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Memorial for Mildred I. Haas

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Graveside: Private Service

October 11, 1918 – December 4, 2018

“Mimi” died at home of natural causes surrounded by her loving family during her last few days: daughter Caroline Haas of Redwood City, son Louis Haas and daughter-in-law Cheryl of San Francisco, granddaughter Heather Trevisan and grandson-in-law Pete Trevisan of San Francisco, grandson Adam Fee of Redwood City, grandson Nate Haas and granddaughter-in-law Katie Haas of San Francisco, and grandson Ben Haas of Squaw Valley. Mimi was predeceased by her loving husband William (“Bill”), her parents, Sam and Frances Kantrow, and sister, Elsie Heiman. Mimi lived a full life---while devoted first to her family, she was also a retired school psychologist for the Las Lomitas School District in Menlo Park (MA in School Psychology from SFSU), active in Democratic politics, the first Jewish woman to be elected to the board of trustees of the San Mateo County Union High School District, a chaplain volunteer at Mills-Peninsula Hospital working with professional clergy and community volunteers, and along with Bill one of the founding families of Peninsula Temple Sholom in Burlingame.