OBITUARY

Francis Lee Haulman

February 20, 1933January 27, 2014
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Francis L. Haulman, 80, Lebanon, passed away on Monday January 27, 2014 in Stone Ridge Towne Centre, Myerstown. He was born in Lebanon on February 20, 1933 a son of the late Frederick A., Sr. and Margaret E. Ditzler Haulman. He was a graduate of Lebanon High School class of 1951 and served in the U. S. Army during the Korean Conflict. He had worked at the Bogene Company and retired from Lamont Ltd. He enjoyed spending time with his family especially at picnics and birthday parties. He was an accomplished craftsman who enjoyed woodworking and could fix anything. He enjoyed baking and was particularly good at baking wet-bottomed shoo-fly pies. He was a football fan who cheered for the Dallas Cowboys and he was a movie buff who seemed to know everything about movie trivia. He is survived by his children: Brenda L. wife of John Fulk, Lebanon; Francis L., Jr. and wife Tina Haulman, Lebanon; Sharon L. Brown, Palmyra; Vickie M. wife of Thomas Dangle, Lebanon; 14 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren; brother: Larry Haulman; sister: Sandy wife of Joseph Klein; several nieces and nephews as well as a long-time friend Lucy. He was preceded in death by brothers: Frederick, Jr., Gary and Nevin Haulman and sisters: Janice Baker and Tamera Marshall. Funeral services will be Friday at 2:00 P.M. in the Rohland Funeral Home, 508 Cumberland ST., Lebanon, PA 17042 where a time of visitation will begin at 1:00 P.M. “NO VIEWING” Interment will be made in the Covenant Greenwood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, January 31, 2014
  • Funeral Service Friday, January 31, 2014
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Christina Haulman

February 2, 2014

To me you were not just a man who passed away, you are a hero, soldier, father, grandfather, great grandfather, and someone we admire for your strength.

Alyssa Brown

January 31, 2014

You were such an incredible person. Selfless, devoted, sweet and a little stubborn too :) I am blessed to have had you as my grandfather. Thank you for all you have taught me and all you've done for me. I love you so much Papa! Til I see you again... <3

Heather Gaudette

January 31, 2014

Papa, you will be truly missed and forever loved!

John Fulk

January 30, 2014

Pop,That's what I called you from the first time I met you.You were like a father to me. You were there for every time I needed you, even for advice. We had great times together with joking around and laughing even with putting ex-lax in my cake. I will miss you very much I love you , You were a amazing Dad to me.

Brenda Fulk

January 30, 2014

To my dad the best dad a girl could ever ask for,you will be deeply missed our world won't be the same without you but the next world is gaining one heck of a soul. I will love you always and forever Love your daughter, Brenda

January 30, 2014

A man who gave everything and never expected anything in return...a man who loved his family so much...a man who always took the time to listen or lend a helping hand...a man who always put others before himself...a man who was struggling to breathe said,"Help the woman down the hall first"...I am truly grateful and deeply honored as this man is my "dad"...my heart is broken in so many pieces and the only ease i feel is knowing you are suffering no more and that I will see you again one day..."Rest In Peace" my dear dad, you will forever be in my heart....I Love You and Miss You So Much !

Sharon

Jennifer Crooke

January 30, 2014

My love for you is never ending. We were all so blessed to have you in our lives. I will never forget you. You are always in my heart.

V

January 30, 2014

My heart is shattered into a thousand pieces. No words can express how much you are loved and missed.

Joshua Haulman

January 29, 2014

We all love and miss you papa. p.s.- we might bury you with a can of doctor pepper :)

Cory Haulman

January 29, 2014

I always admired your strength and kindness, Papa. We all miss you and will see you again one day.