Redlin Funeral Home

Nancy L. Haskins , Age 78

March 11, 1942 --November 14, 2020

On Saturday, November 14, 2020 Nancy Lee Haskins was called home to be with her Lord and Savior while surrounded by the love of her family at home.

Nancy Lee Lyon was born on March 11, 1942 in Baraboo Wisconsin. Nancy was a true Angel (Messenger) here on earth, forming numerous youth groups, youth ministries, and biblical teachings. Nancy made sure our youth knew of God and her many lessons assured that children of all ages were wrapped in the arms of Jesus Christ.

Nancy was a Pastors wife. She was united in marriage to William W. Haskins on November 19, 1960. Their love for each other through all the challenges, obstacles, and treasures God put before them not only strengthened their love, but their faith as well. God has a plan, Nancy never questioned that.

Nancy grew up in Lyons (West Baraboo), the daughter of Earl and Madalynne Lyon. Her many stories of helping on her grandparents, Roland and Selma LaMars farm, helped form her love of animals and hard work ethics.

Nancy was such an inspiration to all who knew her. She was an avid cheerleader with such a zest for life. Nancy worked numerous jobs while their ministerial duties sent them to many states to preach the word of God. She was most proud of raising her three children and her youth ministries. Nancy found the good in everything and everyone. Nancy belonged to the Church of God in West Baraboo, Wisconsin.

She was a loving mother of three children. Dale (Shawn) Haskins, Baraboo, Tamara (James) Mooney, Lawton, Oklahoma, and Kirby (Jaimy) Haskins, Martinsville, Indiana.

Nothing could make her eyes light up more than seeing her grandchildren. She was always so proud and amused by each and every one. She always made herself available to be involved with them in any way possible. Her blessings are Dale R Haskins Jr., Lindsay Haskins, Joshua Skilondz, Mick Mooney, Chantalle Mooney, Summer Mooney, Autumn Mooney, Ryan Haskins, Kyle Haskins, and Riley Haskins.

Nancy was preceded in death by her parents, Earl and Madalynne Lyon.

Nancy is survived by her husband William, children, grandchildren, sister Janice Newell, Colorado, brother Steve Lyon, Pennsylvania, and many other family members along with her church families.

Nancy will be missed for her kindness, smile, generosity, honesty, inspirations, and for her love of life. She touched so many peoples lives, taking great appreciation with whom she came in contact.

Private graveside services are being provided by Redlin Funeral Home. An In Memoriam will be scheduled at a later date. All condolences, and notes of how Nancy touched your life, may be mailed to William W. Haskins @ P.O. Box 401, Baraboo Wisconsin, 53913.


Beau Lane Alderman November 18, 2020

Friend New Glarus , Wisconsin

The is a beautiful tribute to Nancy. Growing up in the Church of God, Nancy was such a wonderful inspiration to me. She was always so kind to my family!! She will be missed!! Rest in Peace Nancy in the arms of our Lord!! You are home again!!

Dyanna Roper November 18, 2020

Niece Tulsa , Oklahoma

Aunt Nancy was such a special person. Cathy and I remember going to visit her after school when they lived on Island Court. It was such a pleasure to spend time with her. She was always so welcoming and wanted to visit with us. Every time I've come to visit, I felt so welcomed by Aunt Nancy. She was such a gracious and loving aunt. I will miss her smile and loving touch. So happy I was able to visit with her one last time in June. Uncle Bill - my heartfelt condolences to you. Aunt Nancy was so special and I know you will miss her so much. Keep looking to the Lord for comfort as he is the shepherd that leads and guides us. I love you very much.

JoAnn Lane November 18, 2020

family Lone Rock , Wisconsin

Never I met a more beautiful human being than Nancy and her husband, Bill. An example of how to be a true Christian. May the angels be joyous on your arrival.