Donald C Hasler
- This eternal flame burns forever -
- in remembrance of Donald C Hasler -
Donald went to meet our Lord
December 27, 2008
Donald C. (Don) Hasler, 85, of Little Rock, died peacefully the morning of
December 27, 2009 at Baptist Hospital. He was born March 4, 1924 in
Guthrie, Oklahoma to the late Charlie Carl and Esther Sizemore Hasler.
He was preceded in death by his wife Alyce Elizabeth Dowd Hasler.
He graduated Guthrie High in 1943 and attended Oklahoma University
until entering the service in 1944. He entered basic training at Vance
Air force Base and acquired his flight wings in Victoria, Texas. He left the
service with the rank of First Lieutenant.
Don retired from Nabisco Brands Inc. in 1989 after 42 years of service.
He was a charter member of Christ the King Catholic Church, a member
of the Men's Club, Knights of Columbus, Boy Scouts of America and
Amateur Radio Operator. Don and his wife Alyce were members of
The Good Sam Club, Rock City Sams chapter
He is survived by his five children, Dennis Hasler and wife Christine,
Teresa (Tere) Hasler Arbogast, Mike Hasler, Mitch Hasler and wife Angela,
Donita (Dee Dee) Hasler Wehmer and husband Bill all of the Little Rock area;
10 grandchildren, Eric, Evan, Kelley, Allison, Emily, Daniel, Cole, and Lindsey
Hasler, John Wehmer and Sean Arbogast all of the Little Rock area; a sister,
Moya Jean Hasler Carney and husband Jim of Mount Pleasant, Texas; and one
surviving aunt, Wanda Sizemore Shepard of Midwest City, Oklahoma.
A Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, December 30 at
Christ the King Catholic Church in Little Rock.
Visitation will immediately follow the Rosary at approximately 8:15.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, December 31 at
Christ the King with burial to follow at Forest Hills Memorial Park.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to American Cancer Society or
the American Diabetes Association. Arrangements by Ruebel Funeral Home.
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Dedicated to Donald C Hasler!
Though He's gone, He is not forgotten.
Though absent, He remains in spirit.
Though once a worker,He now rest.
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