Edward P. Hudoba

New Hope, Minnesota

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Dear Hudoba family. I just retired from Dunwoody this past week and totally missed learning of Ed's death or I'd have been at his service. Kermit McDonald just called me to tell me. They were close colleagues at the union and I enjoyed getting them together in recent years. Ed was always an outstanding representative of the
Dunwoody alumnus. He will be missed by many. our sincere condolences to you all.

Our Uncle Ed will be greatly missed. I will allways remember his personal commitment to my education. He guided myself and many others in our family through his passionate connection with Dunwoody Institute. Uncle Ed was a "gentle-man" in every respect. He would allways check to be sure everyone was ok before his own concerns. His smile and strong handshake will surely be missed by my brothers, sister and myself. We hope for peace and comfort to his family and friends.

My thoughts and prayer are with all of you, especially Kathy. We never have our loved one long enough. You will all see him again. God promises. Lilli Cozzi

Ed was quite a guy...and had a most fulfilling life. His presence lit up the room. Our sympathy to all in the family...may you find comfort in all of the good times had and fond memories left behind as you celebrate his life. Our prayers from here are with you as you do so.

To the Hudoba Family~
I am so sorry for your loss. I had the chance to get to know Ed while my mother-in-law was a resident at Saint Therese. We had some nice visits and even found out that he knew the father of one of our very close family friends. From what I have read in today's paper it sounds like he had a wonderful life. I feel blessed to have known him even though it was only for a very short time.
Please know that you are in the thoughts and prayers of many at this time.


Edward's Obituary

Edward Hudoba passed away in New Hope, Minnesota. Funeral Home Services for Edward are being provided by Gearty-Delmore Funeral Chapels. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on February 28, 2013.