Obituaries

William A. Haskell

Died: 2014-08-18
Resided in: Danvers, MA
Viewing type: Visitation
Viewing location: Mackey FH
Viewing date: 2014-08-22 10am-noon
Service type: Service
Service date: 2014-08-22 Noon
Service location: Mackey Funeral Home
Burial type: Burial
Burial date: 2014-08-22
Cemetery: Walnut Grove Danvers MA
Contributions: see Obit
Obituary:  

William “Bill” Allen Haskell age 87, of Danvers, died peacefully at Beverly hospital on August 18, 2014 surrounded by his loving family. Bill was born in Beverly on May 4, 1927, the son of Francis and Mildred (Parker) Haskell. He graduated Beverly High School then was drafted into the U.S Army to become a World War II veteran.

At the end of his military career he was employed by AC Lawrence Leather then moved on to Salem Suede from which he retired. Later, Bill worked as a bus monitor for special needs children. Bill’s passions were spending time with family, tending to his lovely garden that included hosta and plenty of tomatoes, smoking cigars, and going on weekly outings with his wife.

In addition to his beloved wife Sharon Ann (Winston) Haskell with whom he shared 47 wonderful years of marriage, he is survived by his children Kristen Haskell, Bradley Haskell, his daughter-in-law Sandi Haskell, his grandchildren Michael Spiewak, Casey Haskell, Christopher Walfield, Phillip Walfield, and Kendra Walfield, his two great granddaughters, his brother Norman Haskell, his sister Sharon Ballentine, and many loving nieces and nephews. The brother of the late Robert Haskell, Frank Haskell, Donald Haskell, and Bettyjean Pelletier. ARRANGEMENTS: 10-12noon visitation on Friday 12 noon Service. Please join us for a celebration of Bill’s life after the services at 6 Richartson Rd, Peabody MA 01960. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to the New England Hemophilia Association, located on 347 Washington St., Dedham MA 02026.

online condolences below:

Our deepest sympathies...May your memories keep you strong. Rick and Brenda
I'm' so sorry to the Haskell family for their loss, I had the pleasure of growing up a house down from the Haskell's and spending quality time at their house and getting to know Ma and Dad. My fondest memories was when Mr H would watch Jepordy he would know every answer to ALL the questions! He was a very smart man and loved by all. I know his passion was gardening, smoking cigars but most of all spending precious time with his family. He will be forever missed with loving memories he left behind. Love, Michael Di Vito and Family
I am shocked by the loss of my Uncle "Willie". He was truly a great guy and will forever be in my heart! He is an Angel that will be with his family for eternity! Kim P.
To Brad, Sandi and family, our deepest sympathies on the loss of your father. May your love and memories give you peace. Thinking of you during this difficult time... Diane and Erin Rubchinuk
To the Haskell family, I'm so sorry to hear of your loss and my love and prayers are with all of you during this very difficult time. Sharon and Kristen, stay strong and know that your Book Club Girls are with you always! Love, Julie
Sharon and Kristen, I am so sorry to hear of your loss, what a shock! You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers, my deepest sympathy to you.. May you take comfort in being surrounding by loving family and friends and wonderful memories. Love, Gail LaPointe
To Sharon and Kristen, "We see Good with the Heart. The Essential is Invisible to the eye." From the classic: The Little Prince From the girls at book club, we send you LOVE.
Dear Brad, Sandi and family, please accept our heartfelt sympathy in the loss of your dad. We were away on vacation when we heard the sad news. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. May wonderful memories sustain you. I am adding a favorite quote of mine written by Helen Keller... "What we once enjoyed and deeply loved we can ever lose, for all that we love deeply becomes a part of us." May God bring you comfort and peace. Love, Mr. & Mrs. Perrino

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