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Daniel Paul Huff

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June 18, 2014
The last time I visited with Dan, catching up on our respective journeys, he pulled over on his motorcycle when I was out for a walk and we had a long talk. Frequently when I see a cycle go by now, Dan comes to mind. I miss him and our long-standing friendship which began when he was a student at Eugene Bible College. I have always loved how when we saw each other occasionally over the years we could pick up the threads as though no time had lapsed. Dan was so genuine and thoughtful. I am so thankful to have known him!
June 17, 2014
I loved Dan because he was such a good friend to my husband, Glen. He called and stopped by often. I first met him at JC Penneys, where he was shopping for a belt to impress this new girl he was dating . He normally didn't wear belts with his blue jeans, he said and I helped him pick out something appropriate. In the future to differentiate him from other Dans my husband knew, I would say, “Oh, you mean Dan the belt man.” Later, I met the delightful, Julie and later she helped us sell our house. I got to know Dan better while he helped us build our new house. He seemed to have an insight into the person he was talking with at that moment and communicated on such a personal level. We are missing you greatly, my friend.
June 17, 2014
It is hard to wrap thoughts around the fact that my friend has been gone a year. My heart is heavy and I miss him greatly. I first met Dan, while we were both working out at the Oakway Fitness Center. We talked about hunting and the episodes he had in the Snake River Canyon. He told me he hunted deer at the base of the North Sister in the "early High Cascade Hunt, I mentioned that I would like to do that and the next September we drew our tags. We went to Scott Lake at the base of the trail head and Dan took off. It was 4 miles up the trail to camp in the trees. I arrived about 20 minutes after Dan and he said that he wasn't sure I could make it! We had a good laugh. While we were laying under the stars at night we talked about our lives and a new girl he was dating. He really like her, but was not sure she would have much to do with a "pool man"....she drove a Mercedes and he thought she was out of his league. Guess what folks? She liked him, too! We love you Jules.
June 16, 2014
Sometimes you know almost instantly when you meet someone that you are going to be friends. Dan and Julie were that kind of people. Dan was a great friend to me, he was there for me when I needed a hand or just lent an ear to listen.
He told me once that he really wasn't afraid to try anything or take on any project. He said, "What's the worst thing that can happen, you have to hire someone else to fix it?"
I didn't know it at the time but I think I was one of those projects. We had some laughs, some great rides together and a serious conversation or two.
He was smart, kind, compassionate, honest and tough, all the things you want and need in a true friend. I miss you my friend, but I know God will be your riding buddy until we get there. You have and will always be there in my thoughts and prayers.
Rod Carlile
May 27, 2014
I will remember Dan as a rugged individualist who was his own man and lived his life accordingly. I will always remember him with respect.

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