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Theodore A. Huf

September 1, 1941March 22, 2021
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Theodore Huf ,79 passed away on 3/22/ 2021 at Treasure coast Hospice with family by his side during his journey. He was the Widower of Mary Lou Huf. They shared Over 20 years of marriage together.

He was born in Jacksonville FL. Son Of Theodore and Patty Rivers Huf. He was Employeed at Adelphi’s and Hyperion And Worked as an engineer. He was apart of the Amateur radio club and the Old-Timers Social club at the Stuart heritage museum. He enjoyed spending time with family, Fishing , watching NASCAR and football. He was a die hard Pittsburg Steelers fan!

He is Survived by Daughters Debbie Mashaw and Mary Lynn Elliott and son Tony Elliott. Grandchildren Ashley Pickard , Nicholas Mashaw, Amanda Elliott and Matthew Elliott And 3 great grandchildren Dylan, Ace and Luca Pickard.

He was predeceased by Father Theadore Huf, Wife Mary Lou Huf And Mother Patty Rivers Huf, Sister Anita Rossiter.

A Celebration of Life will be held on April 10th from 2pm-4pm at Aycock at Tradition. 12571 Tradition Parkway Port Saint Lucie, FL 34987 United States. (772) 618-2336


  • Celebration of Life

    Saturday, April 10, 2021

  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, April 10, 2021


Theodore A. Huf

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Greg and Jenny Lewis

April 5, 2021

We were so blessed to have know Ted. He was more than a friend. He was family. We celebrated many holidays, birthdays and just going out to dinner together. We also had great times playing cards, and talking about his memories of growing up in Stuart. We truly adored Ted. He was such a sweet man with such a gentle heart. We will miss you. You will remain our hearts forever. Till we meet again.

Donna Cusick

March 31, 2021

I will miss you my friend! My you rest in eternal peace! Our relationship was unique, just like us! Goodbye Ted, I love you.

Pam Minker

March 29, 2021

I got to meet your dad ( Teddy) when helping my sister clean his house. Even though we were just the cleaning ladies we used to sit down and talk with him a lot about whatever he may have been watching on TV (usually some kind of documentary).He was the sweetest ,kindest man I have met in a long time. When my son passed away nine months ago he was quick to offer to print a few pictures for me for the collage I had to make for his celebration of life. I will always remember him especially when I look at a photo he printed for me at Christmas. He liked it so much he said he may make one for himself. Prayers and peace to you and your family during this most difficult time. May he Rest In Peace.... love you Teddy. 🙏🏻❤️ Included is the photo he loved.

Nancy Fredricksen

March 29, 2021

Through the years have known Ted.
He’s been a special, caring and friend.
Doing his Mother’s hair for many years.
She certainly gave her son a caring part of her.
We have spent many hours going places.
Would say I’ll pick you up at the airport, what time?
Love to see the planes fly in.
Although he would say not flying for me.
One which always was special going to his class reunion dinners.
Growing up in Stuart we had many memories of the older days.
He would ask about a place oh yes I remember that.
Stuart Museum was a place for coffee then off to eat at Pig and Cattle.
Loved them ribs.

Then would talk for hours.
Will always cherish his special friendship.
Miss his phone calls checking in.
Being alone we always would check the day out.
Miss you my dearest friend.

Art Ondich

March 28, 2021

To Ted's daughters and grandchildren, and his friends, I share your loss of a very special loved one. I met Ted in the 6th grade in Stuart school, and liked him immediately. While my interest was in sports, and his interests were other, we hit it off from then through the rest of his life. I will miss him greatly, as he was always available and ready to talk to and aid in any way his classmates of '59.

Buddy Tillman

March 28, 2021

So sorry to see old friends pass. Ted and I grew up down the street from each other. Spent a lot of hour’s fishing at the old City Dock and other places. He was so valuable to the class of 1959. He will be missed by us all. Love you big guy, Buddy & Ruth

Brenda Johnson

March 26, 2021

We will miss Ted ; he was a part of our family’s life for the past few years. He enjoyed coming over for family gatherings and going out to the restaurants. He was such a nice person who would do anything to help his friends. Our boys will always remember going out to Conchy Joes and New England Seafood and Ted picking out his lobster. He enjoyed celebrating holidays with us and was such a dear friend to our family. We will miss him and our sympathies are with you.

The Johnsons. — Michael Brenda Edwin and Sam

James Shelton

March 25, 2021

Diane and I have had the privilege of knowing your dad since High School. Ted always had a smile and a kind work for everyone and he'll be missed from our times of Wednesdays' coffee. Sending comforting prayers to you and your family.

Mary Rhodes

March 24, 2021

Debbie and Lynn,
Barry and I were sadden to hear of your Dad's passing. Ted was a wonderful person to know and work with, he will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families.
Mary and Barry Rhodes

Daniel Rhodes

March 23, 2021

It was an honor to know Ted. Wishing Teds family the best.


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