Thornhill Valley Chapel

1400 S Pines Rd, Spokane Valley, WA


Hayden Vance Hauck

August 17, 1992January 7, 2020

Hayden Vance Hauck was born on August 17, 1992 and passed away on January 7, 2020.


  • Visitation Friday, January 17, 2020


Hayden Vance Hauck

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Linda Ehry

January 15, 2020

Hayden, Our time with you was too short!
I am blessed to have met you. Your beautiful smile, your sweet spirit, your positive encouragement, a true friend to many...… You will be forever missed.

May the peace of God, which passes all understanding, keep your hearts. Philippians 4:7

Shawna Snyder

January 15, 2020

There are so many fond memories that Hayden and I shared over the course of the past 4 years. Hayden was someone that always made you comfortable to be around and want to listen to. I could listen to his stories for hours because he was well diverse in many different topics and he had a way of sharing stories that was fun to listen to. Hayden was a daring, bold and a down right fun natured person. He always lived his life to his full potential and didn’t let anyone stand in his way. He also had his soft side, that many didn’t get to see. At times, Hayden could be a little shy and doubted his own capabilities. However, you could quickly turn his thinking around to a work in progress goal and there was never a time that he didn’t far exceeded any personal or professional goal that the set for himself. Hayden was unique in that he had a true passion for both his personal self and his professional career. He had life goals and had a clear path to how he was going to achieve then. Even though his life was too short, he made an impact on every person that he crossed paths with. Hayden will be missed dearly and it saddens me that I, along with everyone else will no longer have the pleasure to listen to his grand stories. Rest in peace my dear friend!

Melissa Graham

January 15, 2020

I’ll never forget the moment we just clicked. It was my 3rd or 4th day in the department and you were wearing your fuzzy fox hood. We were riding in the elevator and you turned to me with the biggest, most welcoming smile on your face and asked “HEY!!! Aren’t you the new girl??” From then on, you pulled me out of my comfort zone (from playing UNO with the largest cards I have ever seen with people that I didn’t even know, to going to office events that I normally would work through because I didn’t want to interact with that many people) and it gave me some of the best memories. All the times you would come over and sit on my desk just to make sure I was understanding what I was doing, talks about make up pallets, lumpia, and music. You were always more concerned about how I was handling everything and when asked how you were doing, you would always divert the question. Absolutely one the most loving, amazing individuals I have ever met in my lifetime, and I’m thankful to have had the opportunity to call you my friend.
You will forever be missed.

Tracy Mahuiki

January 14, 2020

Hayden, you were such an exceptional, incredible person. Kind and generous, fun and genuine. Truly one of a kind. I am so fortunate to have had the privilege of working with you and getting to enjoy your company. I'll miss you deeply Ashitaka, rest in peace.

Samantha Kopp

January 14, 2020

It's difficult to pick one memory. Lunch break was my favorite part of the day. We would watch drag queens on his phone, or silly videos, play games or talk about everything. He will be missed.

Chris Palmer

January 14, 2020

Oh Hayden, you dear and beautiful young man.

You, who would light up a room with just a smile, who would take the lead in raising money for worthwhile causes, and who would cackle wildy over some of the most inappropriate comments/topics.

I will miss you so.