Alan Glenn Hauver, 31, of Grandview passed away Monday, Nov. 24, 2008.

He was born on Aug. 1, 1977 in Sunnyside. Following his graduation from Prosser High School in 1995, he joined the Marines and served his country. He achieved an honorable discharge in 2004.

He married Kristy Piper of Oregon City, Ore. on Sept. 21, 2005. He loved and enjoyed his son. It was Phenex who brought him the greatest joy.

He most recently had been employed at Valley Manufacturing in Sunnyside. However, it was his jobs as a cook he really enjoyed. He loved comic books, music and Guitar Hero. He loved collecting Spiderman memorabilia and movies.

He was special and loved by all. He was a daddy first, but he will always be our son and our big brother. He will continue to be remembered as that fun uncle who just couldn't wait to play with his nephews. He will always be a beloved grandson. He will be remembered as that smiley little nephew who grew up to be a young man. He will always be that cousin that can't be replaced. He was a friend who will be greatly missed.

He is survived by his son, Phenex Hauver; his parents, Glen and Cheryl Hauver of Grandview; one brother, Aric (Brooke) Hauver of Sunnyside; one sister, Christy Hauver of Grandview; two very special nephews, Cannon and Carter; and grandparents, Rita Hauver of Grandview, Genevive McIntosh of Sunnyside and Kathy Koch of Prosser. He will also be greatly missed by numerous uncles, aunts, cousins and friends.

He was preceded in death by his mom, Connie McIntosh-Hauver; three grandpas, Gene Hauver, Bill McIntosh and Chris Koch.

The funeral service was today, Dec. 1, 2008, at 2 p.m. at Valley Hills Funeral Home in Sunnyside.

Valley Hills Funeral Home in Sunnyside is in charge of arrangements.


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