Kenneth D. Hausauer
1948 - 2020
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Kenneth D. Hausauer, age 71, of Lodi, CA passed away unexpectedly on Monday, July 6th, 2020 at Lodi Memorial Hospital. He was born October 26, 1948, in Lodi, to Nordahl "Mickey" Hausauer and Edith May Iker. Kenneth graduated from Lodi High School in 1966 and joined the US Air Force (Travis AFB) as a Sr Airman and advanced to Sergeant. He served active duty for four years in Okinawa and Korea. His medals included: NDSM, VSM, RVCM and AFGCM. Upon completion of his service he was honorably discharged and went on to earn an AA degree in mechanical engineering from San Joaquin Delta College.
Ken was a Christian man with a strong work ethic and he left his mark on many places of employment: United Market, Salisbury's Market, Victor Goehring Meat (11 yrs), Pavilion Gun Range (9 yrs), and he was an HVAC and sheet metal worker (23 yrs) for All-Air Heating and Air. In recent years he worked in the hunting department at Bass Pro Shops in Manteca (10 yrs). Ken was a member of the NRA and truly enjoyed interacting with other outdoorsmen while sharing his extensive knowledge of firearms.
Ken married his wife, Cindy Neuman on June 2, 1979 and they spent 41 loving years together. They always enjoyed sharing stories, scenic drives, and the beautiful outdoors. They had one daughter, Michele Hausauer.
Ken was a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, son, brother and uncle. His passions were hunting, fishing, shooting, spending precious time with family and his beloved pets. He will be greatly missed by all his family and many friends.
He is preceded in death by his mother, Edith Hausauer, and his brother-in-law, Joseph Wysocki.
Kenneth is survived by his father, Nordahl Hausauer; wife, Cindy Hausauer; daughter, Michele Hausauer-Brooks (David); granddaughter, Olivia Brooks; siblings, Carol Azevedo (Larry) and Janice Wysocki; nephews, Lar Azevedo, Chris Azevedo and Jeff Schultz (Mandy); sister-in-law, Sandra Schultz (Rick); father and mother-in-law, Dick and June Neuman; and two aunts, Cassie Hausauer and Alma Victorino.
A military graveside service will be held at the Sacramento Valley National Cemetery on July 30th at 11:00am located at 5810 Midway Road Dixon, CA 95620. Due to COVID-19 restrictions attendance is by invite only, limited to immediate family and masks must be worn.
Memorials may be given to PVA, DAV, NRA, HSUS, or donation of choice.
Ken's family wishes to extend their sincere thanks to his niece and nurse, Melissa Schultz-Black (Greg), for her extensive care and comfort before he passed on at the hospital.

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Published in Lodi-News Sentinel from Jul. 28 to Aug. 3, 2020.
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August 6, 2020
My dad is a never ending song in my heart of comfort, strength and love. He will forever remain in our hearts and precious memories. We will continue to miss him greatly with each passing day.
August 3, 2020
Sharon Wise
July 29, 2020
Cindy, Michele and family.. Mom and i are soo extremely sorry for your loss! Hugs...many good times shared with you all!
July 28, 2020
discovered years ago that Ken and I were in kindergarten together! Of course 7th grade through high school. He even served as myself, in the Air Force and received the same medals, as Vietnam veterans, serving over there. May I say, as many, Ken was a very likeable person in school and it was his natural personality. My condolences to his family and may our Lord comfort them in their temporary loss.
Lee Fortner
July 28, 2020
im so sorry Cindy I couldn’t believe that you lost ken what a shock he was a amazing person I loved the way he watched over you , there aren’t enough words to say How sorry I am I will miss seeing the both of you together - ❤ Barbara
Barbara andrada
July 28, 2020
Cindy and family,
Very sorry to hear of Ken's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time.
Jim & Judy Peet
July 28, 2020
Rest In Peace Ken & condolences to all Family/Friends! The class of 66 has lost another great classmate. Senior year in High School we hung out a little bit. We also were in auto shop together. I remember Ken driving a little tan pickup, I think it was a Morris Minor. Also I got to talk to him about a year ago down at Pro Bass. We got to reminisce for a while. Respect Brother & again Rest In Peace! Sincerely Merlin Dais Class Of 1966
Merlin Dais
July 28, 2020
I was so sorry to hear of Ken’s passing. I have always remembered him being fun loving and thoughtful of others.
Denise Bosserman Odom
July 28, 2020
I have worked with Ken for the last 10 years at Bass Pro Shops. He was such a gentle man and always willing to help. He was always working on our puzzles in our break room and he would share in my excitement when I would find one piece to his many. You will be missed my friend by all of us here at Bass Pro Shops. Keep a watch on us all down here - until we meet again.
Kathy Schultz
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