Betty J. Hauk


Birth: October 13th, 1941
Death: January 16th, 2013
Age: 71 years
Residence:Bay City, Michigan
High School:T. L. Handy High School - 1957
Survived By: She is survived by her sons David Hauk, Mitchell Hauk and John Hauk; step children Kathleen Hauk, Patricia Roth and Robert & Heidi Hauk; 12 grand children and 4 great grandchildren; sister Donna Mae & Mike Monville ; brother David & Marge Roundtree; half sister Donna Sue Wallace and 2 half brothers Bliss & Sally Allison and Neil Roundtree. He was predeceased by a step son Doug Hauk.
Affiliations: She was born in Helena, Montana on October 13, 1941 to the late Elton & Elizabeth (Jackie) Roundtree. She married Robert Hauk on July 17, 1970 in Kawkawlin and he preceded her in death on September 12, 2006. She was a graduate of T.L. Handy High School Class of 1957. Betty was a rural postal carrier at the Kawkawlin Post Office and worked in several resturants in the area. She was involved in the Bangor Township Recreation Board, worked on the committee to save the Indian Church on North Euclid Ave., Volunteered at Bangor Senior Center, the Riverside Friendship Center through the Division on Aging. She was involved with her sons in the Junior Olympic Boxing program, Bay City Boys and girls Club and coached boys Little League Baseball . Member of the steering committee for "Geographic Information Systems " with the County Housing& Community Development and the girls of the Class of 1957.

 Betty J.  Hauk                            

Bay City, Michigan

 

Mrs.  Hauk 71 passed away Wednesday January 16, 2013 at McLaren- Bay Region following a lingering illness. She was born in Helena, Montana on October 13, 1941 to the late Elton& Elizabeth (Jackie) Roundtree.  She married Robert Hauk on July 17, 1970 in Kawkawlin and he preceded her in death on September 12, 2006.  She was a graduate of T.L. Handy High School Class of 1957. Betty worked as a rural posta carrier at the Kawkawlin Post Office and at several resturants in the area. She was involved in the Bangor Township Recreation Board, worked on the committee to save the Indian Church on North Euclid Ave., Volunteered at Bangor Senior Center, the Riverside Friendship Center through the Division on Aging. She was involved with her sons in the Junior Olympic Boxing program, Bay City Boys and girls Club and coached boys Little League Baseball . Member of the steering committee for “Geographic Information Systems “ with the County Housing& Community Development and the girls of the Class of 1957.

She is survived by her sons David Hauk, Mitchell Hauk and John Hauk; step children Kathleen Hauk, Patricia Roth and Robert & Heidi Hauk; 12 grand children and 4 great grandchildren; sister Donna Mae & Mike Monville ; brother David & Marge Roundtree;  half sister Donna Sue Wallace and 2 half brothers Bliss & Sally Allison and Neil Roundtree. He was predeceased by a step son Doug Hauk.

Funeral services will be held Saturday January 19, 2013 at 4 pm at Rivertown Funeral Chapel with inurnment at Sunset Valley Crematory. Friends may call at the funeral chapel on Saturday from 1 pm until time of services.



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