Michael  Hausman

Michael (Mike) James Hausman, age 68, passed away Saturday, August 10th. He is preceded in death by his parents, George and Gerry Hausman. He is survived by his brother Bill (Nan) of Augusta, Georgia and his sister, Bettye Jo Mauldin (Robin) of Dallas, Georgia. Also, he leaves behind a nephew, Will Hausman (Kay) of Augusta, Georgia, nieces Rose and Michelle Mauldin of Dallas, Georgia, and Ashley Hausman McWilliams (Larry) of Charlotte, North Carolina, his great niece Kaylor Hausman, and Kyleen Woodall. Mike was a kindhearted, fun-loving soul who never met a stranger. He retired as a member of the Marietta Fire Department after 30 years of dutiful service. A celebration of life gathering will be held at Hoyle's (1440 Roswell Road) in Marietta, GA on August 23rd from 4-7pm. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Humane Society of Cobb County.


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Bennie Williams

Mike was absolutely one of the most memorable personalties one could have ever met in their lifetime! Having shared our high school years and all the years since, knowing, sharing good times and laughs as friends do, was something that will never be forgotten! How lucky were we all to have met and known him. Mike had the ability to smile with his eyes, infectious personality and that unmistakeable speaking voice! The mold is now broken, as there will never be another we all simply and loveably called ......"Hausman"!

Dr. Cindye Coates

BJ and Billy - I am so sorry for your loss and I am praying for you both and your beautiful family. Mike was really special. He always had a twinkle in his eye with a great sense of humor. He will be missed even though we all know he is in a better place. Thank you for hosting the wonderful celebration this evening. Stan and I would not have missed sharing this with you. Clearly Mike was loved by many people. He brought a lot of joy to others. He will not be forgotten.

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