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Sylvia Raschell England Hasty

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Sylvia Raschell England Hasty, 56, of Calhoun, Georgia passed away on Thursday, October 4, 2018. She was preceded in death by Frank England, (Father) and Velma Czlapinski (Grandmother). 

Raschell was born to Frank and Kathy England on December 6, 1961, in Chicago, Illinois. She grew up in Rockford, Illinois and graduated from Harlem High School in 1979, then went on to become a hairdresser. She moved to California in 1987 and settled in Turlock, where at one time she worked for the Medic Alert Company that made identification bracelets for people with medical problems. Raschell also attended several colleges throughout the years obtaining a Bachelor's Degree in Social Science. Raschell married David Hasty in 2000, and they lived in Calhoun, Georgia and in Somerset, Kentucky for six years, while caring for her Grandmother Velma Czlapinski. Raschell was a Family Support Specialist with the Department of Family and Children Services and other state agencies until she retired in 2009 and was passionate about affecting the most positive change in people. She always went out of the way to help the ones in need. Cooking and preparing food was also a big part of her life. 

She leaves her husband of 18 years David Hasty, her mother Kathryn England, her daughter Amber DelNero (Aaron), brothers Scott England (Reba) and Stuart England (Teri) and several nieces, nephews and one great nephew. 

Raschell was baptized as one of Jehovah's Witnesses in May 1999. She was a member of the Calhoun Congregation. Raschell was loved by all who knew her and will be greatly missed. 

A memorial will be on Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 5 pm in the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses located at 755 Curtis Pkwy SE, Calhoun, GA 30701. Elder Tom Allison will officiate the ceremony. 

2 Comments To "Sylvia Raschell England Hasty"

Terry Whittington On Oct 11 2018 at 2pm
This woman was steel and will be greatly missed....We had a long childhood history..Gonna miss you bunches.Keep a light on for us. Reply to this comment
Antoinette Fisher On Oct 09 2018 at 2pm
Amber, Please know that my heart is with you all. Your mom was always so wonderful to me. Even from afar she would check on me and make sure I was doing well and what I was supposed to be doing. I know she is smiling down at us and having a few laughs with my mom and dad. Please let me know if you need anything!! xoxo Antoinette Rotolo Fisher Reply to this comment
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