This post was first published in 2012. Thankfully, we still have my dear Father-in-law with us. He will be 90 the end of this month. Really feel blessed that we could spend this Fathers’ Day with him.
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Fathers’ Day. A day to honor all dads. I’ve been blessed to have three wonderful dads in my life.
My own father, Allen William Huber, Jr., was born in New Jersey. His childhood wasn’t the stuff of storybooks – unless it was written by Charles Dickens. During the Depression, his father left for a quart of milk and a newspaper and decided to never return. This left my grandmother with three small children and no means of support. All three children had to grow up very quickly. My daddy…
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