Robert T. Hauman of Butler, PA, (formerly of Chicora, PA) went to be with God on July 20, 2014. He was born in Lubbock, TX on July 22, 1943, the son of the late Lena Ruth Rymer Hauman Higgins and Robert T. Hauman, Sr. He was the beloved step-son of Robert E. Higgins.

Ted was an active member of Zion Church of Petroleum Valley in Karns City, PA, where he served cheerfully in any capacity to which he was asked.

Ted grew up in Glenville. Having completed his doctoral degree at the University of Pittsburgh, he went on to become a licensed psychologist who worked at a variety of jobs during his career: teacher in Kingwood, WV; school counselor at Mt. Lebanon Schools, Pittsburgh, PA; instructor at Duquesne University; executive director of Clarion County Mental Health Center; psychologist for Armstrong County Area Agency on Aging; and psychologist in private practice in East Brady, Cowansville, Petrolia, and Leeper, PA.

Outside of work and during retirement Ted was an avid golfer, woodworker, hunter, and fisherman who also enjoyed reading western fiction, traveling, and spending time with his family.

Ted left behind his loving wife, Patricia Yearick Hauman of Butler, PA; his cherished children, Robert T. (Susan) Hauman of Culpeper, VA; Kristin L. Hauman of Pittsburgh, PA; and Andrew R. (Lynda) Hauman of State College, PA; his grandson, Marshall Hauman; an Uncle, William (Mary) Rymer of St. Albans, WV; two cousins, Michael (Samata) Sturm and Stephen Sturm both of Morgantown; and several nieces and nephews.

The family of Robert T. Hauman received friends at their residence at 108 Crabapple Drive, Butler, PA. Celebration of life and interment followed at Penn Forest Natural Burial Park in Verona, PA.

Contributions in Ted’s memory may be sent to Glenville High School Alumni Scholarship Fund, John D. Gainer, Treasurer, 20 Cabern Drive, Hurricane, WV 25526.


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