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Candice Hausauer

March 24, 1949 - May 04, 2013


1-2:00 P.M. on Wednesday, May 8, 2013 at Sts. Anne and Joachim Catholic Church, Fargo.

Funeral Service:

FUNERAL MASS:  2:00 P.M. on Wednesday, May 8, 2013 at Sts. Anne and Joachim Catholic Church, Fargo.


Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Candice Hausauer

March 24, 1949 - May 04, 2013


Candice Renee Hausauer, 64, Fargo, passed away on Saturday, May 4, 2013 at Sanford Palliative Care in Fargo.  She was born March 24, 1949 in Breckenridge, MN to Allen H. and Vivian L. Hausauer.  She attended schools in Wahpeton, ND, and graduated from Wahpeton High.  She attended the University of North Dakota and is a graduate of North Dakota State College of Science, Wahpeton, ND.  She worked in retail loss prevention, Daytons, Fargo, ND and was an investigator for Macy’s East, McLean, VA.  She was a caregiver for her mother until her mother’s death. 

Candice enjoyed playing piano, politics, lively debate, cooking and traveling, especially road trips.

She is survived by her three sisters, Michelle “Mickey” (Carris) Vondal, Chantilly, VA, Linda Hausauer, Fargo, ND, Jacque Strege, Fairfax, VA; two nephews, Matthew Vondal, Reston, VA, and Michael Vondal, Chantilly, VA;  grandniece, Jocelyn Vondal, Chantilly, VA; grandnephew,  Dawson Vondal, Chantilly, VA; and family pet, Lucy.

She was preceded in death by her parents.


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  1. Sue Becker Curtiss says:

    Patterson NY I knew Candy from childhood on: school and Sunday School. Our parents had also been friends years before in Wahpeton schools. I am sad to hear of her passing and also the struggle her illness had been.

    It is lovely, however, to hear from all the friends she made through the years. Candy was bright, lively and had an infectious laugh. I know she and her sisters took loving care of their Mom, Vivian.
    Peace to Candy, her sisters and all who love her,


  2. Mary Thomas says:

    Dallas, TXJacque, so sorry to hear of Candy’s passing–she was so dear and enjoyed everything and everyone.
    Please send me your address in Fairfax when you have a minute.
    I wonder if she ever got to make the Fagiola soup from Olive Garden.
    Know she is with her Mom and the Lord.
    Love you,

  3. N perez says:

    May I offer my sincere condolences to you on the death of Candice. May your hearts find comfort in God’s Word where he states: “He (God) will swallow up death in victory and the Lord God shall wipe away tears from off all faces.(Isaiah 25:8). May your loved one awaken to a world where there will be peace (John 5:28,29 Psalm 37:11) no sickness (Isaiah 33:24) and no more troubles (Revelation 21:4)throughout eternity (Psalm 37:29) May your hearts find comfort and hope in God’s Word for all that he has said will surely come to pass (Titus 1:2) My deepest sympathy to you.

  4. Lorrie (Nash) Wellman says:

    Fort Collins COI graduated from Wahpeton High School with Candy. She was such a blessing in my life, she always had a ready smile and was a committed friend. I lived on the same block when we grew up and I have great memories of the fun times we had riding bikes in the summer and building snow forts in the winter. Peace to her sisters, God bless.

  5. Sherry Rekken says:

    Austin TXTo Linda and Mickey and all family and friends of Candice. I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved sister and aunt. I so admired her courage and strength through all her crosses that she had to bear during her earthly life. I am so blessed to have known her and to witness her journey to our Catholic faith. May God bless you and may God’s perpetual light shine on her.

  6. Susan (Eckre) Rassier says:

    Ghent MN
    My sympathies to all of you. It doesn’t seem like that long ago when the old neighborhood was full of kids that were out and about all the time. It was a great place to grow up, there were friends in every house it seemed. I hadn’t seen Candace in many years but ran into her at MedCenter when dad was having his heart surgery and she was there for a checkup. It was nice to visit and connect again. Sisters are a strong bond, I know you will all support each other she’ll always be a part of each of you. Take care.

  7. Natasia M. Tate says:

    Manassas VirginiaAlthough I have not had the pleasure of meeting Candice, I have worked closely with both of her sisters, Jacque & Michelle over the past 5 years. I have spoken to Candice several times and felt that I knew her a little and was made to feel like one of the sisters from another mother and father. Candice will truly be missed but God has called her home to a much better place. The Tate Family sends much love and prayers to Candice’s family at this time of deep loss and sorrow. God Bless you all.

  8. Judy & Jerry Oren says:

    Wahpeton ND
    We were so sorry to read about Candice’s death. I don’t know if you girls remember me or not, but I was Judy Woehrmann. My husband and I got re-aquainted with Candice last year when both of them were going through chemo at Roger Maris. She was always so positive and so much fun to visit with. I remember the days when we all would be at Andy and Florence’s lake place. I gave Candice an old picture I had of us kids with your dad in the background. Also one of Florence in the boat. Good memories of the lake days and of your family.

  9. Donna (Smith) Keogh says:

    Wahpeton North Dakota
    I went to Wahpeton High School and graduated with Candice. She was always a sweet but quiet gal, but nice to talk to one on one! I last saw her a couple of years ago after her mom had passed. It was so great to see her and visit briefly. I only hope she didn’t suffer too much in her last days. My thoughts and prayers are with her family at this sad time as she was way too young to leave us! My deepest sympathy to you all, Donna Keogh

  10. Rita Weisz says:

    Bismarck ND
    Words can’t express the loss, the emptiness that I feel without Candace in my life. I’m a better person having known Candace — she kept me on my toes many times — more importantly, she showed me what real strength, strong faith, and love is all about. She devoted her life to her family. Candace will be greatly missed.

  11. Karen Chobot says:

    Wahpeton ND
    My thoughts are with you at this difficult time. Candy will be greatly missed.

  12. Vince and Karen Stevens says:

    Dunnellon FLWe were so saddened to hear of Candy’s passing. She fought such a long and difficult battle against the cancer within her. She was my team mate for many years. We compared treatments and we compared the dreaded side effects. And we basked in the joy of each little “win”. I will definitely miss you, my friend.

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