Dalton E. Haas 29 of Rochester died unexpectedly on Friday, June 17, 2022, while fishing in Northern, MN. Dalton Emanuel Haas was born October 29,1992 in Rochester, MN to Marvin and Kathleen (Kangas) Haas. Dalton graduated from John Marshall High School in 2011, and attended RCTC where he played football, he then went on to play Lacrosse at Winona State College graduating with a degree in Criminal Justice in 2015. Dalton accepted a job at the Federal Prison in Rochester, where he was currently employed. Dalton loved the outdoors, playing hockey, softball, fishing, and hunting. We will miss his gentle personality. His infectious smile and laughter. He will always be in our hearts.
Dalton is survived by his mother, Kathleen Haas of Rochester; his brothers, Marvin III (Casandra Atkinson) of Westfield, WI, Kyle (Kristin) Haas of Rochester; significant other Kjerstin Booth and soon to be daughter, Ava of Rochester; daughter, Atleigh Haas of Rochester; aunts; uncles, and cousins. He was preceded in death by his father Marvin Jr., and an infant brother, Travis.
Mass of Christian burial will be Thursday, June 23, 2022, at 1:00 PM at Pax Christi Catholic Church 4135 18th Ave NW, visitation will be held one hour prior to services at the church. Burial will be at Oakwood Cemetery. Ranfranz and Vine Funeral Home is honored to be serving the Haas family. To share a special memory or condolence, please visit www.ranfranzvinefh.com
Rochester, MN 55901
Rochester, MN 55901
We just recently heard the news regarding Dalton and are sending much love to you and the family. He was a wonderful young man.
David & Teresa Duncan
In loving memory of Dalton Haas,
My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends as they cope with this unimaginable loss.
With deepest sympathies.
Dr. Dionne Hart
I can not begin to imagine what your family is going through at this time. My heart aches for Dalton and all his family. Many many prayers to Dalton and his family. What a great soul and personality. I got the pleasure of working with this gentle soul Senior officer at FMC. I'm a nurse and worked a few morning shifts with Dalton. Great guy and will be missed.
I had the absolute pleasure of meeting Dalton during his internship at Wabasha County Sheriffs Office. He road with me for several shifts and hours. He was a joy to get to know and spend time with. He made having an intern with you fun! We became friends during that time. After his internship he came to join our Friday nigh softball team in Elgin. I was the only one who knew him but in very short time he was known and loved by the entire team. He was also so calm, collected, and polite. He was easily one of the people you tried to imitate when it came to kindness and trying to be a better person towards others. He will be greatly missed by everyone that had contact with him.
I know there are no words that can be said or expressed to make the pain go away. Our family is so sorry for your loss of Dalton. All of your family and friends have our deepest condolences and are in our families thoughts prayers.
My thoughts and prayers are with you in this very difficult time of loss. I am deeply sorry.
Miss you so much buddy
Miss you so much buddy
We are so very sorry for your loss of Dalton. Sending caring thoughts and prayers to your family. Our deepest sympathy, Steve and Diane Hebel
Kathleen and family, We are so very sorry for your loss of Dalton. We have many fond memories watching him grow up at the river. He would always stop over to our patio with his big smile and say "hi, how are you guys today"? You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
With our Sympathy,
Ralph & Launie Smith
Always a smile on his face and a great work attitude. I remember our short chats at the Carwash back in the day and of course, pulling a few shifts together when I had the pleasure of doing OT with him. A great family who has been through a lot. So very sorry for the loss of Dalton. Hang in there.
So sorry to hear about your brother Kyle. Very sorry for your loss.
Words fall short in expressing the grief experienced by those who came to know Dalton. He was a man of positive energy and uplifting greetings. He always had a smile to brighten even the darkest day. He was polite to me and to everyone that he met. My prayer is that we learn from his example, that you are consoled by God’s mercy and presence, and that those most needed will come along side with you. My deepest condolences to the family.
It’s hard to find words that express my deepest sympathy. Dalton will be greatly missed by all of his brothers and sisters that he worked along side at FMC. Sending many prayers and my deepest sympathy.
Dalton, thank you for all that you did for me while in MN. Our conversations after practice and a quick ride down to the apt. Will forever be impactful. You made my 8 months in Rochester livable my brotha. You will be missed much love and respect 🙏🏾 #Flyhigh 🕊
My deepest sympathies to you and your family. God bless you and your family.
I am at lost for words for the loss of such an amazing gentle soul who was a ray of sunshine. Rest easy my friend. You will truly be missed. Praying for peace and strength for everyone!
Words cannot express. So sorry for everyone’s loss. He was such an outgoing, bright personality. Love to all family and friends
Words cannot describe how sorry I am to hear of this news. Please know you are all in my thoughts and prayers! If there is anything any of you need please do not hesitate to reach out. Hugs to all of you.
Beyond sad news. Prayers and love to the Haas family. Dalton was a great friend and even better human being. He will be missed for many reasons, but I will miss him greatly for the truly kind and positive person he was and the outgoing personality he had. Love to you all. Bitz
Words can't describe how sorry we are for your loss. Just know your family are in our thoughts and prayers. We hope you are surrounded by much love. ❤️
With deepest sympathies, The Gronseth's.