Anwarul Huda
Anwarul Huda, 85, of Ashland, died peacefully with his family by his side. He was married for more than 55 years to his beloved wife, Shafia Huda. Born in Kanpur and educated in Lucknow, India, he moved to Pakistan to find a better life for his family. He served in the Civil Service and eventually joined the Ministry of Foreign Service of Pakistan. He was assigned to the Pakistan Mission to the United Nations in New York City in 1968, where he lived for 30 years and raised his six children. He moved to Framingham to be closer to his children and grandchildren. He is survived by his wife; six children, Fozia, Manshoorul, Faiza, Rizwan, Qamar-ul, and Yasmin. He is also survived by his daughter-in-laws, Farida, Diane and Rena, as well as his son-in-laws, Arshad, Parwez, and Marvin. He was a loving grandfather to 10 grandchildren, whom he loved playing chess and sharing intimate moments together. He will be remembered for his gentle, compassionate nature and dedication to his family and faith tradition. For memorial donations please consider his favorite humanitarian organization, Edhi Foundation.

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Published by The Ashland Tab from Feb. 3 to Feb. 10, 2013.
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Dear Qamar, Salam. I check my facebook messages no more than twice a year, but learning of the return of your father as he did to whence he came after such a good life was wonderful. As I learned as the head of a hospice in South Chicago eight years ago, for good people the closer one comes to death the more wonderful is life, until the peak moment comes when one's body finally shuts down for good. This should be a happy moment also for you, in sha'a Allah. Fi aman Allah, Bob Crane.
Robert Crane
February 12, 2013
Condolences to you & your family, Riz. The tribute depicts a wonderful man who, I'm sure, will be missed. May his legacy continue to bless & inspire, not only those who knew him, but all who his life touched. Your dedication through law school inspires me & I know now that your commitment to service & others is a quality your father must have had.
Zahrah
February 7, 2013
So sorry for your loss.I had the pleasure of knowing your father when he was at wingate and my father in law John was his roommate.thoughts and prayers to his family.Sincerely
Sandy Kasaras
February 6, 2013
What a beautiful tribute. Condolences to the entire family.
Sincerely, Sharlene Rossi
February 6, 2013
Hello Rizwan,

Sorry to hear about your Dad. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May Allah give you courage to bear such a great loss.

With Sympathy,

Hanishi A.
Hanishi A.
February 4, 2013
My prayers are with you and your family. I am sorry for your loss
Christian Infantolino
February 4, 2013
To dear Qamar-ul and his loving family, in this hard time when you all suffered a great loss, we think of you...

Renata and Bill Stuebner
February 3, 2013
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