Craig R. Huck

Cemetery Record Information

Full Name: Craig R. Huck


Birth: 1970
Death: July 1, 1997
Age: 27


son of Robert



Craig R. Huck, 27, of 342 Deer Trail Lane, Oakfield, died Tuesday, July 1, 1997, following a tragic traffic accident.

He was born on June 13, 1970, a son of Robert and Sandra Adelmeyer Huck.  He was a1988 graduate of Oakfield High School and was employed at Friday Canning Co. in Ripon.

He loved baseball and was a member of the Lomira-Theresa Legion Baseball team, which won the league championship in 1987.  He also was a member of the 1986 Oakfield High School state baseball championship team.  Mr. Huck also enjoyed bowling and golf.

Survivors include his parents; one sister, Kari Huck and her fiancé Eric Miller and their daughter, Alexandria of Oakfield; paternal grandmother, Eunice Huck of Fond du Lac; paternal aunts and uncles, Daniel Huck of fall River, Mass., Charles Huck and his wife Jackie of Bella Vista, Ark., Patricia Flaherty and her husband Mike of Fond du Lac, Jo Ann Hardgrove and her husband Tim of Fond du Lac, Judy Volk and her husband Gary of Howards Grove, and Mary Rossow and her husband Tom of Mayville; maternal aunt and uncle, Gary Adelmeyer and his wife Marlene of Oakfield; special cousins, Kurt Seyfert of Crivitz, and Shelly Steeno and her husband Brian; and many other beloved cousins and friends.

Preceding him in death were his paternal grandfather, Joseph Lloyd Huck; maternal grandparents, Vilas and Lorinda Lau Adelmeyer, aunts, Joy Adelmeyer Seyfert and Janice Adelmeyer; and one uncle, Dick Seyfert.

Services:  Funeral services will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at St. James Catholic Church in Oakfield. The Rev.  Donald J. Zerkel will officiate.  Burial will follow at Avoca Cemetery.

Visitation:  From 2 p.m. Thursday to the time of services at the church.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial in his name has been established at the Bank of Oakfield for the Oakfield Recreation Department.  Uecker-Witt Funeral Home is assisting the family.

The Reporter (Fond du Lac, Wisconsin)

02 Jul 1997, Wednesday,     Page 16