Raymond Huse
May 8, 1916 - June 30, 2011
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Raymond A. Huse, 95, of Punta Gorda, Florida, passed away Thursday, June 30, 2011 in Punta Gorda. Raymond was born in Hanover, New Hampshire on May 8, 1916. A retired professional electrical engineer and former Vice President for Public Service Electric & Gas Company of New Jersey, Raymond moved from his longtime home of Little…

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Frank Bachant left a message on August 17, 2011:
For the past 10-15 years I've gotten to know Mr. Huse fairly well by helping him with all his computer issues. He had 5 machines setup for following and trading stock and others for video editing and ect. It was always a joy listening to the stories he told about his lifetime. I heard stories from when he was a kid, through the military, working with the electric company, universities, ect. There are several of us at the shop that helped him and when we all would goto his house and come back to the shop we all had a similar amazement of the stories mr Huse told. He always seemed to want to figure out how everying worked much like myself. I connected with him in this way I and helped him understand more about computers and he helped me understand more about life. He was always teasing me about when I was going to have some kids. I've met thousands of customers over the course of my business and Mr Huse was one of the people I will never forget. Even though we met through business I considered him a friend. Rest in peace my friend.
Doug Hamill left a message on July 25, 2011:
Ray Huse was one of the greatest human beings I have ever known in this life. He had a curious intellect which was always thisty for knowledge and made him incredibly interesting and fun to be with. He loved his country and lived to make this world a better place for all of us. A warrior for freedom and all that is good in man has fallen. Ray's stories and experiences will always be a part of me and my families life. He was a father to me when I had none and a friend when I needed one. He would make the treck back to his New England roots in the summer when he and mom could travel and later after her death. We had wonderful times together here in Maine which will never be forgotten. Ray took care of my mother through her long bout with alzheimers and my brothers and I knew Mom was getting the best of care with the man who loved her so deeply. He holds angel status in my mind. Ray was my stepfather and friend for almost 40 years. I will miss him always and he will always be a part of me and my family.
Len and Harriet Mielke left a message on July 6, 2011:
We didn't know Ray for very long, but we spent many holidays with him and enjoyed Ray's company. He was a very interesting man and had many experiences which he shared with us. We will miss him.
Jerry and Ingrid Jensen left a message on July 4, 2011:
Ray was a dear friend and our very special neighbor for 26 years. We have so many happy memories of the times spent with Ray and Mary Lou. We shall miss him! Our thoughts and prayers go to Ray's family. May wonderful memories bring you comfort. He will live on in the hearts of everyone who loved him.
sharon winesett left a message on July 3, 2011:
Much comfort and strength to you all....you're in my thoughts and prayers!Knowing your father, Ray, has been a real pleasure and honor. We go back quite a few years and have shared some pretty interesting stories AND events! I've been missing him for some time now, miss his chats at the mailbox. How I will treasure his book on "the wonderful years", what a great life.......wishing all of you wonderful memories....as I will have! Sharon Winesett ( the lucky mail lady )!
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