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In Loving Memory

Haddock, Denise Marie (nee Cissi)

Denise Marie Haddock (nee Cissi) was born on January 23, 1951 to Alex and Marie (nee Pisani) Cissi in St. Louis, MO and was Baptized into the hope of Christ’s Resurrection on Friday, February 16 at the age of 73.

Loving wife of 51 years to Raymond Haddock. Dear mother of Brian (Lori) Haddock, Amy (Steven) Abeln, and Michele (Matthew) Oswald. Loving grandmother of Braydon and Blake Haddock, Maria, Andrew, and Sophia Abeln, and Hannah and Hailey Oswald. Dear sister of Michael (the late Jayne) Cissi, Alex (Mary) Cissi, Diane (Jim) Mounts, Susan (Jim) Tesson, the late Robert Cissi, David (Terri) Cissi, and Thomas Cissi. Dear sister-in-law of Jennifer Cissi; Our dear aunt, godmother, niece, cousin, and friend to many.

Denise loved her family fiercely. Above all, they were her everything. She will be fondly remembered for baking her famous brownies and chocolate chip cookies! Her joy in life was watching and cheering on her grandchildren at their school and sporting events.

SERVICES: A funeral from Kutis South County 9:00am for 10:00am Mass at St. Ambrose Catholic Church 5130 Wilson Ave on Thursday, February 22. VISITATION will be at the Kutis South County Chapel 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd on Wednesday, February 21 from 4:00-8:00 pm. Interment at Resurrection Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in her honor can be made to a charity of your choice.

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14 thoughts on “Haddock, Denise Marie (nee Cissi)”

  1. Denise, your Love ❤️ and devotion to Family and Friends was seen in your every smile. The stories we heard of Your ‘Grandma shuttle van’ and your loving FB posts will be dearly missed.

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  2. Our hearts are broken. We have all lost a kind, caring, beautiful person. Den wants her to send him a gooey butter cake from Heaven! Me? We could talk at brunch for three hours, drive home, and sit in car talking for another hour. Hoping God puts her in Kitchen Bakery. She will be the head chef, loved by all. Denise will live on in spirit by all her loved ones….

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  3. Denise was an anchor to her whole family. We always noticed that wherever she settled at a family gathering that is where you would see the most people. We will miss her very much. With love, Jane and Bruce Robert

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  4. I am saddened to hear this news. I always look forward seeing her at a soccer, basketball, volleyball or baseball game. I know she loved her family. I will miss you not being at a soccer game. I loved talking to hee, she was so sweet. RIP.

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  5. Fond memories of our children growing up together in Assumption and sharing the car pool with the Hesses. She was a wonderful wife, mother and grandmother You will all be remembered in my prayers.

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  6. Our love and prayers are with you! She was such a wonderful woman, always rooting on her grandchildren and supporting those around her. She will be greatly missed.
    Love,
    The Selsor Family

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  7. We are very sorry for your loss. We are sure Denise will be missed but always remembered in your stories of her and in everyone she loved.

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  8. Michele, I am so sorry for your loss. I remember meeting your mom on several occasions. Such a beautiful person inside and out. Thinking of you and your family and will continue to keep you all in my prayers.

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