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Scott Hauser, Louisville Seminary Alum and President’s Roundtable Member, Dies

Feb 18, 2017

Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary alum Scott Hauser (MDiv/MBA ’06) died Thursday, February 16, 2017, following an illness. He was 37 years old. Scott and his wife, Lara, have served on Louisville Seminary’s President’s Roundtable since 2011.

Scott HauserA native of Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania, Scott (pictured) served as Pastor and Head of Staff at Crossroads Presbyterian Church in Mequon, Wisconsin. Prior to Crossroads, Scott served for seven years as Pastor and Head of Staff at First Presbyterian Church in Clarion, Pennsylvania. Following his graduation from Louisville Seminary in 2006, Scott was recruited to a prestigious two-year Lake Institute Fellowship at Second Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis.

Louisville Seminary President Michael Jinkins said that Scott’s positive and ongoing support of Louisville Seminary will be greatly missed.

"Scott was a brilliant and devoted pastor, a greatly admired alum of Louisville Seminary, a trusted advisor on the President's Roundtable, and a beloved friend,” said Jinkins. “The sense of loss we feel today is beyond words, for ourselves, for his church, but most of all for his wife, Lara, their precious children, and their whole family. Please join me in praying that the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ will enfold them and all who loved Scott in God's own peace."

Scott is survived by his wife, Lara, and four children, Simon, Jackson, Lillie, and Charlie.

Visitation for Scott will take place at Schmidt & Bartelt Funeral Home (10280 N. Port Washington Road, Mequon, Wisconsin 53092) on Wednesday, February 22, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Funeral services will be held at Crossroads Presbyterian Church (6031 W. Chapel Hill Road, Mequon, Wisconsin 53097) on Thursday, February 23, at 11 a.m.
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