John F. Hausam

John Hausam Realtors

Then he stepped off the path.

In his oral history, John F. Hausam talks about his military service in the Korean conflict and how he unwittingly avoided death by stepping off a path. His platoon leader stayed on the path and lost his life because he stepped on a land mine. John was allowed to live 89 years, dying September 15, 2020. He studied and worked as a draftsman but later received his real estate license and established John Hausam Realtors. The company went on to become one of the largest real estate companies in Tulsa while giving back to the community through various charitable organizations.

John served as a National Director for the National Association of Realtors and was appointed to many committees of the Greater Tulsa Association of Realtors and was the past president of the local Multiple Listing Services. Many John Hausam real estate agents have lived very successful lives because John stepped off that path.

Interview with John F. Hausam

Program Credits:
John F. Hausam — Interviewee
Don King — Interviewer
Mel Myers — Announcer

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Date Created: June 17, 2020

Date Published: October 7, 2020

Notes: Recorded by John Erling in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Digital Audio Sound Recording, Non-Music.

Tags: Meningitis, Depression, Chamber of Commerce, Bethlehem Steel, December 7 1941, Tul-sa, Central High School, Public Service Company of Oklahoma, PSO, Coca Cola, North Korea, MacArthur, Army Reserves, Skelly Oil, Caldwell Banker