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Anna "Anya" Faith Hauber
February 2, 1991 ~ February 18, 2023 (age 32) 32 Years Old
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Anna Faith Hauber (Anya Kuznetsova) passed away Saturday, February 18, 2023, from injuries sustained in a car accident. Anya was born on February 2, 1991 in Russia, and was adopted by her parents Charles and Karen Hauber of Broomall, PA on December 2, 2005. Anya’s younger sister Kristina was adopted with her. Together, the two sisters acclimated to their new family and language. Anya graduated from Pennsylvania Leadership Charter School in June 2010 and studied graphic design at Delaware County Community College.
During her teen years, Anya enjoyed ballet and worship dance at Good Samaritan Dance Academy and her home school volleyball team, the Hot Peppers. Many deep and lasting friendships, which she treasured, were formed in these activities. As an adult, Anya moved to Bucks County. She enjoyed friends, nature, bonfires, the beach, fishing, and music.
Anya loved to cook. She made delicious Russian-style borscht, which she loved to share with others. Anya used her cooking skills in her career in catering and as a member of a Home & Event Staff Team for a local family. Anya also loved to craft and sew gifts and items for her home. Anya had a green thumb, enjoying cultivating many types of house plants. She was artistic and took beautiful photos, especially black & white close-ups of items in nature. She loved her dogs dearly.
Anya is survived by her parents as well as her grandparents Homer and Miriam Weaver, sister Kristen (Mitchell) and brother-in-law Timothy Mitchell, sister Melissa (Hauber-Özer) and brother-in-law Mehmet Özer, sister Claudia Hauber, brother Ethan Hauber, brother Evan Hauber, and sister Kristina Hauber, as well as her sister Yulia Mihalchik in Russia. Anya also has five precious nieces and nephews, many aunts, uncles and cousins, and many dear friends who were like extended family to her. Anya was predeceased by her birthparents and her beloved brother Roman in Russia.
All who knew Anya describe her as sweet and gentle. She thought the best of people and treated everyone with kindness. She will be greatly missed by all who loved her.