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(From The Winchester Star dated Monday 1 Apr 1996.)
Edinburg, died Friday in Winches-
ter Medical Center.
Mr. Hausenfluck was born Jan.
26, 1928, in Clarke County, the
son of Charles and Emma Jenkins
Hausenfluck. He worked part-time
at Irvina Inc. in Edinburg and re-
tired in 1986 from Safeway in
Woodstock after 23 years. He had
worked at American Viscose and
was an Army veteran of the Ko-
rean War. He was a member of
Woodstock American Legion Post
199 and Moose Lodge 575, Edin-
burg VFW Post 2447, and St.
Paul's Lutheran Church in Stras-
He was married to Anna Louise
Surviving with his wife, are a
son, Kenneth Hausenfluck of
Woodstock; three sisters, Peggy
Smallwood of Bluemont, Brenda
Hausenfluck of Alexandria, and
Margaret C. Heck of St. Charles,
Mo.; two brothers, Cecil Hausen-
fluck of Alexandria, and Charles
L. Hausenfluck Jr. of Winchester,
and two grandchildren.
A funeral will be at 2 p.m.
today in Dellinger Funeral Home,
Woodstock, with the Rev. Howard
Lutz officiating. Burial will be in
Panorama Memorial Gardens,
Pallbearers will be George Pat-
ton, Richard Looney, Willard Rob-
inson, Everette Leake, Larry
Gochenour, and Bobby Estep.
Memorials may be made to a
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