In Memory

Paul Dwight Huddle

Paul Dwight Huddle

He passed away peacefully August 24, 2016 at Kobacher House in Columbus,Ohio after a brief illness. He will be missed,especially by his wife Carol and daughter Carrie.

Obituary for Paul D Huddle

Paul Huddle, age 71, of Columbus, died Wednesday, August 24, 2016. He was preceded in death by his parents Marjorie and Berkley Huddle and his sister, Charlotte. He is survived by Carol, his wife of 45 years and his daughter, Carrie. He also leaves behind many loving family members and friends. The family will have calling hours at the RUTHERFORD-CORBIN FUNERAL HOME, 515 High St., Worthington, Ohio 43085, from 4-7 pm. on Monday, August 29. The funeral service will be held at Overbrook Presbyterian Church 4131 N. High St., Columbus, Ohio, on Tuesday, August 30, at 11 am. Preceding the funeral, family will receive friends from 10-11am. A private burial will be held later. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to The American Diabetes Association or to Overbrook Presbyterian Church. Condolences to the family can be left at 

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08/25/16 01:41 PM #1    

Stephen Timothy Bosh

Goodbye  Paul Huddle! See you  on  the  other  side. You will  be  missed!

08/25/16 02:33 PM #2    

John H Hix Jr

Paul was my cousin, but we grew up more like brothers. I never thought of the difficulties he faced with both diabetes and dialysis because he didn't let anything stop him.
From fishing to travel to a frequent euchre game, he lived life to the fullest.
He and Carol were at Universal Studios in Florida just before his final battle began.
Fortunately, for me, I was able to visit him and say goodbye just hours before he died.
I will miss him so much.

08/25/16 09:16 PM #3    

David Haldeman

Lots of memories of hanging out with Paul.  Maybe at thet grand reunion in the sky, we'll all get to hang out again!

08/27/16 02:44 PM #4    

Robert Edwin (Bob) Hinklin

Farewell for now to Dupple!  Our classmate Bob Halberstein named Paul with this moniker, and he was not averse to it at all. He even used it as part of his e-mail address.  Dupple had the most level and fun loving personality of just about anyone.  Paul knew how to be a friend, and a top quality, caring, lifelong friend. Dupple, or Hud Pud if yiou prefer, also had the unique trait of never losing that inner child within him that could enjoy fun and tackle life with energy and enthusiasm, even when his health was failing. He proudly bragged about zip lining earlier this year in the Carolinas, even though his very limited vision was a hindrance....but not his spirit.  I learned about living graciously, and with joy, and without much complaint from this great friend.  Rest well, Dupple, and prepare some more zip lines for the rest of us to enjoy with you some day!  You have always been my friend, and I am grateful.  Hink  

08/27/16 03:23 PM #5    

Gloria Ann Gruber (McMahan)

Paul and I grew up together on Olney Ave. and went to school from 1st grade on.  He was a gentle soul and I have enjoyed keeping up with him at our class reunions. He will be missed and my sympathies go out to his wife, Carol who made sure he made it to our reunions and his daughter.  Paul was truly one of the GOOD GUYS.


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