November 6, 1934 ~ January 15, 2020

Born in: Brooklyn, NY
Resided in: Atlanta, GA

Christine Margaret (Karcich) Haberkam, born November 6, 1934 passed away January 15, 2020. She was preceded in death by her father Anthony Karcich; mother Margaret Tolley; husband, Charles George Haberkam, Sr. and brother, Paul Karcich. She is survived by children, Charles George Haberkam (Chip) and wife Lynne; Gale Scott and husband Ron; Lynn LaRose and husband Ron; David Haberkam and partner Lori Clemence; grandchildren, Ryan Clarke (Caitlin) and Eric Clarke, Erin Hottle (Richard); Bradley Haberkam and Micah Haberkam great grandchildren, Tyler Hottle and Abby Hottle; sister, Jo Brzezinski (John); Carol Moyses (Gary); and Marge Weber; numerous nieces and nephews. No Services are planned at this time.

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  1. Lynn. I am so sorry for your loss. Your mom was a great and loving women. It’s shows by the children and grandchildren she had. May God hold you in this time of grief. Love being sent. Kim

  2. CandleImageSo very sorry for the loss of your Mom. Sending you and the family our love and prayers during this difficult time. ~ Corrie,Randy, Shawn & RaeAnne Miller 🙏🏻❤️

  3. CandleImageSo very sorry for the loss of your Mom. Sending you and the family our Love & Prayers during this difficult time. ~ Corrie, Randy, Shawn & RaeAnne Miller ❤️🙏🏻

  4. CandleImageLynn I’m so so sorry to hear about your mom. You have been blessed to have her so long in your life. The memories you will keep forever. Your pain will lessen with time but never leaves. Hugs and prayers love ya Joy and Warren

  5. CandleImageLynn and family. I am so sorry for the loss of your mom. It is the hardest thing to go through. May God comfort you all. She is in heaven with all of our loved ones. We will all see her again. With love, Janet Klima Hoskins

  6. CandleImageMy husband and I were honored to bring holy communion to Christine in the nursing home for the past several years. The very first day we visited Christine, she had just lost a friend, Mrs. Chamblee, and she was very sad. Though we had not met before, Christine unabashedly clasped my hands tightly and commanded that she “needed special prayers.” I prayed awkwardly with her over the loss of her friend, but Christine was completely gracious. We became good friends, and she shared many stories of her family and life during our short visits over the years we saw her. Sometimes she was in a down mood, either due to her pain, health issues, or sadness, but she was always feisty, always a fighter, always grateful for any kindness, and she always loved to give and receive hugs, which I very much enjoyed. I am glad Christine is free of her pain, but we will miss her greatly. May you all cherish and find comfort in your memories of her. ~ Lori & Steve Conway, Our Lady of the Assumption, Ministry of Care

    • Thank you very much, to you both , for your friendship, to my Mother. She looked forward to your visits.
      and Thank you to the team at Our Lady of the Assumption.
      Sincerely, Lynn LaRose/ Daughter

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