In Loving Memory

Allen Huelsebusch

Allen Huelsebusch
October 12, 1965
August 11, 2021
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Very sorry for your loss. Sending our sincere sympathy and prayers. God grant this family comfort and peace.
Pam & Steve Mossbarger
BB Hills
Pam Mossbarger
Brenham, TX
Shirley: Sending my thoughts and deepest sympathy to all of your
Carolyn Heidemann
Brenham, TX
He always had time to listen, and give advice and assistance when it was needed.
Our hearts go out to you in your time of sorrow.
Onion Carroll
Baytown, TX
So sorry for your loss. Unexpected death is so hard on the family but it is a blessing for the person who dies without suffering through pain and illness. I hope that this will give you consolation in your sorrow. God Bless You and your family.
Sharon & Chuck Hall
Columbus, TX
Terry and Family

My dearest condolences!

Met Allen in 2003 Demoing Akron 5000GPM Monitor at Ansul in Marinette WI. on Pierce Industrial Pumper and Customer (Shell Oil) in 5 degree temps, no one will forget this.......

He's was a friend, along with a person I could go to for consult on any industrial application. Always enjoyed spending time with he and Terry at FDIC's.

With deepest sympathy

Tim Van Fleet
Alexis, IL
Allen lived a jam packed life full of so many accomplishments that impacted the safety of so many lives. He was talented in a multitude of ways that also included his love of family. You all were blessed. He will be missed by family and lots of friends.
Jean King
Brenham, TX
My deepest condolences to the Huelsebusch family, and his extended family and friends. Allen was truly a great man and his legacy will live on through his many accomplishments and the love he had for his family. My heart truly breaks for you all, knowing the loss all too well that you are feeling. Please know you are all loved by so many and not alone in your grief.
Rachel (Finke) Novosad
Brenham, TX
I was shocked and deeply sadden to hear of Allen's passing. My condolences to the family, friends, and co-workers on the loss of a great man. I knew Allen from working with him on industrial foam firefighting projects, he was a huge force working hard for advancements in the industry. He will be sorely missed by all. Take care and be safe one in all.
Steve Tolbert
Leesburg, FL
So sorry for the sudden loss of your loved one. My deepest condolences to you and the family.
Fausta Kaiser
Columbus, TX
It has been well over a year since I last saw Allen. I so enjoyed chatting with him. I loved his laugh. I could see how in love him and Terri were when she'd come into Pierce with him. He lived life and enjoyed it. I was hit hard when I heard the news. My heart is broken for all that love him. You will be missed and never forgotten. Prayers to your family Allen.
Darcey McCutcheon
Appketon, WI
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