In Memoriam : Theresa Pauline Haskell

Theresa Pauline "Polly" Haskell - age: 94
(September 11, 1929 to September 21, 2023 )
Resident of Standish, Maine

Visitation Information:
A funeral mass will be held at St Hyacinth Church
268 Brown Street, Westbrook on Monday, October 2nd
at 11 a.m. Burial will follow at Meeting House Hill Cemetery in Hollis.
Dennett, Craig & Pate 13 Portland Road, Buxton are entrusted with her services.

Theresa Pauline “Polly” Haskell formerly of Standish passed away on Thursday 9/21/23 at Pinnacle Health in South Portland, Maine after a brief stay.

She was born on 9/11/29 in Westbrook, Maine the
daughter of Alexander and Margaret Milan Landry.
She grew up in Westbrook and attended St Hyacinth School with her five siblings: Lawrence, Frances,
Sue, Marcella and Bernadette. They predecease her.

Polly had a big personality which made her an excellent waitress. Wherever she lived or worked,
she made friends. She was always proud when people recognized her from either The Splendid, Valle’s Steak House, Italian Heritage Center or Anjon’s.

Polly loved her family and was always interested in
hearing what was going on in their lives. She especially cherished receiving handwritten cards from her great grandchildren in New Hampshire.

Her favorite years were spent traveling to Port St. Lucie, Florida for the winter with her husband, Dan Haskell, Sr. in their big Pontiac Bonneville convertible!

She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law,
David and Betty Holmes of Haines City, Florida as
well as their extended family, stepson Dan Haskell, Jr. and his wife Donna of Standish and daughter-in-law Adele Haskell of Scarborough and their families. She was predeceased by her husband and stepson Dick Haskell.

Joseph Palmer - September 29, 2023Contact this person Contact this person
My most sincere condolences. Met Polly years ago with my father . Always was fun to talk to when I plowed her driveway in the winter after I plowed the Lions Hall . she'd always want to pay but I'd say no you let us use your driveway during Lions events . Every now and then she would have some fresh fish or scallops for me . Missed her when she left Hollis Center . May she rest in peace .


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