October 1, 1981 ~ March 25, 2020

Born in: Santa Clara, California
Resided in: San Jose, California

William Steven Haas, known as Billy, was born in Santa Clara, CA on the afternoon of October 1st, 1981 and passed away unexpectedly on March 25, 2020. He was 38 years old.

Billy grew up in Fremont, CA and attended schools in the Irvington District. He was working as a Certification Specialist in the Biomedical industry. He resided in San Jose, CA.

Billy was loved by his family and friends. He was known for his humor, kindness, and generosity towards others, especially his kids and children in general. He loved fishing and excelled at sports. Most memorable was when he was 11 and, as a pitcher of his team (The Giants) in little league, his team was undefeated all season. Billy had a passion for gardening and was known for his green thumb.

Billy is survived by his wife, Suzie and their three children, Kayleen, Cody, and Dylan of San Jose, CA, his parents, Bill Haas of Newark, CA, Kathleen Wright Strugelmeyer of Roseburg, OR, his step-mother Rosalba Haas of Newark, CA, his sisters Michelle Haas of Modesto, CA, Christina Haas of Newark, CA, Andrea Willson of Newark, CA and his step-brothers Freddie Gonzalez of Tracy, CA, Danny Padron of Frisco, TX and Francisco Padron of Fresno, CA. He is also survived by his in-laws, numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins to whom he was very close. Billy is proceeded in death by his brother Jeffrey Haas and sister Rebecca Haas.

Funeral Arrangements are being handled by Berge Pappas Smith Chapel of the Angels, in Fremont, CA. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the services will be limited to immediate family and is closed to the public. A “Celebration of Life” service will be announced after the pandemic is over for the family and friends to attend as a group.

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  1. CandleBilly, you were a great dad to my great grandkids Kayleen, Cody, and Dylan, and a wonderful husband to my grand daughter Suzie . Going to really miss you.

  2. Bill, you were a great dad to my greatgranchildren Kayleen, Cody, and Dylan, and you were a wonderful husband to my grand daughter Suzie. Really going to miss you.

  3. CandleWe are saddened by your passing, Billy. You were a great dad to your kids and the perfect compliment to Suzie. We will all miss you. Rest In Peace.

  4. CandleDidn’t know Billy that well, but I worked with Suzie years ago. My heart breaks for her. God please give her strength and courage to get through this difficult time.

  5. CandleDear Son in law, Bilico

    Bilico, what such a loss that ur gone too soon and things definitely wont be the same without you being around because you know you are fondly loved by us and MANY. You will be cherished remembering for who you were. Your such a loyal husband to my daughter Suzie, an amazing and loving father to our three precious grandkids, Kayleen, Cody and Dylan, a perfectly caring son in law to me and Joe, a cool brother/ brother in law and an incredibly heartwarming champ uncle to nieces and nephews which we were truly blessed to witness you as a great and fine guy. You will be SORELY missed by us and MANY.
    We love you, Bilico!
    Yours at peace,
    Tamera & Joe Doody

  6. I can see his character- For example, he stays with my daughter, Suzie in going and down life. He takes care of his darlings you and kids while Suzie was very busy with her school or job. His characters show loyalty, playing and humors. His kids never forgot what he did do for Suzie and his kids. Glad all of you have many good things about his life in your life. He did do best for Suzie and his kids.

  7. Billy , I love you ! Me and Leslie will miss you so much. Thank you for always being that caring loving cousin. I always admired you for the family man you were. You and Suzie made it happen no matter what obstacles stood in your way. Summers won’t be as warm nor as fun … thanksgiving won’t be as lit up … nothing will be the same… my heart is broken. Catch you in the flip side cousin♥️

  8. CandleBill also know as “old man Bill“ at AABC got his name from that deep commanding voice and the wisdom plus knowledge he personified. One thing that stuck out is that he was always able to speak from his heart and let you know what’s his mind even if it offends some people. He was able to Express himself truly.He has a big Loving heart; always sticking up for the picked on and voicing for those that are unheard. A go getter and resilient person, Bill was a leader, able to overcome anything at work, and a team player. His work speaks for itself and anyone would love working with him. Skillful and a quick learner, He knew how to get it safely done in a timely manner. You’re a world of knowledge and you’re one of the encyclopedias thats gone forever and only the creator can read. The day you left was the day an angel came back to GOD.

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