William Bill Haueisen

Date of Death: December 7, 2011
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William C. Haueisen, 80, of West Lafayette, died December 7, 2011 at home. Surviving are his wife, Lois, his children Lynn Litwiller, Phillip Bower, Tov Haueisen, Kol Birke and Sarah Haueisen, his grandchildren, Noah and Emma Litwiller, Gianna Bower and Rachel, Samantha and Paige Haueisen. Bill loved to travel, especially family trips to Lake MichiganContinue Reading

Nate Bower left a message on December 10, 2011:
Dear Lois, Lynn, Phillip, Tov, Kol and Sarah,

My sincere condolences on your loss, as Bill was a kind and gentle man to so many of us. I was always impressed with his knowledge and championing of new technologies as well as being a voice for reason in education. Even when he was in great pain, he never wanted to be a hindrance, only wanting others to be comfortable and to be able to communicate and to find joy in life, even though it meant sitting on the floor on his part. Maybe now he will be raised up to sit at the head of the table.

We all will miss him in the days and years to come, but as I know he was suffering near the end, maybe your gift in return for his many kindnesses was to let him go when he needed to, hard as that must have been. I&m sorry I cannot be there as you celebrate his life and mourn his passing, but may you find comfort in the family that you make up together, each touched by his life in different ways. I will add my prayers to yours in the days ahead.

Nate Bower
Elizabeth Rayl left a message on December 10, 2011:
Uncle Bill was the kindest most gentle man I have ever known. He was so patient with our sometimes crazy family. He would always make the best brownies for us when I was young and when I got older he would travel miles to watch my soccer games. He was selfless and even when he didn&t feel well he was always concerned with how other were doing. I am greatly saddened that he will not be with us on this earth, but I am at peace that he is watching over us in heaven. I wish I could be there today to celebrate his life. I ask that Lois will raise a glass of Asti champagne and toast to Uncle Bill from me!
Soller-Baker Funeral Homes, Inc. left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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