Harold Huddleston

Harold Huddleston

Harold Glenn Huddleston, 63, of Uvalde died on Oct. 20, at his residence.

A celebration of life will be held on Saturday at 1 p.m. at 214 W. Frio St.

He was born on Dec. 9, 1955, in Pleasanton to Lennie (Bell) and Delmer Huddleston.

lings in that family.

The family says he was a man of many passions who lived life to the fullest. He enjoyed hunting and fishing in his earlier years. The family says he was blessed to be a part of several families. He met his biological family, where he has 14 siblings, during his honeymoon after marrying Carolyn Rimkus.

He was raised by Jean and Larry Welch, who played a large part in his life, and he has two sib

Later in life, his passion for music led him to take bass guitar lessons at Studio 3 in Uvalde, and he often shared stories of the lessons, as well as songs he learned, with his family and friends.

According to the family, drinking a cold beverage and spending time with those he loved brought laughter and joy into his life.

Huddleston is survived by his wife of 42 years, of Uvalde; one daughter, Amanda Rose Leistikow King; son-in-law, Robert E. King Jr.; and two grandchildren, James Matthew King and David Wayne King, all of Bastrop.



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