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Mary K. Hauck

MEDINA: Mary K. Hauck, 91, passed away February 11, 2013 in Medina, Ohio at Western Reserve Masonic Community.

Mary was born in Fremont, Ohio on March 19, 1921 to Tully Columbus and Nancy Jane Tucker. Her family moved to Marblehead, Ohio where she eventually met and married Harold D. Hauck Sr. on November 1, 1942. Mary and Harold moved to Put-in-Bay, Ohio in 1951, where they lived until moving to Medina, Ohio in 2001. In addition, they spent winters at their second home in Zellwood, Florida from 1979 until 2001.

Mary retired from Island Airlines, Inc. in 1983 after having spent many years as manager of the Put-in-Bay airport public pool and restaurant. Her restaurant was a favorite summer lunch spot for islanders. Among other jobs, she was also a stringer for the Port Clinton News Herald in the 1960s. Mary was a homemaker during her winters on the island and provided a loving, happy home for her family. Over the years during her life on Put-in-Bay, Mary was active in St. Paul's Episcopal Church, the Parent Teachers Association, and the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary, as well as in many other community activities and volunteer organizations. She was a 1939 graduate of Lakeside High School.

Mary is survived by five children: Patricia (Walter) Mangas of Ney, Ohio, Jane (Bary Wood) Hauck of Bradford, Ohio, Harold (Imelda) Hauck Jr. of Brunswick, Ohio, Sandra (Jeffrey) Brausch of Medina, Ohio, and Kevin (Rosa Lee) Hauck of Thacker, West Virginia; seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Harold; daughter, Kay Leeann; her parents; five brothers and two sisters.

A graveside memorial service for Mary will be held at Put-in-Bay in May.

Memorial contributions in her memory may be made to the Memory Care Center of Western Reserve Masonic Community, Medina, Ohio or Hospice of Medina County.

Published in the News Herald on Feb. 12, 2013
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