James Spencer Hauck

Deephaven, Minnesota


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Hauck, James Spencer age 65, of Deephaven. Born May 24, 1948, departed December 6, 2013. Cherished husband of Jo Marshall and father of Peter and Molly Hauck. Born in Edina, died at home in Deephaven. Worked in the marketing profession. Played a wicked electric guitar (albeit a little too loudly for his wife). Laughed profusely, loved wholeheartedly. Also deeply missed by brother, Gary; sister-in-law, Cathy; and a sad Aussie Shepherd who wishes he'd come home. Memorial service Friday, Dec 13, 2013 at 1:30 PM at the Basilica of St. Mary Chapel, 88 N 17th St, Mpls 55403 (612-333-1381). Huber Funeral & Cremation Services Excelsior Chapel 952-474-9595 www.huberfunerals.com
This obituary was originally published in the Star Tribune.

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I'm sorry for your loss. I can't believe we are grieving both of our losses at the same time. Strength in numbers. There is no
reason to go through this alone.

Hi Jo, Peter, and Molly, I don't know if you remember me but I was a teacher at Deephaven and I remember you well, good memories in school and away. Back in 1991 Dick and I were married and I think you gave us tickets to the Acme Comedy Club. Unfortunately he died almost ten years ago when I was 60 so I can feel a little of your pain, Jo. Molly and Peter, my dad died at age 57 so I feel for you, too, because I didn't get to say goodbye to him. Please know that my prayers will be with all of...

Wow, so many years have passed with our friendship staying strong. The many fun evenings together and the challenge of Paragon. I too lost my spouse of many years suddenly, so I have some insight as to how you are feeling. Jim was always fun and talented, he put a glow on Bayfield evenings. My heart is with you and Molly and Peter. Love, Dillon

Jo and family…so deeply sorry. I just learned of this terrible news. Big hugs and condolences to you.

I can't help but think of you daily and remember that great low voice of Jim's and his enthusiasm for music.
We had such great times and I hope you will find loads of good memories to tide you through these times.
Love, Karin

Jo and family -
My heart goes out to you all. The loss of a loved one is confusing and difficult to understand at times. I send you hugs of comfort.

Neither Jim nor I were the chefs nor the planners. But thanks to the one good choice we both made --to marry lovely and outstanding women-- I have cherished memories of a beach house in Baja, a lake cabin in Okobogee, lots of crazy bridge and backgammon games, lots of conversations about sports and world affairs and more incredibly delicious meals than either of us ever deserved.

Hello, Jo.
Sorry to hear about Jim's passing. Tim Dillon told me.
I should have checked the paper for the date and time of the service. I'm sorry we missed it. Our prayers are with you and the kids.
Len and Barb Mitsch

Such sad news. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.