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Elsie Hauck

May 15, 1925 - December 21, 2019

A private family service will be held.

Burial - Shady Hill Cemetery, Burt, ND in the Spring


Boulger Funeral Home

Elsie Hauck

May 15, 1925 - December 21, 2019


Elsie A. Hauck, 94, West Fargo, ND passed away Saturday, December 21, 2019 at Sheyenne Crossing Care Center, West Fargo under the care of Ethos Hospice.

Elsie was born North of New Leipzig, North Dakota on May 15, 1925, to Christ and Mary Schneider. Elsie married her high school sweetheart, Ben Hauck in 1943. Ben passed away in 1989. Ben and Elsie had two children, Roger (Fran Allery) and Elayne (Ken Kretz). Theirs was a family of love and they spent their entire lives as farmers near New Leipzig. Ben and Elsie never met anyone that could not be a friend. They were blessed with grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and a very large extended family, including special granddaughters and their families.

Elsie was a very good cook and baker, which a whole lot of people in New Leipzig area can attest to.

Friends never left the Haucks without experiencing good food and laughter.

A private family service will be held at Boulger Funeral Home & Celebration of Life Center, Fargo.

Burial will take place at Shady Hill Cemetery, Burt, ND in the Spring.


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6 responses to “Elsie Hauck”

  1. John Milligan says:

    My prayers are with you and your family.Love John Milligan

  2. Tara Baltes says:

    I’ll never forget her kindness and contagious laugh.

  3. darlene frey says:

    To my special and buddy whom we had many laughs with we miss you when you moved away but never forgot you in our hearts prayers and thought with your son and daughter and family
    love Darlene and albert Frey mott

  4. Doris Morrison says:

    In loving memory of a very special, very kind aunt. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  5. Elmer and Diane Heupel says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with Elsie’s family. Always enjoyed visiting with her.

  6. Cyndy Zacher says:

    My memories of Elsie go back a long time ago while working at our local hospital. Elsie will always share a place in my heart for the loving ways she cared for her parents. Elsie was also very thankful and supportive of the staff that cared for her parents when they were hospitalized years ago. Rest in peace Elsie a good and faithful servant.

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