went before her. Our sincerest condolences to all her family at this sad time. Jim and Carolyn Solomon
Karin Wyles left a message on April 8, 2021:
Grandma is an amazing woman who did not have an easy life growing up and then raising three kids on her own for a period of time. I never heard her complain though. She only talked about the good times/experiences she had. I've always been amazed at her memory, remembering details about her life as far back as grade school. I will miss her very much. She was always so entertaining when she visited us in Texas. I can just imagine when she first met Jesus she said "How do?"
Susan Herman Kappeler & Family left a message on April 8, 2021:
My thoughts and condolences go out to all of Aunt Priscilla's family and friends. Aunt Priscilla smiled often and left us with many enjoyable memories to hold on to. I enjoyed her visits to Ohio, and the many roads trips I've shared with her, heading up to Killarney. She taught Kinsey to knit like a pro, who is now re-teaching me the skill. And the lighthouse she gave me illuminates nightly at our home. One of my favorite memories, however, while on a road trip with her, was when she told me she only drives her age. She was 80 at the time! (And word on the street is ... she had a set of car keys well into her 90's! ) Glad you're safe, Aunt Priscilla. You'll be missed!
Peggy Burke & Brian Atyeo left a message on April 8, 2021:
Our sincere condolences to Aunt Pricilla's family. It was very special to have Aunt Pricilla a part of my life for so many years. I always admired her, for her presence of mind, her caring, and her sense of humour. I thought I would share a photo of Aunt Pricilla with her sisters in about 2007. And, on Easter Sunday she rose to heaven..... She left us with a lifetime of memories. 💝
Lorraine & George left a message on April 8, 2021:
Much of my experience of Aunt Priscilla has come through Mom and her siblings; memories, stories and times they spent together at the Solomon Sister Reunions and visits to Killarney. In that, I knew Aunt Priscilla as a person with deep affection and love of family. She often joined large family celebrations in Canada where she rekindled ties with many nieces and nephews who loved her dearly. I will always be grateful for her presence in my life. Love, prayers and deepest sympathy to my cousins and their families.
The Klapp Family left a message on April 7, 2021:
You were such a wonderful person. You’re in good hands now .
The Klapp Family left a message on April 7, 2021:
You were such a wonderful person. You’re in good hands now .
The Klapp Family left a message on April 7, 2021:
You were such a wonderful person. You’re in good hands now .
Mary Herman left a message on April 7, 2021:
My older sister, Priscilla, was not only a very talented sewer and knitter, but also an inspiration to me. I will miss her uplifting and optimistic personality. My deepest sympathy goes out to her children.
Barbara Trabel left a message on April 7, 2021:
Priscilla and I sat together in church. (Up until Covid!) She was a delight to talk with, and had lots of interesting stories to tell. She will be missed-but I'm sure she's an angel! Barbara
Michelle P. left a message on April 7, 2021:
I'm sorry to hear of her passing. I met her at Trinity and she taught me to knit.
Shirley March left a message on April 7, 2021:
Priscilla will be missed at Trinity. She was a sweet lady who is talented with her knitting. She was a great teacher to the future generations of knitters. Love to all of her family. Shirley March
Priscilla Solomon left a message on April 7, 2021:
Aunt Priscilla was a woman of deep faith, courage, creativity, wisdom and compassion. She was so caring toward me when I was in Chicago, visiting me and inviting me to her home. She loved fun. She was a great entertainer with her sisters Agnes and Mary whenever our families got together. They created and performed skits that kept everyone laughing. She was always eager to try something new. And she had a wonderful smile that she shared easily and readily. Aunt Priscilla, you take our love with you to your new home in heaven. Love and prayers, Priscilla
Brandon & Lizzie Allen left a message on April 6, 2021:
Great-Grandma Haas was a very special lady and we will always remember her fondly. Not only was she strong, witty, and incredibly talented, but she was a wonderful Euchre player, too! Our time together was a blessing. Keeping everyone in our thoughts and prayers.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Courtland & Lois Maple left a message on April 6, 2021:
Our condolences to family & friends. We first met Priscilla at our church, she was so talented in many crafts & contributed her skills making prayer shawls for her church Trinity Presbyterian Church Fort Wayne. Her presence has been missed during the Covid-19 crisis which has limited many from in person church & social activities. God Bless ✝️🙏
Patricia Churchill left a message on April 6, 2021:
My Aunt Pricilla was a true blessing and gift to me. I will miss all of our phone conversations and her hand written letters. Her letters was always so uplifting. She was a very fun loving person and a woman of great courage and faith. She made the BEST peanut brittle anywhere!! (It had to be said). My deepest sympathy and prayers go out to her entire family. with much Love Patsy (Patricia) and Honey (pup)
Marion Mackie left a message on April 6, 2021:
Dear Great Aunt Priscilla, you will be missed here in person but you will definitely be held in our hearts. I will always remember you as a sweet sweet lady with lots of energy and amazing stories. My great American Aunt with the beautiful skin and a true love of your Canadian roots. I am certain that heavens doors were wide open for you and a full welcome party of family and friends waiting for you. XO Marion
Soller-Baker Funeral Homes, Inc. left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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