Robert H. Havemann (’54)

Robert Havemann, age 88, of Sun City, Georgetown, Texas, formerly of Houston, Texas, passed away September 20, 2020. He was born in Houston, Texas February 7, 1932 and grew up in Houston Heights. Robert and his wife Jean moved to Sun City in January 1999 and have enjoyed living here and acquiring many new friends who have also moved here from all over the country. He enjoyed playing bocce and working at the woodshop, making several furniture pieces for their home and many other activities. He was preceded in death by his parents, Hugo and Eleanora Havemann and his brother Leroy. Robert is survived by wife Jean, his daughters Donna Iwama, Laurie Alsobrooks and her husband Mike, Susan and husband Terry Ackers, Anita and husband Don Greive, nine Grandchildren and fourteen great grandchildren, his sister Marilyn Allen in Huntsville, Texas, one stepson Duane Kelley wife Janeth and daughter Michelle and son David in Houston, a stepdaughter-in-law Rose Kelley Bailey and her two sons Bobby and Kenny, and other loving relatives and dear friends. Robert received a B.S. Degree from the University of Houston and a commission in the U.S. Army as Second Lieutenant in 1954. Shortly after graduating he was ordered to active duty at Fort Lee, VA for two years. He returned to Houston and began his career in commercial and petrochem design and construction.. He worked for over forty years in the design and construction of high rise and other commercial buildings as well as refinery and chemical plants. For several years Robert volunteered at the Sun City Scott and White Clinic. Robert was a member of the Worship Place in Sun City. In Lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Robert’s memory to the Worship Place or charity of your choice. You may share a message or memory on our online guestbook at To send a flower arrangement to the family of Robert Hugo Havemann

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