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In Loving Memory...


Oscar J. Huso Jr.

Oscar Joseph Huso Jr. age 92 of Aneta, ND died Monday June 12, 2017 at Northwood Deaconess Health Center in Northwood, ND.

 

Oscar was born January 18, 1925 in Lenora Township, Griggs County, ND, the son of Oscar and Signa (Engen) Huso.  He grew up in the area and graduated from Aneta High School in 1942, and entered the US Army in 1946.  After his military service, he attended NDSU and graduated in 1952.  Oscar married Nola Westman on October 6, 1951 at Sundahl Lutheran Church in Aneta, ND.  The couple lived on the family farm where they worked and raised their 5 children for over 65 years. 

 

Oscar served on boards for his church and community.  He was a 4-H leader for over 50 years, and the 1994 Polled Hereford man of the year for North Dakota. 

 

Oscar is survived by his wife Nola of Aneta; children Odin Jim (Brenda) Huso of Aneta, Jane (Fred) Lukens of Aneta, Nathan (Theresa) Huso of Eagan, MN, and Holly Huso of Minnetonka, MN; daughter-in-law Angela Huso of Parkton, MD; grandchildren Katie (Nathan) Pinke, Robbie (Jenn) Lukens, Kirsti (Mike) Craig, Joseph Lukens, Nicholas Huso, Tait Huso, Walker Huso, Vienna Huso, Wyatt Huso, and Logan Huso; great-grandchildren Hunter, Elizabeth, and Anika Pinke, Elijah Lukens, Nola, Hakkon, and Odin Oscar Craig; sister Eunice Stine of Fargo, ND; and his nieces and nephews.

 

Oscar is preceded in death by his parents, son David Huso, and sister Donna Plunkett.

 

The funeral service will be Sunday, June 18, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. at Sundahl Lutheran Church, Aneta, ND.  Visitation will be one hour prior to service in the church.  Military honors will be by Edward A. Broberg American Legion Post 16, Aneta, ND.  Interment will be in Silent Hill Cemetery, Aneta, ND. 

 


Posted Condolences:

Our deepest sympathy to the entire family.  I met Osacr when I was interviewed by the Aneta School Board in 1980.  He was interested in my 4-H background.  He will be missed by many in Aneta, in the church, and community.  His active role in the turkey BBQ will always be remembered.  Again, deepest sympathy to all. - Barb and Eugene, Sara, David and Megan Locken

May God comfort your family at this time of loss.  Praise God for He is Faithful forever! - John Johannes

 

Thinking of your family upon the passing of Oscar.  It was an honor to have had the chance to get to know him.  I know he enjoyed continuing to be involved with the farm and I know how proud the family was to have him there.  His gracious smile and gentle demeanor will certainly be missed.  With sincerest sympathies.

- Colin Clarke

 

Our deepest sympathy to the family. In memory of Oscar and in honor of his family and extended family, we invite the relatives to noon meal at Aneta community center Sunday from 11:30 to 1:00.  (Aneta All Faith service starts at 10 o'clock at the park if the weather is favorable )This will be put on by cousins Don and Joan,Mark and Sammy, Scott and Elizabeth , Aileen and  Ed,
and Jason and Dawn


Our deepest sympathy to the family. In memory of Oscar and in honor of his family and extended family, we invite the relatives to noon meal at Aneta community center Sunday from 11:30 to 1:00.  (Aneta All Faith service starts at 10 o'clock at the park if the weather is favorable )This will be put on by cousins Don and Joan, Mark and Sammy, Scott and Elizabeth, Aileen and  Ed, and Jason and Dawn.

 


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