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Teresa Hasay

Teresa Ames Hasay

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Teresa Hasay Teresa Hasay, a devoted wife, loving mother and resident of Arroyo Grande Calif., passed away in her home on November 4, 2016, at the age of 56. Teresa was born in August of 1960, in Poole, Dorset England, to Maureen and Ken Ames. She graduated from high school at Queen Elizabeth's School before accepting a job with Barclays Bank. This, as fate would have it, brought her over to the United States where she met the love of her life, Joe Hasay. In 1989 Joe and Teresa were married and welcomed two children, Jordan and Jedd. Teresa and Joe came to reside in Arroyo Grande, Calif., where her beloved husband owns his own business, United Paradyne Corporation, specializing in aerospace services. Their great love was truly a reflection of the bond they shared and will continue to share even in death. Teresa dedicated her entire life to her family. She spent every moment encouraging and joyfully sharing in her families many pursuits. She enjoyed her daily routine of exercise, running six miles every day up until her very last moments of life. She could often be found swimming at Kennedy Club Fitness or walking the Bob Jones trail with Joe. She was a deeply spiritual lady, attending mass at St. Patrick's Church and raising her children with an unwavering faith and hope in Christ Jesus. As such, her children attended St Patrick's Catholic Elementary School and Mission College Preparatory Catholic High School. Her daughter Jordan, now age 25, went onto the University of Oregon where she ran track and completed a degree in business administration. Jordan now runs professionally for NIKE and competed in the past three Olympic Track and Field Trials and has represented the United States in the World Track and Field Championships. Jordan first began running from her mother's inspiration and up until the day she passed the two were inseparable, the best of friends. Her son Jedd, age 23, graduated in 2016 with a degree from Cal Poly University. He is now pursuing his real estate license. Taking after his mom's love for activity, he is also an avid surfer and competitive stand up paddle-boarder for Infinity SUP. Teresa is survived by her husband Joe Hasay; their children Jordan and Jedd; her mother Maureen Ames; her sisters Sue Hall and Ali Meyer; and her brother Trevor Ames; along with numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins whom she loved dearly. She is preceded in death by her father Ken Ames. Teresa was never seen without a smile on her face. Anyone who knew her would recall her constant joy and pride in her home and family. Although this tragedy is extremely difficult, her family and friends find solace in knowing she would want nothing more than for them to be happy and continue living and loving by her example and legacy. We are grateful that she is now at peace with God and look forward to the day in which we will all meet again. A memorial service is scheduled for 11:00am, on December 2, 2016, at St Patrick's Church in Arroyo Grande Calif. In lieu of flowers, please take a minute or two today, as Teresa unfailing did every single day, to tell your friends and families how much you love them and thank the Lord for the precious gift of life. Sign her guestbook at
Published in San Luis Obispo Tribune on Nov. 12, 2016
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