Charles Hausmann

Obituary of Charles D. Hausmann

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Charles Chuck D. Hausmann of Pitman, age 56 passed away peacefully after a battle with cancer in Vitas Hospice, Stratford surrounded by his siblings. A lifelong resident of Pitman, he graduated Pitman High School in 1969 and attended West Kentucky Univ. He was a member of the Pitman United Methodist Church. Chuck was a blackjack dealer for Resorts International in Atlantic City before becoming a Dispatcher in Pitman. In December, 1980 when the Gloucester County Communications Department was formed, he became a 911 Dispatcher. Chuck was a volunteer fireman for the Pitman Fire Patrol (Station 28-2) from the time he was 20 where he was very involved with all aspects of fund raising. He was Past Chief, Asst Chief and Captain. He served on the Pitman Fire Dept. Golf Tournament Committee. He was also an life member of the Gloucester County Fire Chief's Assn, the Gloucester County Fireman's Assn., and the NJ State Fireman's Assn. He was an avid sports fan and enjoyed traveling to Chicago to see his Cubs at Rigley Field. He also enjoyed going to the Rock and many NASCAR races. He loved to camp in PA and always found time to do things for his family and friends whenever they needed him. His is survived by his father and stepmother George M. Hausmann, Jr. and Barbara of Garden City Beach, NC, sisters Judi (Brad) Kelley of Grantham, NH, Sandra (Jack) Bower of Washington Twp, brother Robert A. of White River Junction, VT, aunt Bettye Bell of Glassboro, uncle Howard ( Penny) Hausmann of Pitman, nephews Jack, Ryan, Steven, Danny, Hunter, niece Tara and many cousins. Chuck is predeceased by his mother Della Mae (nee Andrews). Friends may call on Wednesday, June 25 after 6pm in the Pitman United Methodist Church, Broadway and Lambs Rd., Pitman. A celebration of his life will be at 7pm. Contributions may be made to Pitman Fire Patrol, PO Box 37, Pitman, NJ 08071 or to the Burn Foundation, 1520 Locust St., Suite 401, Philadelphia, PA 19102.
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