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Fredrick Haug

Fredrick Henry Haug

April 28, 1925 - February 13, 2019
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Fredrick “Hank” Haug passed away February 13th, 2019. Hank was born April 28th, 1925 in Sheridan, Wyoming.

He was one of eight children. His father was a section foreman for the railroad and moved to Hardin, Montana when Hank was twelve. He lived in Hardin until he enlisted in the Navy in 1943. He served in the Pacific theatre and learned his trade as an electrician.

After the war ended, he married Joyce Hitchcock in Crow Agency, Montana in June of 1946. He and Joyce lived in Billings, Montana where he worked for Curly Naylor Electric. He then worked on the Early American Warning System at Malmstrom Air Force Base and Minute Men missile silos around Belt, Montana. He then worked for Holly Sugar in Hardin, Montana and then was transferred to Hereford, Texas, Sydney, Montana and Delta, Colorado. In 1976 he began working for Coors Brewing Company until he retired in 1990 when he and Joyce moved to Greeley.

Hank is survived by daughters, Claudia (Mark Brown), Paula (Bill Marshall), son Fred (Margie); and grandchildren Amy Tierney, Jane Brown, James Haug, Christopher Haug, Scooter Haug, Katy Rosenblatt; one great granddaughter, Leighton Haug.

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