Condolences for Henry C. Hassler

David Wiegand posted on 6/15/18

My friend Harry Hassler fought the good fight and kept the faith . He served his Lord and Savior and others with distinction as an officer of the law, police chaplain, Vice-President of the Railroad Evangelistic Association and family man. He has received the the crown of righteousness reserved for him and all those who await Christ's coming (2 Timothy 4:7-8). End of watch my Christian bother and fellow railroader.

 

 

Marie Hassler posted on 6/15/18

I knew Uncle Harry as a very kind and gracious man. I loved how he lived his life for God, his family and his country. I loved listening to his great stories, to his wisdom and humor! I loved being around Uncle Harry and Aunt Barbara, I loved to see their relationship and the relationship with Bill, John, Scott and Debbie and their families. He was the best of the best! I love you guys, you are in my thoughts and prayers, always!

 

patricia considine posted on 6/15/18

You were always so pleasant and courteous and my family and I are happy knowing that you will be looking at us from up above.

 

Elena Alicea posted on 6/15/18

"I bet you are finally home Running down those streets of gold The kind of peace you can't explain Looking into Jesus's face" We love you and miss you very much , amazing man of God Elena, Josh and Olivia Alicea

 

Kevin Molloy posted on 6/15/18

How awesome it must have been when he heard Jesus say “well done good and faithful servent”. I will miss him greatly but know I will talk with him again.

 

Diane Vohrer posted on 6/15/18

My heartfelt condolences to Barbara and family. Harry was a mighty man of God and a true humble servant.

 

Anna Christensen posted on 6/15/18

Bro Hassler...The Best of The Best...A Giant of a Man...A Life Well-Lived...A Legacy Follows Him into Eternity with His Lord and Savior JESUS CHRIST!!!

 

Elias Fernandez posted on 6/14/18

A very well loved man and will be greatly missed. Thank you Mr. Hassler. A true railroad policeman.

 

Bryan Hassler posted on 6/14/18

He was a great uncle and my Godfather!

 

Ben Pepitone posted on 6/14/18

I had the privilege of working with your dad on the real police TPD and I can only say he was a good man and firm in his believes. He will be Missed.Sorry for our loss.

 

Alan Harkey posted on 6/14/18

Harry and I became friends through the Railroad Evangelistic Association. He loved the Lord our God with all his heart, soul mind and strength; and others more than himself. Harry, I'll miss you. I'll miss the fellowship we shared at REA conventions, our phone conversations and especially the times we spent in prayer together. Enjoy being in the presence of Jesus! And remember my brother, I'll be looking for you one day just inside the Eastern Gate.

 

Frank and Donna Fowler posted on 6/13/18

Love and prayers to Barbara and the Hassler family. May the God of all comfort carry you through this time. Blessed are those who mourn for they shall be comforted. You have been generous, kind, and compassionate to our family.

 

Kenny Drayton posted on 6/13/18

I consider Harry a true friend and a wonderful supervisor. My heartfelt wish to his wife and other family members. May God bless and strengthen each of you each and every day. I will always remember the wonderful time we spent together on a previous Transit Police cruise.

 

John A. Curtin (Ptl) posted on 6/13/18

Harry didn't have an enemy in the world or a mean bone in his body. I had the pleasure of working with him in Dist. 4 in the late '70s, when he was a sergeant, and he always provided kind assistance and very capable leadership to the men in his charge. Last year, I exchanger a few emails and letters with Harry in connection with his arranging for me to receive the Golden Spike Award. May our beloved friend Harry Hassler enjoy his eternal reward in the glory of heaver.

 

Bill Hall posted on 6/13/18

Worked with Harry in D1 and many times when assigned to the rubber gun squad (O/U). He represented the best with his integrity, humility, and courage.

 

maria pfirman posted on 6/13/18

Well done good and faithful servant

 

Ken Michel posted on 6/13/18

Worked with Harry in the O/U.One of the best supervisors I ever had ON THE JOB.Rest in peace my friend Ken Michel

 

 

Winnie Attanasio posted on 6/13/18

Rest In Peace Harry. Well done my good and faithful servant

 

Charles & Laura Twombly posted on 6/13/18

Our condolences and prayers to Barbara and the entire family. Harry was a blessing to our family. He was a faithful servant of the Lord Jesus Christ.

 

herb eichenholz posted on 6/13/18

he will be missed a real fine person, may he rest in peace.

 

Chief Chip Greiner posted on 6/13/18

I am saddened to learn of Harry's passing. We last spoke about a year ago. We have been friends for over 30 years. May he Rest In Peace and may his family have continue to have God's blessing. Chip

 

Victor Annaloro posted on 6/13/18

I am deeply sorry to hear this. I knew and worked with Harry for most of my 20yrs in the NYCTPD. Dist. 1, 4 and the OU. He was a wonderful man, officer and supervisor. May God Love and Keep him.

 

Richard A Saunders posted on 6/13/18

May Harry "the hat" rest in peace he was a good supervisor. My condolences to the family. Richard A Saunders D-4 Retired

 

Stan White posted on 6/13/18

May Harry rest in peace He was a kind and gentle man with great intellect.Always caring about his fellow man and especially his fellow police officers.

 

Laura Goebel posted on 6/13/18

Missing you Harry!