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|Name||Hardy Voyles HUFFSTUTTER|
|Born||13 Jan 1923||Obion Co., Tennessee |
|Military Service||COL US MARINE CORPS WORLD WAR II, KOREA, VIETNAM. Term of enlistment: 3 Aug 1943 - 31 Aug 1973. Source: U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010|
|Died||13 Sep 1998||Brevard Co., Florida|
|Obituary||Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012||Melbourne, Florida|
|Orlando Sentinel. HARDY VOYLE HUFFSTUTTER, 75, 713 Spring Valley Drive, Melbourne, died Saturday, Sept. 13. Col. Huffstutter was retired from the Marines. Born in Elbridge, Tenn., he moved to Central Florida in 1979. He was a member of the USMC Aviation Association. He was a member of Church of Christ of Eau Gallie. He was a Marine Corps veteran of World War II, Korea and Vietnam. Survivors: wife, Marian D.; daughters, Peggy K. Melters, Germany, Nancy J. Oliver, Wilmington, N.C., Karen S. Gooch, Palm Bay, Christine Huffman, Theresa Hovelson, Melbourne, Deborah A. Rogers, West Palm Beach; brother, White, Newbern, Tenn.; sister, Hannah Smith, Hornbreak, Tenn.; 16 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Brownlie & Maxwell Funeral Home, Melbourne.|
|Buried||Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, Sumter Co., Florida|
|Person ID||I819||Hofstetter of Mettmenstetten|
|Last Modified||25 Nov 2012|
|Father||Hardy Voyles HUFFSTUTTER, b. 25 Jan 1869, Palmyra, IN , d. 6 Feb 1947, Obion Co., Tennessee (Age 78 years)|
|Mother||Willie Adaline FARRAR, b. 19 Sep 1887, Fulton Co., Kentucky|
|Married||28 Mar 1909||Obion Co., Tennessee|
|Family ID||F341||Group Sheet | Family Chart|
|Family||Marian Dorcus HALL, b. 1923, Minong, Washburn Co., Wisconsin , d. 9 Sep 2011, Melbourne, Brevard Co., Florida (Age 88 years)|
|Married||1943||Escambia Co., Florida|
|Last Modified||8 Mar 2013|
|Family ID||F370||Group Sheet | Family Chart|
|Photos||Florida, Melbourne, portrait|
Hardy Voyles Huffstutter, Jr. son of Hardy Voyles Huffstutter, Sr. and Willie Adaline Farrar Huffstutter.
|Tennessee, Obion County, portrait (1945-46)|
Back row from left : Hardy Voyles, Sr., John R. Huffstutter, Willie Huffstutter and Prentiss Huffstutter. Middle row from left : White Huffstutter, Hannah Huffstutter and Hardy V. Huffstutter, Jr. Front row from left, Naomi Huffstutter and Edna Earl Huffstutter. Juanita Orr Huffstutter, wife of John R, is on the extreme left, plaid dress.
|Washington D.C., portrait|
Hardy V. Huffstutter, Jr. and Marian D. Hall Huffstutter.
|Florida, Pensacola, portrait|
Hardy V. Huffstutter, Jr. and Marian D. Hall marry in a military funeral in Pensacola after Hardy received his wings.
|Washington D.C., portrait|
G-Man Hardy V. Huffstutter, Jr. moved to Washington to join the FBI. He had just received his security clearance when World War II began. He enlisted to become a pilot.
|Documents||Military-World War II: Hardy V. Huffstutter, Marine Corp|
Awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross
|Tennessee, Obion County, Obituary, Memphis Commercial Appeal, (Memphis, TN), 1945; Daily Messenger. (Union City, TN) 1998 |
Hardy V. Huffstutter
|Japan, Tokyo, Newspaper, Pacific Stars and Stripes, Saturday 3 March 1962|
Lieutenant Colonel Hardy V. Huffstutter,Jr. Marine aircraft squadron safety recognition. Son of Hardy Voyles and Willie A. Huffstutter.
|Japan, Tokyo, Newspaper, The Pacific Stars and Stripes, 2 Sep 1962|
Lieutenant Colonel Hardy V.Huffstutter,Jr. change in command and reassignment to the U.S. Son of Hardy Voyles and Willie A. Huffstutter.
|Headstones||Florida, Sumter County, Tombstone|
Florida National Cemetery: Hardy Voyles Huffstutter, Jr.