born on October 25, 1942 on the family farm in Union Township to Percy and Lodemia
(Berg) Revels. She was the youngest of seven children. She attended
school at Maple Grove Elementary and Hillsboro High School.
married Frank Haugh on March 17, 1970. They spent 65 years together as a
couple. Frank and Mayva farmed in
Rockton and in White City, mostly growing tobacco with their family. They
moved in to Hillsboro in 1975.
the years, Mayva worked at the Hillsboro sewing factory, Hillsboro Bakery,
Country Style Cooking, and Swiss Colony. She also spent many hours in the
garden. Above all, she was a mother to three children, grandmother to
nine, and great grandmother to seven.
enjoyed crocheting, reading Old West novels, and watching the Green Bay
Packers. Her grandchildren would share that she did not like to be
interrupted when watching the game. One of her bucket list items was
fulfilled when she was able to go to a game at Lambeau Field. She always
wanted to see Mt. Rushmore, and she was able to do that as well.
loved to bake during the holidays with her great grandchildren. She loved
to play bingo and she loved playing the penny slot machines at the
casino. She loved all animals, especially those pets that were her
“grandbabies.” Her grandchildren remember her being that “sassy” little
grandma. She was fondly called many nicknames by her children and
grandchildren, “Gram”, “Grammy” and “Gram-Cracker.” They loved her smirk
and many stories about her younger days. She had so much love for her
family, but she especially doted on the great grandchildren. She loved
being with them more than anything else.
is survived by her husband Frank; children, Judith (Brian) Schlieckau, Joseph
(Robin) Haugh, and Jonathon Haugh; grandchildren, Lukas (Emily) Levy, Juliann
(Marques) Crary, Justin Haugh, Chase Haugh, Travis Haugh (Kristin Zumach),
Stephanie (James) Smizek, Autumn Schlieckau (Justin Mack) and Andrea
Schlieckau; great grandchildren, Makenna, Izabell, Jocelyn, Kase, Remy, August
and Ellie; brother, James (Tiny) Revels; sisters, Vivian Machovec, Arlene
Johnson, Leona (Kenneth) Kelbel and Lucy Scott; nieces, nephews, cousins, and
many other family and friends. She was preceded in death by her Parents;
brother, Bernie Revels and grandson, Brock Haugh.
remember her as a bright and cheerful spot in the toughest of times. She
lived a full life and gave her love unconditionally.
A Celebration of the Lives of Mayva and Frank Haugh will take place with a Memorial Funeral Service held on Saturday, October 23, 2021 at 12 noon at the Picha Funeral Home in Hillsboro, with Rev. Alan Tripp, officiating. A time of visitation will be from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Following the service, interment will be in the Rockton Cemetery, followed by fellowship at the Valley Community Center. The Picha Funeral Home in Hillsboro is assisting with arrangements.