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Roger Hauck

March 23, 1945 - March 08, 2020

Funeral Service - Friday

March 13, 2020
- 10:00 AM

Boulger Funeral Home & Celebration of Life Center, Fargo

Visitation - Friday

March 13, 2020
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center, Fargo

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Boulger Funeral Home

Roger Hauck

March 23, 1945 - March 08, 2020

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Roger Hauck, 74, passed away March 8, 2020, at his home, surrounded by family, under the care of Ethos Hospice, after a courageous battle with cancer.

Roger was born March 23, 1945, in Elgin, ND to Elsie and Ben Hauck. He attended school in New Leipzig, ND and NDSU in Fargo, ND.

After he married Clare Morrison in 1967 and had three children, they divorced. Because of his big heart, he welcomed three more daughters into the family in the early 90’s. He was currently living with his significant other, Fran Allery.

He started Hauck & Buchholz Drywall in 1968. He made many friends through work connections throughout the years. He retired in 2014.

In his free time, he enjoyed attending NDSU football games, time on his bobcats (with all their attachments), traveling to Mexico, and time with family.

Roger is survived by Fran Allery, significant other; his children Jodi Hauck (Dana Rasmussen) and her children Oliver, Logan, and Braeden, Dayton, MN; Aaron Hauck (Jill McAndrew) with child Abigail, Moorhead, MN; Beni Hauck (Mark Brandt) and fur babies, Moorhead, MN. Also Allison (Greg Gilbert) with children Elise and Vivian, Cottage Grove, MN; Tara (Dave Baltes) with children Grace and Mason, West Fargo ND; and Kelly (Kyle Onerheim) with children Holden, Payton, Jace, and Axel, Fargo, ND; and sister, Elayne (Ken Kretz) with child Chip, Temple, TX.

Preceded in death include parents, Ben and Elsie Hauck and dear friend Bonnie Brown, and cat, Dribble.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Ethos Hospice. Internment at a later date.

Services will be held Friday, March 13, 2020 at 10 AM with visitation beginning at 9 AM, at Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center, 123 10th Street South, Fargo, ND.

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10 responses to “Roger Hauck”

  1. Stan Stelter says:

    Roger’s passing makes me sad, and also brings back memories. His humor and jokes were a great part of who he was. My prayers are with his family and friends. Rest in peace, fellow Tiger.

  2. Lyle Ackerman says:

    Sorry to hear of the passing of my good friend, and classmate at New Leipzig Grade, and High School. My thoughts, and prayers are with his family, and their friends.

  3. Korella Selzler says:

    Sending peaceful thoughts to you – Jodi, Aaron and Beni. Losing a father is never easy.

  4. Stan Ryland says:

    We worked with Roger for 40 years. First it was Roger and Willie and then Roger took over. He did an amazing job of running Hauck&Buchholz Drywall. He had very loyal employees. Their work was second to none. Roger had a great run and too short a retirement. Rest In peace Roger.

  5. Carrie Roth says:

    Sad to hear of the passing of a very dear friend and classmate from New Leipzig High School. Roger’s infectious smile and laugh, and of course his love of practical jokes, will live on in the memories of his classmates and friends! Prayers that God will comfort his family and loved ones.

  6. bruce schauer says:

    Roger was a GREAT guy who would go out of his way to help! He will be missed by my so many. My prayers to Fran, Benny and Aron!

  7. Candace Allen says:

    Dear Hauck family, I am shocked and deeply saddened to learn of Roger‘s passing. He was a kind and generous man and a dear friend. I am very sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathies, hugs and prayers to all of you.

  8. Al Schochenmaier says:

    Extend my sympathy to Roger’s family and extended family. A delight to visit with where Roger shared his feelings about his children, his Mother and closeness to his sister. Blessed be his memories.

  9. Lew Boyko says:

    If you needed a hand or help, Roger was there. Then when you asked him how much you owed him, he would say nothing. I knew Roger from our NDSU college days and we will be missing a very special person.
    God Bless and prayers to his family.

  10. Glenda Fobes-Ziemer says:

    I cleaned Roger’s house for quite a few years. He was always so kind & friendly. He loved to visit & share memories. I learned from his stories what a generous kind & loving man he was. May Gods love & your good memories carry you through the days ahead!
    Love,
    Glenda

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