William B. Hauser

  • Born: April 24, 1956
  • Died: September 28, 2017
  • Location: Green Township, Ohio

Meyer Funeral Home

5864 Bridgetown Road
Cincinnati, OH 45248

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Tel. (513) 921-0117

Tribute & Message From The Family


William Basil Hauser passed away September 28, 2017. He was the beloved husband of Debra (Webster) Hauser. They shared 27 years of marriage together.
William was the son of Donald and Barbara Hauser. He was employed at the Ford Development Company as a truck driver.
He belonged to the Cheviot United Methodist Church where he was a member of the praise team. He will be remembered for his humor, love, kindness, dedication, his love of feeding the birds, and for always passing out the candy atomic fireballs.
He is survived by his wife, Debra (Webster) Hauser and his daughters Susan Michelle and Chelsea Kathleen Hauser. He is also survived by his Mother and Father in law Chuck and Kathy Webster, his siblings Rhonda (Denny) Carter, Donald Steven Hauser, Brenda (Marshal) Youtsler, and Tim (Kathy) Hauser. He is survived by his sisters in law and their husbands, who referred to him as "the number one brother in law"; Lisa Webster (Mark Hazlett), Chrissy (John) Oxner, Terri (Jack) Fisher, and Melissa (Matt) Day. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews and many very close friends.
Bill was preceded in death by his daughter, Anne Marie (Hauser)Trout and his parents Donald and Barbara (Hughes) Hauser.
The visitation is Monday, October 2 from 6:00PM to 8:00PM MEYER FUNERAL HOME, 5864 Bridgetown Road, Cincinnati, OH 45248. The funeral service will be on Tuesday, October 3 at 1:00PM at Cheviot United Methodist Church, 3820 Westwood Northern Blvd, Cincinnati, OH 45211. If you work construction like he did, please do not let your work boots and construction green shirts stop you from coming as he would totally understand that.
Memorial donations may be made to the Cheviot United Methodist Church Memorials to benefit the praise team that he loved so much. Cheviot United Methodist Church 3820 Westwood Northern Blvd, Cincinnati, OH 45211.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

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I will always miss him he was a very nice family member ever and he will always show up to the holiday dinners we talk and have fun then we would all go on Easter and do a egg hunt me, my brother, and my cousins and he laugh if we passed by a egg!
And I will always miss him!

Sincerely
Kadyn Youtsler

Posted by Kadyn Youtsler - Middletown,OH, OH - family   May 01, 2018

Bill was a nick man he would do awesome stuff and he would all ways be by my side and he would spend time with us and we would go to fun places and sometimes he would take me with him and I would help him shop and after the we got done getting the stuff he let me get a candy bar.

Posted by Kadyn Youtsler - Middletown OH, OH - family   January 29, 2018

He was the best family member I ever had I loved when he teased me.

Posted by Kadyn Youtsler - Middletown, OH - family   December 19, 2017

Thoughts and prayers for the Hauser family. He was a great guy. He will be sorely missed.

Posted by A friend   October 03, 2017

To a wonderful man and great friend. I'll never forget the first time I saw, Bill, out in the parking lot of the building Debbie and I moved into. I yelled at Debbie look at this guy he is nice looking. He looks like a smaller version of Tom Selleck. Debbie was like OH Okay. Little did she know it was the man of her future and her prince charming. Love you so much, Debbie.

Posted by Tammy Haynes - Mason, OH - Friend   October 02, 2017

Our deepest sympathies to your family. We will always remember the fun times we had with our Band Family' for the Oak Hills Marching Band. Bill was always so kind and his jokes were always so funny. He will be so missed. Our prayers are with you.

Posted by Sandy, Jeff & Emily Jaquet - Cincinnati, OH - Friend   October 01, 2017

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With deepest sympathy
Terri Thomas
Jessica and Corrie Cicale

Posted by Terri Thomas - Cincinnati, OH   October 01, 2017

To The Hauser Family
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
We have such fond memories of our Oak Hills Band times together.
With deepest sympathy,
Terri Thomas
Jessica and Corrie Cicale

Posted by A friend   October 01, 2017


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