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Pierce Breckenridge HUETE

1989 - 2014 | Obituary Condolences
Pierce Breckenridge HUETE Obituary
HUETE Pierce Breckenridge Huete, born May 03, 1989, passed away February 08, 2014. He was 24. Pierce was born and raised in Houston, Texas and graduated from Lamar High School in 2007. Pierce joined the Navy in 2010 and was stationed in Mayport, FL. Pierce lived in Jacksonville, FL where he met and lived with his wife, Cassandra R Huete, who he married on November 11, 2011. MMFN Pierce B. Huete took great pride in serving his country and doing his duties correctly. His achievements were many. He was an outstanding air conditioning, refrigeration technician Enginemen and watch stander on The USS Farragut at Naval Station Mayport in Mayport, FL. Pierce had served a 10 month deployment overseas between June and April 2012. Pierce loved nature and the great outdoors. He took great pride in living a healthy lifestyle. He loved gardening, permaculture, and sustainable living. Pierce grew up on bicycles and rode them his whole life. He was the first in the nation for BMX as a child. Everyone knew Pierce for his incredible intellect. He loved reading, had a thirst for knowledge and planned to attend college after leaving the Navy. He longed to do something meaningful and great for the world. Pierce is survived by his loving wife of over 2 years, Cassandra R Huete and his loving family: father, Dr. Kenneth Huete; mother, Ann Bott and her husband, Don Bott; brother, Neal Huete and his sisters, Kristine Huete and Darci Burroughs; four nieces and one nephew. Pierce will also be very missed by his shipmates and his ship will also feel the effect of the loss of this hardworking sailor. A Memorial Service will be held at 1:00 PM on Saturday, February 15, 2014 at The Chapel on Mayport Naval Base. Black attire is to be expected, especially by civilians. Military dress uniform is an acceptable option for military attending. Arrangements are made by his wife, The US Navy and Corey-Kerlin Funeral Home. Please Sign the Guestbook @
Published in the Florida Times-Union on Feb. 14, 2014
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