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2460 East County Road E
White Bear Lake, MN 55110
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William Huot

William John Huot Sr.

Sunday, May 23rd, 1926 - Wednesday, July 15th, 2020
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Huot
William
Formerly of Mahtomedi
Age 94
William (“Bill” or “One More Bill") J. Huot passed away peacefully at Polar Ridge Senior Living on July 15 at the age of 94. His wife of 68 years Therese and two brothers preceded him in death. His five children William J. Jr., Michele Buck (Tom), Jaci Guglielmi (Tom), Paul (Jeanine) and Greg (Lauren), seven grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren will miss him greatly. Immediately after graduating from St. Thomas Academy, Bill joined the Army Air Corps during World War II and served in Okinawa, Japan at the end of the war. When his military service ended, Bill rejoined the family business, Huot Manufacturing, eventually becoming its president. He saw the company through some very tough times and was proud that the firm always made payroll. Bill was very active in many organizations, including the Society of Manufacturing Engineering (president), Lions Club (district governor), Saint Paul Club (treasurer), Knights of Columbus, Winter Carnival (Prime Minister 1964) and the St. Paul Norska Torska Klubben. For many years, Bill helped the Lions Club sell concession tickets every year at the Minnesota State Fair and transported corneas for transplants. Bill was an avid photographer, reader of nonfiction and he loved to travel. Due to Covid-19, no flowers please.
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  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Wednesday, July 22nd, 2020 | 11:30am
    When
    Wednesday, July 22nd, 2020 11:30am
    Location
    Private Family Service
    Address
    Address Not Available
    Officiant
    Father Ettore Ferrario
  • Interment

    Location
    Resurrection Cemetery
    Address
    2101 Lexington Avenue Sough
    Mendota Heights, Minnesota 55120
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Our most heartfelt sympathies on the loss of your Dad. The Dean's, Vosbergs and Cunningham/Dennis families.

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Paul Huot Posted at 08:56pm

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Paul Huot

Posted at 08:05am
William J. Huot Sr Eulogy

Dad was born in the roaring twenties, grew up in the Great Depression, his high school years were World War II. Living through all these events built a stronghold of firm beliefs in his religion, his country, and his family. I am sure each of us has a favorite memory of dad while growing up. Mine is going to Summit farms to buy milk on Saturday mornings. They also sold a variety of pop and the kids that were there could pick the flavors they wanted to to make up a case.
Over the years Dad was a volunteer and member of many organization. If he joined your group, you did not get a casual member but a fully engaged, dedicated and energetic worker. Knights of Columbus, Winter Carnival Guards, Churchill Club for Winter Carnival Past Prime Ministers, Society of Manufacturing Engineers where he rose to President, Norske Torske Klubben (a lone French Canadian among the Scandinavians), St Paul Club and Lions where he became a District Governor. He loved the camaraderie and work of these groups. When Dad moved to Polar Ridge in North St Paul with Mom in the spring of 2015, he continued St Paul Club, Lions and Norske Torske but also began getting involved in the Polar Ridge community. Mom and Dad joined the Church of St Peter.
These last months have not been easy on anyone but consider the shrinking world of the Seniors. First Dad could no longer go out to Mass or meetings, family visits went from restricted to not allowed, representatives of St Peter could no longer come into the building, community activities in the building declined to nothing, residents were restricted to their own rooms. For a man as gregarious as Dad this was hard on him mentally and physically. But he never lost faith in Family or Church. Next to his bed and favorite chair were prayer books for thought and comfort.
Now Dad has gone on to his next Club to join. It comforts me to know he no longer has to suffer physically but also he can go without a mask, not keep a distance and be with crowds of people.

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Jonathan Fredman

Posted at 09:49pm
So sorry for your loss. I was fortunate to meet Bill at Greg and Lauren’s wedding
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dave

Posted at 09:07pm
Sorry for your loss. I met Bill at Polar Ridge. He was Dinner table buddies with my father. I always like talking to him about his travels and all his adventures.
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