Robert Howard Haugan, 72, died at his home of 34 years in Lilliwaup, WA on Thursday, February 7, 2013. He was born on June 14, 1940 in Snohomish, WA to Roy Howard and Helen (Seagar) Haugan. Robert married Nora (Walsh) Haugan on May 30, 1993 in Shelton, WA. He had previously been married to Ann Roche, divorced in 1992 and Dorothy Fulmer, divorced in 1990. Robert was a self-employed auto mechanic in Hoodsport, WA and had previously been employed by various auto dealerships from Tacoma to Olympia prior to moving to Lilliwaup in 1978. He loved driving the Forest Service roads exploring Mason County and he collected pigs. He was preceded in death by his father, Roy Haugan; mother, Helen Haugan; and brother, Jim Brandt. Robert is survived by his wife, Nora Haugan of Lilliwaup, WA; sister, Elaine Kneeble of Sumner, WA; daughters, Tracy Hancock, Lisa Parker and Cristine Haugan all of Puyallup, WA; stepson, Robert Crump of Hoodsport, WA; stepdaughter Kathleen Crump of Elma, WA; grandson, Brian Hancock of Olympia, WA; granddaughters, Julie Linterman, Gina Valiani both of Puyallup, WA, Amanda Brown of Federal Way, WA and Samantha Brown of Spanaway, WA; step grandson, Gary Cooper of Elma, WA; step granddaughter, Kelsi Cooper of Elma, WA; great grandsons, Joey Robison and Brody Linterman both of Puyallup, WA. A memorial service was held at his bedside by his family and closest friends. Memorial donations can be sent to St. Germain’s Episcopal Church in Hoodsport, WA.