David Roger Hauk

David Roger Hauk born December 8, 1953, of Carlisle, went to be with our Lord March 2, 2024. David was a member of the Trinity Chapel Baptist Church of Carlisle. He graduated from Pulaski Technical School in North Little Rock, Arkansas. He was a loyal employee of Remington Arms for nearly 50 years and was the proud recipient of numerous awards from Remington for his perfect attendance.

David’s parents, Harold Fred Hauk, Jr. and Eva Sue (Flynn) Hauk, his grandparents Fred Hauk and Louise Hauk all of Carlisle, Arkansas preceded him on his journey with the Lord.

He is survived by his loving wife of 52 years, Debbie Lorene (Mutters) Hauk; his daughter, Mary Christine Hauk-Harris (Tom) of Little Rock, Arkansas; his son, Frederick David Hauk (Kim) of Trumann, Arkansas; his beloved grandchildren, Hailee Hauk, Raygan Hauk, and Owen Hauk. David is also survived by his brother Jimmy Hauk (Tena) of Carlisle, Arkansas; his special cousin Billy Flynn (Renee) of Little Rock, Arkansas; his sister-in-law and part-time caretaker  Mary Mutters-Edelmann (Chris) of Benton, Arkansas; his brother-in-law Gordon Mutters (Lisa) of Van Buren, Arkansas;  one uncle, and a multitude of nieces, nephews and cousins.

The celebration of David’s life will begin with visitation on Saturday, March 9, 2024 from 9:30AM to 10:30AM at the Trinity Chapel Baptist Church in Carlisle, Arkansas, celebration to follow at 10:30AM officiated by Reverend Jimmy  D. Byrum.  Interment will follow at the Hamilton Cemetery located south of Carlisle.

3 thoughts on “David Roger Hauk”

  1. Sandra strickland

    He was a very polite man and always spoke to everyone when he worked at Remington. I am very sorry for the loss of your loved one

  2. Patty Nichols Merrick

    I’m sorry to learn of the loss of a dear friend & classmate. II’ll always remember his smile & that Black curly hair & always with Debbie. To be absant from the body but Present with Our Lord and Savior us a promise for believers. Take your rest David , you fought a long and enduring fight. Forever in my heart & memotries.
    Patty Nichols Merrick, CHS 72

  3. Steve Tumbleson

    I worked with David many years at Remington. He was a great guys, always good for a laugh. He will be truly be missed, prayers of comfort for family.

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