Memorial service for Margaret “Peggy” Hausheer shall be 2 p.m. Saturday, Could 22, 2021 within the Elgin-Apache Cowboy Church with Dr. Dale Linebaugh, Pastor officiating. The church is situated at 15513 US 62, Apache, OK 73006.
The household will greet mates on the church from midday – 2 p.m. Saturday previous to the service. The visitation is open to family and friends.
Preparations are beneath the course of Becker-Rabon Funeral Dwelling.
On Monday, Could 17, 2021, Margaret (Peggy) Jean Hausheer, loving spouse of Herman Joseph Hausheer, M.D., handed away on the age of 92 at her house in Lawton. She and Herman raised 4 kids: Brian Hausheer, Fred Hausheer, M.D., Jean Hausheer, M.D., and Kurt Hausheer.
Peggy was born July 16, 1929, in Lenox, Iowa to Leo and Myrtle (Leach) Ford. She was the eldest of three siblings. Her youthful brother was Jim Ford and little sister was Patricia (Ford) Mayberry. Peggy acquired her Bachelor of Arts in Vocational Dwelling Economics from Northwest Missouri State College situated in Maryville, Missouri in August 1950. Peggy was raised on a dairy farm and picked tasseled corn in rural Iowa on the household farm. Her love for music began whereas in class the place she sang alto in her neighborhood and discovered to play piano.
Whereas in faculty she met Herman they usually fell in love. They married in August 1950 and moved to Iowa Metropolis, Iowa for Herman to finish medical college. Whereas there, Peggy taught highschool English. From there they moved to Mount Ayr, Iowa the place Herman practiced rural county medication. They subsequent moved to Independence, Missouri the place Herman accomplished his residency coaching in obstetrics and gynecology. Peggy was recognized with A number of Sclerosis in 1964, and despite waxing and waning bouts and flare-ups, she additional advanced into a lady of true grit, resilience and a constructive demeanor. She was by no means a complainer, was all the time dressed for church at any given second, all the time regarded for the nice in others and voiced it. She was an optimist in her way of living and was an unbiased thinker.
The humorous exchanges between Peggy and Herman served as a relentless reminder of their mutual love and respect for each other as being extra necessary in comparison with no matter small disagreements arose. When Herman began his apply, Peggy started instructing diet and perinatal lessons to his sufferers – and this curriculum was carried ahead for greater than 30 years.
Peggy later based and managed her personal non-profit firm, Nutranet that was devoted to educating low-income households – with a later concentrate on kids’s diet and attaining correct dietary food plan inside a frugal finances. She focused younger kids and arrange on web site instructing groups to coach wholesome cooking strategies and recipes to preschool and grade college ages utilizing visible cookbooks (and fed them what they ready!). Peggy authored and printed 5 cookbooks from Nutranet and one other for household. All through her total life, Peggy mothered and mentored many round her.
Peggy had a powerful curiosity in studying, sharing and exchanges with different cultures, and he or she and Herman had been founding members of the Independence and Kansas Metropolis Japan Sister Metropolis change applications with Kurashiki, Tokyo and different cities, and he or she remained concerned within the Sister Metropolis applications with Japan for greater than 40 years.
She is survived by her 4 kids, 13 grandchildren, and ten great-grandchildren.
Peggy was preceded in loss of life by her mother and father, husband, brother, Jim Ford and sister, Pat Mayberry.
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