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John Hasart-510
John Frederick Hasart-510
B. 31 Dec 1896
Idalia, Colorado 
D. 25 Aug 1986
Burlington, Colorado 

 

Children
1. Leota May HASART-520
2. Della Ann HASART-Adolf-521
   
 Notes:
Burial Place:
Fairview Cemetery
Burlington, Colorado

Archive File:
Family History- John & Anna (Adolf) Hasart
Family History-John & Edith Hasart
  

Time Line:


 

Pedigree Chart
Grandfather
Unknown
Jacob Christian HASART, Sr.-508
B. 2 Nov 1865
Lichenthal, Bessarabia, South Russia
D. 1 Oct 1948
Burlington, Colorado
Father
Unknown
John Hasart-510
B. 31 Dec 1896
Idalia, Colorado 
D. 25 Aug 1986
Burlington, Colorado
Grandmother
Grandfather
         Mother
Unknown
Magdelena WEISSHAAR-509
B. 29 Sep 1867
Lichenthal, Bessarabia, South Russia
D. 7 May 1943
Unknown
Grandmother
Spouse
Married:  20 Mar 1920
 [Cert# 1224]
Bethune, Colorado
Other Spouse
Married 17 Apr 1938
[Cert# 392]
Burlington, Colorado
Anna ADOLF-449
B. 10 Aug 1900
Settlement, Bethune, Colorado
D. 10 Sep 1930
Burlington, Colorado
Edith Powers
 

Obituary

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John Fredrich Hasart -1986

      Final rites for John Fredrich Hasart were Wednesday, Aug. 27, 1986, at 10 a.m. in the church of God in Stratton with the Rev. Donald L. Bloomer officiating. Organist was Kathy Pickard and singers were Linn Pickard and the congregation. Song selections included: "When the Roll is Called Up Yonder", "Take My Hand Precious Lord", and "Going Down the Valley".  Casket bearers were Lonnie Spurlin, Ted Spurlin, Andy Hartzmann, Dean Spurlin, Doren Spurlin and Mark Pugh; honorary casket bearers, Gene Clark, Wendell Arnold, Theo Borden, Bill Cure, Kenneth Scheierman and Ben Davis.  Burial was in Fairview Cemetery in Burlington, with Hendricks Mortuary in charge of arrangements.
      The second son born to Jacob and Magtelena Hasart, Dec. 31, 1896, at Idalia, John passed away Aug. 25, 1986, at the Hi-Plains Health Center in Burlington at the age of 89 years, 7 months and 25 days.  He attended school at Idalia for three years, then the family moved to Elkhart, Kan., in 1903 following the death of his older brother Tobias. Here John completed his education through the eighth grade. He began working for the neighbors, then in 1915 moved to Sterling, where he worked for his cousin. In 1916 he came to the Stratton vicinity where he bought his first piece of land through the encouragement of a friend. This became his home until 1963, when John and his wife Edith retired and moved to Stratton. March 20, 1920, he was married to Anna Adolf and to this union two daughters were born, Leota May and Della Ann. Anna passed away in September of 1930. John and Leota made a home together until Leota married in March of 1938 and his marriage to Edith Powers on April 17, 1938. Della was cared for by her aunt and uncle, A.W. and Mary Adolf.
      John was baptized into the Immanuel Lutheran Church and was a member until his marriage to Edith, when he became a part of the fellowship at the Church of God. He enjoyed sports and participated in them when younger. He liked to watch things grow and would check their growth every day. He enjoyed farming with horses and later tractors. He loved caring for his horses and cattle. After retiring, he cared for the Church lawn as long as he was able. He enjoyed his family and was especially proud of his great-great-grandchildren.
      He leaves to mourn his passing, wife Edith of the home; daughter Della and Robert Pugh of Aurora; six grandchildren, Drusillia Wood and Bill of Vona, Catherine Hartzmann and Wayne of Stratton, Bunnie Chartier and Walt of Fort Lupton, Debbie Webb and John of Aurora, Mark Pugh and Cheryl of Loveland, John Pugh and Nancy of Wrenorrobin, Ga.; eight great-grandchildren, Lonnie Spurlin and Denise, Vean Spurlin and Rochelle and Anna and Andy Hartzmann, all of Stratton, Ted Spurlin of Kirk, Doren Spurlin and Peggy Spurlin of Vona and Niki Chartier of Ft. Lupton; great-great-grandchildren Eric and Sonya Spurlin of Stratton; and a host of friends and relatives.     Preceding him in death were his wife Anna, his parents, brothers Tobias and Jacob Jr., sister Lena Kirby and daughter Leota Mitchem.

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