Rosemary Sprenger Haase, 86, passed away peacefully on May 8, 2021 at TrustBridge Hospice located in Boca Raton, Florida.
On January 25, 1935, Rosemary (Rosemarie) Sprenger was born in the town of Triesen located in the Principality of Liechtenstein to Alois and Melanie Sprenger. She grew up in a large Catholic agrarian family of nine brothers and sisters.
When Rosemary finished her primary schooling and reached her early twenties, she was given the opportunity to immigrate to the United States to work as a nanny for one of her relatives already living in the U.S. She first arrived in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in the early 1950's, and after being a nanny, soon went on to work numerous jobs from lab assistant to filing clerk. While working at an insurance company, Rosemary met Peter Haase. Peter and Rosemary fell in love and had a long courtship before becoming married on October 10, 1964.
After living several years in Milwaukee, Rosemary and Peter relocated to Merritt Island, Florida in 1968 where Peter was offered a job to work for IBM at NASA. Rosemary handled homemaker responsibilities while Peter worked. In Florida they had their first son, Yorck, in 1970 before later being relocated to Lexington, Kentucky where they had their second son, Nicholas, in 1973. Rosemary and Peter missed Florida so when given the opportunity to relocate, in 1982 they moved to Boca Raton, Florida where they lived for the next 40 years.
Rosemary will be deeply missed by many friends and family. Her unconditional love, kindness, compassion, sense of humor, generosity, and deep sense of caring for everyone she encountered left a lasting impression on the many lives she touched.
Rosemary is survived by her two sons Yorck Peter Haase (50), Nicholas Immanuel Haase (47), and her daughter-in-law Tatiana Ivanovna Haase (46) married to Yorck. Rosemary also has two grandchildren from Yorck and Tatiana Haase; Alexandra Tatiana Haase (11) and Sophia Rosemary Haase (9). Rosemary has been a member of the congregation at St. Paul Lutheran Church located in Boca Raton, Florida since 1982.
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