Mary Lynn Hauschild of Lakewood, Colorado born October 22, 1933, entered into eternal life
November 4, 2019 with family and friends at her side.
Mary was born to Leona and AD Miller in Denver, Colorado.
She married Harley Eugene Fehlman on Valentine’s day 1953. They were blessed with an only
child, Harley Wayne.
Later in life Mary was joined in marriage Carter Leland Hauschild and soon after they were
sealed for time and all eternity in the Colorado L.D.S. Temple.
Mary was a devout member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. A loving and
devoted mother, grandmother, great grand-mother and aunt.
Many of Mary’s fondest childhood memories were trips to the mountains with her brothers and
grandparents. This love of the mountains extended into her adult life, she spent many of her
vacations as a single mother with her son in Estes Park, Grand Lake and Bailey, Colorado. She
also was always ready for a camping trip with her brothers Allen and Donald.
The Christmas holidays were special to Mary; as a grandmother besides spoiling her grandkids
she had to be with them overnight on Christmas eve and was always up before them so she
wouldn’t miss a moment of Christmas day.
Just weeks before her death Michael, Mary’s great-grandson was married bringing out-of-town
family and friends to Colorado and many visits to her. Her final moments were spent with
friends from the church near by and holding the hand of her granddaughter Laura.
Mary is survived by her son Harley Wayne Fehlman, four grand children Laura Martinez, Lisa
Piskule, Leslie Hurt and Donald Fehlman, and 16 great-grandchildren, a half sister Janice Rich,
two half brothers Allen David Miller and Anthony Miller, and step-son Doug Hauschild.
She was preceded in death by her husband Carter Leland Hauschild, brothers Allen Dale Miller,
Jr., Donald L Miller, and her parents.
Special thank you to Patty Engelbrecht and Pam Weaver for helping us navigate this difficult
time. The family is grateful for the extraordinary kindness and help of Mary’s church community
and the compassion of Elevation Hospice.