Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Fort Thomas Mayor Suffers a Heart Attack


Fort Thomas Mayor, Eric Haas, suffered a heart attack while at his lake house with his wife on Sunday morning, October 8.

He is stable and is expected to have bypass surgery on Friday.

His wife, Jan, updated his condition on Facebook, saying that, "he has excelled in (the hospital's) tests and exceeded expectations. Our family is doing well and we appreciate all of the positive thoughts and prayers."




Haas began serving on Fort Thomas City Council in 1997. He is retired from his family’s business, National Band & Tag Co., but continues on a consulting basis.  He is the co-founder and co-owner of the Hofbrauhaus in Newport, Pittsburgh, and Columbus.   He and his wife, Jan, have three children; Lan, Ryan, and Erin, and four grandchildren.

Haas is a graduate of Highlands High School, 1974, and Hanover College, 1978 and is a member of St. John’s United Church of Christ, Newport.

He currently serves on the Kentucky State Chamber Board of Directors, the Northern Kentucky Business PAC, the River Cities Government Coalition, the Campbell Leadership Action Group, US Bank NKY Board of Advisors, Hanover College Board of Trustees, and is a member of the Fort Thomas Lions Club.

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He is a former Newport City Commissioner and a former chair of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.  He also helps Jan and their daughter, Erin, with Trent Montessori.

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