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John E. Hue

Neenah - JOHN E. HUE, 88, passed away on November 5, 2018 at home, surrounded by the love of family and friends.

John loved his family, reading, learning to use electronic "gadgets", and cheering on sports teams from his birthplace; Chicago, Illinois. John was a volunteer at Fort Atkinson Memorial Hospital for 17 years and was a past President of Fort Healthcare Partners.

Prior to moving to Jefferson, John lived on Lake Winnebago in Neenah. He was a Winnebago County Board Supervisor and Board Member of the Neenah library. John worked at The George Banta Company in Menasha for many years prior to his retirement. He received a Masters Degree from the University of Illinois in Champaign under the G.I. Bill. He honorably served our country in 3 Branches of the military; US Naval Reserve (at age 17) then the US Army and US Air Force between 1947-1951. John was stationed in Europe, during post World War II reconstruction.

John had a legendary dry with and sense of humor. He always made us laugh.

John is survived by his wife Carmella of 64 years of what John described as marital ecstasy and connubial bliss, son William (Dr. Laura Challoner) of Johnson Creek, daughter Antonette (Thomas) Laitsch of Madison, grandchildren Samuel Laitsch of Denver, Colorado and Jacqueline Laitsch of Madison.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Laura and William Robert "Bob" Burkes and father Herman Hue and brothers Roy and Donald Hue.

The family thanks his caregivers' at Fort Atkinson Memorial Hospital, all of his doctors and nurses and the caring staff at Rainbow Hospice.

In accordance with Johns wishes, there will be no visitation or services.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to The Vets Roll. Inc, 1777 Gardner Street, South Beloit, IL 61080 or Fort Healthcare Partners.

Visit www.schneidermichaelisfuneralhome.com to leave a condolence or light a candle in his memory.



Published in Appleton Post-Crescent on Nov. 8, 2018
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