Ethan Haas Mount Joy PA, Lancaster Mennonite High School Alum died at 21

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Ethan Haas Death – Ethan Haas, a resident of Mount Joy, Pennsylvania, and a Lancaster Mennonite High School Alumnus passed away unexpectedly at home on July 16th, 2023. He was 21 years old at the time of his death. He was announced dead on Sunday, July 23rd, by his former teacher through a social media publication that read “He had such a tender smile and such a musical laugh.” The circumstances surrounding his cause of death were not immediately made public.

Who was Ethan Haas?

Ethan Haas was born in Lancaster, he was the son of Jennifer Geiser Haas and J. Craig Haas. In Lancaster Mennonite High School, where he was a chess team champion and won second place in his division in the 2019 State Scholastic Chess Championship, Ethan graduated in 2020. Every year that Ethan played on the squad, the Lancaster Mennonite chess team took first place in the Lancaster-Lebanon league.

Ethan attended Trinity Lutheran Church in Mount Joy regularly. Ethan was a second-year Penn State Harrisburg student pursuing a bachelor’s in computer engineering. He enjoyed creating computers from the ground up as well as coming up with techniques to enhance the performance of his and others’ computers. Ethan was a devoted and devoted employee of Subway who was well-recognized for his great sandwiches, smiles, and friendliness toward both coworkers and customers.

Ethan was musically inclined. He could play easy melodies on the piano from memory as young as five years old. In his spare time, Ethan like to play video games and watch his favorite TV shows, such as “The Office.” Ethan eagerly anticipated his family’s annual trips to Chincoteague Island. He showered Pudge, the family dog, with love. His brother Noah Haas and sister Lydia Haas adored and appreciated him.

Ethan Haas’ obituary and funeral arrangements

A celebration of Ethan’s life will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church, Mount Joy, 47 W. Main St. Mount Joy, PA 17552 on Tuesday, July 25. The family will receive visitors at 10 am followed by a funeral service at 11 am. A lunch reception will immediately follow the service.

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