Margo (Wolf) Hasson
Margo Wolf Hasson, much-loved wife of Jack Hasson, MD died in Bloomfield on Monday, (May 16, 2005) of lung cancer. She was 78 years old and was born in the village of Dudelsheim in Germany near Frankfurt. Her family fled to the United States in 1935 because of the relentless persecution of Jews by the Nazi government. She was a born biologist and received a BS degree at Hunter College. An MS degree in microbiology followed from the University of Kentucky. She then worked as a research assistant in immunology at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University. This enabled her to support her newly wed husband through medical school. After taking the time to raise two sons, Kenneth and Perry, she then pursued studies at Washington University in Saint Louis leading to her certification as a high school teacher of biology. After a short career as a high school biology teacher and department head, she enrolled in the Graduate School of the University of Connecticut Health Center and received a PhD degree in immunology in 1980. This led to a career in immunology in the field of in vitro fertilization. Her last adventure was devoted full time to her life-long hobby as a collector of antiques. This led to her becoming an antique dealer, which she relished along with her love of tennis. She is survived by her husband; two sons; a grandson; a sister, Geraldine Welch in Northport, NY; and a cousin, Lisa Carp in Potomac, MD. Instead of flowers, contributions are preferred to the American Cancer Society and/or the Farmington Valley Visiting Nurses' Association Hospice department. Weinstein Mortuary has charge of arrangements. Memorial services to be announced.

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