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Obituaries

February 13, 2013

Minnie M. Huck

Minnie M. Huck

STAMFORD _ Minnie M. Huck, 86, of Stamford, formerly of Davenport and Oneonta, passed away peacefully Monday, Feb. 11, 2013, at Robinson Terrace Nursing Home, Stamford, where she had resided since August 2004.

She was born Dec. 8, 1926, in Hobart, the daughter of the late Leslie and Hattie (Matthews) McLain. Minnie attended Charlotte Valley, Stamford and South Kortright schools. She attended and graduated from the Wilfred Academy in New York City for hairdressing and worked in New York City for a short time.

On Oct. 25, 1949, Minnie married Henry Huck at Tupper Lake. Henry predeceased her on May 5, 1958.

From 1946 to 1951, she worked in the Dietetic Department at Sunmount Tuberculosis Hospital in Tupper Lake.

Following her return to Oneonta, Minnie worked for Charles’ Hair Stylist in Oneonta for three years. She then owned and operated her own beauty shop, Powder Puff Beauty Salon and also Minnie’s Beauty Salon that she operated out of her home.

Minnie was a member of the Charlotte Valley Presbyterian Church, Davenport, where for many years she was an elder of the church and belonged to the church’s Women’s Society. She was also a 50-year member of the Charlotte Valley Rebekah Lodge No. 393 and was appointed as NYS Color Bearer from 1974 to 1975, by Rebekah Assembly President Isabelle VanDewerker and a past president of the Anna E. Wilber No. 4 Ladies Auxiliary Patriot Militant of Oneonta.

Minnie is survived by one sister, Anna N. McCulley of Davenport; one brother, Donald McLain and his wife, Carol of Davenport; one sister-in-law, Charlotte McLain of Florida; nieces and nephews, Jackie and Bill Fingar of Davenport, Bert and Chuck Barringer of Schenevus, Gary and Dawn McCulley of Davenport, Wayne McCulley of Schenevus, Laurie Fingar of Davenport, Carl and Connie McClain of Davenport, Scott McLain of Texas, Jessie and Eric Thorsland of Maryland, Samantha and Randy Knapp of Mount Vision and Billy McLain of Highmount; as well as several cousins, great-nieces and great-nephews.

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