Mark Hausknecht

Houston, Texas

1953 - 2018


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Dr. Mark John Hausknecht1953-2018Mark Hausknecht MD, 65, a renowned Houston cardiologist died suddenly on Friday morning July 20, 2018. Beloved son, husband, father, brother, physician, colleague, and friend to many, he personified the ideals of compassion and service. The man who healed so many...

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My father, Frank Dover, was a patient of Dr. Hausknecht for over 30 years and I truly believe he added so many years of life to my Dad. My father respected Dr. Hausknecht's opinion so much that he wouldn't have any procedure (heart or non-heart related) without first talking to Dr. Hausknecht. A truly kind and compassionate man who never made you feel rushed and a heck of a doctor. The last time Dad visited him was in March to discuss whether he should start Hospice. Dr. Hausknecht had a...

God bless the family of Mark. My husband, Walter S Henly, work with Mark with several patients . Mark was a very kind gentle man and loved his patients.. Sam Henly always said wonderful things about Mark.. He will be missed . Please accept my deepest condolences for your loss. I miss my sweet husband everyday. Hold all the wonderful memories in your heart❤

Among so many remarkable friends I made at Cornell and Sigma Pi, Mark was a truly extraordinary person. His intellect, sensitively, kindness and humanity set an example we all could hope to emulate. I am heartbroken for his family, patients, colleagues and friends. We have all lost a very special person in our lives.

There are no words to express the loss of Houstons finest Cardiologist - Dr Mark Hausknecht. He has been my physician since 2007. In 2016 he gave me my life back with a pacemaker implant for Christmas. You will never be forgotten and forever in my heart.
My deepest sympathy to the family. Forever in my prayers.

My deepest condolences .
He was the best Doctor who walked on earth. I felt a terrible loss upon hearing of his passing. Dr Hauschnect saved my mother's life.
Mrs. Olivares is alive today because of his determination to try everything in his power to save her life. My mom is a double amputee but she is alive. He was my physician also along with other family members. We had the most respect and trust in his care.
It was amazing how he.could remember small details of the...

The love this man gave was so precious, may his family share this wonderful glory

Ivan Birch

My very deep condolences to the family, friends, and colleagues of Dr. Hausknecht. I worked as an RN at the Houston Methodist DeBakey Heart and Vascular Center and remember him well. What a fine person and cardiologist. He will be sorely missed. My GOD bless him and his family during this difficult time.
Joy Corcione, Ph.D., MBA, RN

I did not know Dr. Mark, but my lifelong friend from high school, Christine, was his neighbor and friend. I am so sorry to hear of your tragic loss and am keeping your family in prayer. -Anne in Phoenix