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Obituary: Hauser, Timothy William

HAUSER, Timothy “Tim” Our beloved son, brother, uncle and artist, Timothy “Tim” William Hauser, 40, of Spokane Valley, Washington, passed away April 26, 2015.

He was born April 19, 1975 in Kellogg, Idaho; Tim was the son of William Ralph and Janice Louise (Bewick) Hauser, Jr. Tim lived in Pinehurst, Idaho for ten years, until the family moved to Spokane, Washington.

He attended and graduated from the West Valley High School of Spokane in 1994.

Tim had worked for ABM Janitorial Services of Spokane, which gave him the means for his true passions; walking in nature, love of animals and creating art.

Tim lived simply; he so loved his family and had a strong faith in God.

He was a passionate artist.

Tim loved visiting his sister in Eatonville, Washington and received artistic inspiration from Mt.

Rainier.

He would paint whatever you would wish, but his true love was abstracts.

Tim is survived by his parents Janice and David Bauman of Kingston, Idaho; his sisters Darcy (Jason) Betzer of Eatonville, Washington and Shannon Kindle of San Antonio, Texas; his brother Mathias (Jennifer) Bauman of Cheney, Washington; and dearest to his heart were his nieces and nephews Jacob, Ethan, Alec, Cara, Sean, Mathias, Jr. and Madison.

Tim is also survived by numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his father William Hauser, Jr., his grandparents William and Martha Hauser, Lionel and Lucile Bewick and Genny and Ivor Bauman.

A Celebration of Tim’s Life will be held at his parents home, Janice and Dave Bauman of Kingston, on Saturday, May 2, 2015 from 11:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.; everyone is welcome.

The family suggests that memorials may be made to a Pet Rescue of the Donor’s choice.

One may sign Tim’s online guest book at www.shoshonefuneralservice.com SHOSHONE FUNERAL SERVICES & CREMATORY KELLOGG, IDAHO is entrusted with funeral arrangements.

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