Dr. Franklin H. Haws
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Haws Dr. Franklin H. Haws, age 77, of St. Anthony, passed away January 21, 2004. Dr. Haws established and oversaw a successful podiatry practise located in the Apache Medical Arts building for over 25 years. He also enjoyed a variety of interests outside of his medical career including piloting small aircraft and running for Governor on the Libertarian Party ticket in 1982. In addition, he participated in Toastmasters and ran marathons. Dr. Haws was beloved by his family, friends and his many patients. Above all, he was known for his innate curiosity and sharp wit. Dr. Haws is survived by wife, Phyllis; children, Deborah, Brian, Franklin and Ann; and three grandchildren, Cory, Will and Tacy. Memorial service at 2 PM, Saturday, January 24 at Hillside Cemetery and Funeral Home, located at 2600 19th Ave. NE, Mpls. (on Highway 88 just north of Stinson Blvd). Visitation begins one hour prior to service. Memorials can be sent to the National Parkinsons Foundation.

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Published in Star Tribune on Jan. 23, 2004.
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January 26, 2004
I pray for comfort in the loss of your husband and friend. He was a mentor to me during my work in his practice. He had a quick witted spirit and an embracing smile. He had great stories, and became my great friend. Brian, I have lost touch with you, but hope that you find peace in the loss of your dad. He was a great man. You are all in my thoughts & prayers. Love,
Paula Duncan
January 24, 2004
May you find comfort in the love of family and friends, and peace in the memory of your loved one.
Bob and Robin Jungbauer
January 23, 2004
Dear phyllis and family we would like you to know that both marge and I held Frank very high in our lives. we feel a deep loss and wish we could be there with your family at this time. we will see you soon. Love ted and Marge
ted and marge dageford
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