Harold ?Jim?-Husk-Obituary

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Harold ?Jim? Husk

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Sorry I missed the funeral service.
Jim and I become very good friends over the years of waiting on him at Integra Bank. We would tell each other everything. I feel I knew all of his family and friends. My sympathy to all. Rest in peace friend Betty Conrad

So sorry to hear of Jim's passing. Condolences to the family. Knew
Jim from about 7th grade on when he and his parents lived across from Bayard Park and on through Bosse High when his parents had moved to outer Lincoln. He was always a unique person and so much fun to be around. Sometime around our Sophomore year he took several of us to a new restaurant he had found on I think 3rd Street (Tomaso's comes to mind ?) where a new food called "Pizza" was being introduced. He had...

I met Jim when he was in college. I have fond memories with Jim and his dad and mother, Ollie and Ruth. Marilyn and family, you have my sympathy...from an old friend and neighbor from Newburgh Road and Morningside Drive.

Our Thoughts and Prayers are with the family during this time. We remember Jim from our Bosse days and when he opened his shop on lincoln Ave.

Chuck and Bettye (May) Cox

I would just like to thank everyone who said such kind words about Jim. He was all of those things and more. It was nice to see so many of his friends at the service.....special thanks to the Hadi Shriners, Masonic Lodge 64, and Ziemers. Just remember....we can still all honor him by stopping by Una Tu Pizza and getting one of those awesome pizzas or stroms:) Kevin will be happy to help you!!

Jim and I were in the same class at Bosse. I haven't seen him in years but he and my brother, Ben Billings, were good friends. Just a note to his family to say he was a fun, and nice person. Sorry I hadn't seen him in a long time even though I returned to Eville after I retired.

I knew Jim back in the late 70's when I worked at Ray Jr's. He would sometimes bring us a pizza late at night,they were so good! He was such a nice man and I'm sorry I didn't know him in more recent years. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

I remember Mr. Jim when he had the pizza shop on Lincoln, where McFarland Baptist church is now. I was a teenager then. A lot of us teenagers used to go in Mr. Jim's shop to get pizza. Whenever I would order a pizza, I wanted Mr. Jim to make my pizza. No one else could make those pizzas like Mr. Jim and he was always friendly when you went in there. Family, I didn't know him personally but I loved his pizzas. I will be praying for you all that God will give you strenght through your...


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