The Haase-Lockwood and Associates families have had the unique privilege, for three generations, to help families through one of the most difficult times they will ever experience, the loss of a loved one. Being in that position is not only a privilege, but an honor.
We live and volunteer in our communities and are connected with the families that we serve. It is our belief and commitment that we be there to assist your family with celebrating the life of your loved one.
Our funeral commitment was born in 1953:
1953: The Haase family entered into funeral service by David and Shirley Haase in Genoa City, WI.
1975: Bruce Haase, the son of David and Shirley, began his career in Funeral Service.
1978: The Haase Funeral Home expanded to the community of Twin Lakes, WI.
1980: Bryan Haase, the son of David and Shirley, entered into the funeral business.
1983: The Lockwood Funeral Home in Elkhorn, WI, was founded by Timothy A. Lockwood.
1995: The Haase and Lockwood families merged to form Haase-Lockwood & Associates Funeral Homes.
2001: Andy Haase, the son of Bruce and grandson of David and Shirley, began his career in Funeral Service.
2003: The Elkhorn location was completely remodeled. This included the addition of handicap accessible restrooms, a larger chapel and foyer, and also the addition of an on-site crematory. We were the first funeral home in Walworth County to provide families with on-site cremations.
2008: James D. Betts, of Betts Funeral Home, Elkhorn retires and his funeral business was consolidated in our Elkhorn location.
2010: The Twin Lakes location was completely remodeled. This included the revamping of the layout as guests move through the foyer to the chapel, the addition of handicap accessible restrooms, and a larger lounge to accommodate families during visitation hours. Cosmetically, the building was brought to a brighter more inviting atmosphere.
2013: Daniel Lockwood, the son of Timothy, began his Funeral Service career.
2014: The Genoa City location remodeled the office space, making room for a more accommodating lounge, and handicap accessible restrooms.
2019: The Genoa City location was completely remodeled. This included moving the front entryway for a better flow into the building. Load bearing walls were removed and proper supports were added to completely open up the chapel area, making it one large room, rather than a few small rooms. This greatly improved the seating layout for services held within that location. This was all done without changing the Historic Victorian look that the building was originally built with.
2022: The Elkhorn location was completely remodeled. This included the demolition of the office building on the property to make room for more adequate parking for guests. Then an addition onto the funeral home to replace the office space that was demolished. That addition made room for a large lounge on the main level for families to use during visitation hours, and the needed office space. The existing areas of the building were cosmetically updated to give the building a brighter and more modern look.