Mary Kay C. Hauke (Nee Kreier)

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Mary Kay  C.
Hauke

Mary Kay C. Hauke (Nee Kreier)

Of Cudahy passed away on Nov. 26, 2020 at the age of 66 years.   Mary Kay was born and raised in Cudahy, WI by her loving parents Ervin (Obbie) and Ruthanne Kreier alongside her younger brother Jay Kreier.  Mary Kay went on to marry the love of her life and the luckiest man in the world, Philip Hauke.  Mary Kay and Phil shared 46 years of marriage, filled with more love and laughter than you can imagine.  In addition to being a loving wife and Phil’s best friend, Mary Kay was also the proud mother of Nathan (Jamie) Hauke and sharing two beloved grandchildren, Nina and Hannah.  She was the proud aunt of her nieces and nephew, but a special place in her heart belonged to Erin Krueger who she always considered as her niece / daughter, she loved her endlessly.  Mary Kay was a friend to many and the caretaker of our family; she took care of everyone and everything.  Mary Kay cared just as much for her customers and community, she involved herself in numerous charities behind the scenes. Mary Kay was the proud business owner of Kreier’s Hair Quarters for 36 years, carrying on a 90 yearlong family legacy.  Kreier’s Hair Quarters was known for much more than haircuts, it was known for its people – if you were a customer or employee, you were family.  Through her work Mary Kay made a profound impact on her community and formed many lifelong friendships along the way.  After her retirement in 2017, you could find her at her happy place, Willow Mills campground – where you might catch her partaking in “Christmas in July” or golf carting around with her girlfriends.  No matter where she was or who she was with, Mary Kay’s personality and laughter always filled the room – boy we miss that laugh.  So, while our gatherings may be smaller and quieter, we find comfort in knowing the love she had for all her family, sister in laws, brother in laws and those who have preceded her in death, as she is now comforted within their arms. The family will have a memorial gathering for all in the spring of 2021.

8 Comments

  1. Dean, Jenny, Tyler, And Sara Kubiszewski December 16, 2020 at 10:55 pm - Reply

    So sorry to hear about Mary Kay, she was a Wonderful friend our family grew up with at camp for many years. Hugs and Prayers to you Phil and family. Thinking of you all

  2. Michelle Harper December 17, 2020 at 7:19 am - Reply

    That was simply beautiful!
    We will all miss you up at camp..
    Rest in paradise my friend.
    Phil, you and your family are in my thoughts
    and prayers.
    Sending love and hugs

  3. Craig Matthew Pradarelli December 17, 2020 at 11:52 pm - Reply

    Sad to see my favorite cousin go.

  4. Jose and Fran Veguilla December 18, 2020 at 6:13 pm - Reply

    Sending caring thoughts and prayers to Phil and family! We will miss our dear Willow Mill neighbor and her contagious laughter!

  5. Debby Balfanz December 18, 2020 at 6:14 pm - Reply

    Beautiful eulogy. She was always happy and fun to be with. We will muss her. Love to ohil and family

  6. Wendy Matuszewski December 23, 2020 at 12:53 pm - Reply

    Mary Kay was a childhood friend of both me and my sister Judy. I have wonderful memories of us messing around all over town. She always kept us laughing.

  7. Peggy L Brunner January 3, 2021 at 5:27 pm - Reply

    Mary kay hired me when I need a job 1 day a week my place closed with no notice I walked in mary Kay’s shop and she said let’s go in the back and talk the rest was history I worked for he until it closed my heart breaks rip Mary Kay she was very kind to me

  8. Carol Breitbach Zosh January 15, 2021 at 4:20 pm - Reply

    I am sad to hear Mary Kay has passed away. We were friends in our early school years. Always a super nice person!!

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