Mary Louise

September 9, 1929 ~ November 14, 2022

Born in: Rupert, ID
Resided in: Greece , NY

 

Mary L. Hauss

Greece:  Monday, November 14, 2022 at age 93.  Predeceased by her husband, Raymond W. Hauss; her mother, Anna Mae Hall; her brother, James Hall.  Survived by her children, Raymond G (Nanette) Hauss and Carol A Hauss; her grandchildren, Kristen Hauss, Michael (Jessica) Hauss, Laura Brenner, Rachelle (Joseph) Sikorski, Lindsey (Joseph, Sr.) Cimino; great-grandchildren, Nathan Sekulski, Hannah Sekulski, Tyler Hauss, Grace Louise Hauss, Gabriella Cimino, Giuliana Cimino and Joey Cimino Jr; many loving relatives and friends.

No prior calling.  Her Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Tuesday (Nov 22nd) 9:30 AM at St Charles Borromeo Church, Greece.  Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association in her memory.

Services

Mass of Christian Burial: Tuesday November 22, 2022 09:30 AM

St. Charles Borromeo Church
3003 Dewey Avenue
Rochester, NY 14616


Burial: Tuesday November 22, 2022 11:00 AM

Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
2461 Dewey Avenue
Rochester, NY 14612


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Charities

The family greatly appreciates donations made to these charities in Mary Louise Hauss 's name.

Alzheimer's Association

919 N Michigan Ave Ste 1000 Chicago, IL 60611
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  1. 💗 Those We Love don’t go Away, They Walk beside Us Everyday Unseen, Unheard But Always Near.. Still Loved Still Missed and Very Dear .. Thank you for being such a kind, caring Mother in law… Love You 💗 Mary Lou you will be Missed🙏

    • Beautiful. You were both lucky to have her for so long. Alzheimers is one of the worst diseases for loved ones to witness. Keeping you all in my prayers.

  2. I worked with Mary at Sears for many years. We always had good times when we went out to dinner with another dear friend and coworker Pat. I have a lot of good memories of Mary and always cherished her friendship.
    My sympathy and prayers go out to her whole family which she loved very much. She’ll always live on in your memories and hearts.
    Rest in peace my dear friend.
    Judy Thompson

  3. I will miss your smile and warm, loving nature. I will always remember how you greeted us with a big smile and hug when we visited. Love you, Aunt Mary Lou ❤🙏

  4. So very sorry to hear of your mother’s passing Carol and Ray. She was a wonderful lady and I always remember her smiling. What a different world it will be without her. I will always remember her fondly. May she rest in peace.

  5. So sorry to hear of your .oms passing. Kristen has told us of her love gor her Grandma . Thinking if you all

  6. Hauss Family,
    I am so sad to hear about your mom. I loved your Mom and Dad. Your Mom was like a second mom during my High School years when I first met Carol. I Most remember the good times I had over your parent’s house during those HS years. Your mom would have crumpets and tea ready for Carol and I when we got out of school and those Tuesday nights watching the Sunny and Cher show eating cheese doodles and coke. Those were the good memories that stick with me . You are very loved Marylou.

  7. Hauss Family,
    I am so sad to hear about your mom. I loved your Mom and Dad. Your Mom was like a second mom during my High School years when I first met Carol. I Most remember the good times I had over your parent’s house during those HS years. Your mom would have crumpets and tea ready for Carol and I when we got out of school and those Tuesday nights watching the Sunny and Cher show eating cheese doodles and coke. Those were wonderful memories that stay with me . You are very loved Marylou.

  8. Nonnie was the best grandma ever! Her and I were best buddies and I was blessed and honored to have her in my life. I miss are daily phone calls, trips to Charbroil, the mall, and just coming over to hang out. I will forever be her little Laura and will miss her and love her as she made a huge impact in my life. Ever time I saw her and the last thing we always said to each other was “I love you Nonnie” and she would always reply “I love you more” ❤️ ❤️❤️❤️ That’s what I cherish always.

  9. Mom,
    I will love you and miss forever. You were the best mom in the world. I will miss our time talking with your great advice. Your words are in always in my thoughts and in my head. You were my best friend and I will love you forever ❤️Love CAROL ❤️

  10. Aunt Marylou,
    I will always remember when it got close to the holidays and I would call you and you knew who it was when you heard my voice. We would get together for lunch and squeeze in around the table for lunch. Often Carol would come over to visit as well and we would just talk and laugh together the whole time. I have so many wonderful memories that I could go on forever. I will always miss your laughter and all the stories you and dad would tell when we were together. Miss you and love you forever. Love Lisa

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