He is survived by his wife, Linda; children, Melissa (Brad) Modjeski and Jason (Marie) Passow, grandchildren, Violet, Faith, and one on the way; mother, Beverly Haney; siblings, Sheryl (John) Ozmun, Sue (Erich) Gilow, John (Barb) Haney, Dan (Jessica) Haney, Melissa (Pete) Abbott, and Phillip Haney; many nieces and nephews; and his dog, Daisy. A celebration of life ceremony will be held at p.m., Friday, March 10, 2017 at Hoff Celebration of Life Center, Goodview, with Funeral Celebrant, Dianne Rislow officiating.
Visitation will be from until the time of service, Friday at the funeral home.
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