Richard G. Huhn

Born: Wed., Mar. 11, 1970
Died: Tue., Oct. 30, 2018


Visitation

2:00 PM to 6:00 PM, Sun., Nov. 18, 2018
Location: Union Garden Fire Company


Memorial Gathering

2:00 PM Sun., Nov. 18, 2018
Location: Union Garden Fire Company


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Richard G. Huhn, 48, of Hazlet, passed away Tuesday, October 30th, after a valiant battle against lung cancer at Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital in New York. Richard was born in Belleville, New Jersey on March 11, 1970, a beloved and loving son of Doris Huhn of Hazlet and the late William R. Huhn. He resided in Bloomfield before moving to Hazlet 13 years ago. Rich was an audio and visual technician at International Audio and Visual in Whippany. He enjoyed camping and spending time outdoors. His passion in life was music. Rich played several instruments, including the bass guitar, trumpet, piano and drums. Rich also had a great love of animals. His dog Mallory and cat Oscar will miss his company and he will be deeply missed by his mother, wife and children.
   Richard is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 25 years, Amy Huhn and their two sons James and Nicholas. Rich also leaves behind his brother and sister-in-law, William "Billy" and Lisa Huhn  along with their children Louis, William and Kaitlin; and his sister and brother-in-law Lynda and Joe Hable, along with their children Joe and Sarah;  He will also be greatly missed by his Uncle Gary Huhn, Aunt Barbara Troxel, sister-in-law Becky Van Sant, niece Bobbi-Lynn, Brother-in-law Brooks Van Sant, and cousins; Darlene Robbins, Michael Robbins, Michelle Huhn, Late Gary Huhn, Bonnie Morris, Robert Morris, Chris Morris, Patti Carnes, William Smith and great-cousins.
A Memorial Gathering will take place at the Union Garden Fire Company. 235 Park Avenue, Park Ave and Park Street in Union Beach, from  2- 6 pm on Sunday, November 18th.

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Quintin "Bambi" Caldwell
   Posted Wed October 31, 2018
I have no words. Brothers eternal.

Henry Riccio
   Posted Thu November 01, 2018
I never knew Rich as a close personal friend, but I did know of him for many years through mutual friends. Such a sad time for us all when a loved one passes away and is called back to God. Praying that Richard may rest in eternal peace until the time we are all united once more in spirit.
"God Gives Us Love; Someone to Love, He Lends Us."

Annie
   Posted Thu November 01, 2018
Rip Richie 🙏 🕯️ gone to soon

Leslie D. Marsh Finnertu
   Posted Thu November 01, 2018
Dear Huhn Family, Richie was a sweet friend. I haven't seen him or known him really since our high school years, but he was the best. He was very mild-mannered, calm, comforting --but he still had a slightly sharp edge to him. Meaning: He didn't stand for any crap.

I didn't know him really well, but I did know him well enough that he was well worth knowing. I'm not surprised about his musical talents. He was always passionate about it.

I am very sad that someone so young has passed so soon. It isn't ok.

Dear Richie, you'll be missed. I haven't seen you for years but I will miss you, your family will miss you, and I know Amy and the boys will miss you. I hope you have peace now after your struggle, and I wish peace for your loved ones as well.

Leslie

Scott Hamilton
   Posted Thu November 01, 2018
Amy, I hope you and your children can find comfort in all of the loving memories you've shared. I didn't know him, but since I know you, I know he was a good man. May he rest peacefully, as you and your family gain the needed strength to keep going. God Bless!

Maggie Campbell
   Posted Fri November 02, 2018
What a sweet hometown hero/brother in the burbs.
Blessed to have known him and Amy. Prayers out to his family

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