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Charles "Chuck" E. Haumann
April 3, 1949 ~ September 25, 2023 (age 74) 74 Years Old
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Charles “Chuck” E. Haumann, 74, of Oberlin, died September 25, 2023 after a series of brief but complicated medical problems. He was born April 3, 1949 in Boston, moving to Ohio at a young age, but never quite losing his accent. He was a graduate of Lorain High School.
From 1968-1972, Chuck proudly served in the US Navy on aircraft carriers and fondly remembered his travels during this time; visiting the Acropolis in Greece, traveling through the Bermuda Triangle and serving while stationed in Iceland and the Azores.
After his service, Chuck worked at the Ford Motor Plant in Lorain for over 30 years. He was proud to be able to provide a happy and comfortable home for his wife and daughter.
In his spare time, Chuck enjoyed woodworking, “puttering around” in the yard, reading numerous library books and living “small town life” just outside of Oberlin on three acres. In his early days in Oberlin, he and Pat operated a homestead and enjoyed the company of goats, chickens, rabbits and their large vegetable garden. Chuck always had a book about World War II lying around, and enjoyed watching Sci-Fi such as the Twilight Zone as well as action and mobster movies.
Chuck is survived by his wife of 45 years, Patricia A.; daughter, Jacqueline (Andrew) Schwab and a granddaughter, Charlotte Louise. He is also survived by his sister, Nora Young and many nieces, nephews and other relatives.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Edward and Mary (nee Groves) Haumann.