Gloria Huet
(1936 - 2010)

Profile:
Gloria Huet

Birth:
February 19, 1936

Passing:
December 11, 2010


Guest Book
I'm glad I found my sister ,but not this way. For little time I new my sister it was great. I'm so sorry we lost touch all these years. I think we had probably same personality. without the net I would have never known what happened.I missed seeing my nephews grow up. See you down the road. Tony!!!!!!!!!!!! PS.Lets keep in touch life is too short!!!
Tony Concialdi (brother)
August 15th, 2011
Happy Birthday!!! Nana we are visiting your grave today and putting flowers on it we love you!
Rachel Huet (Granddaughter)
February 19th, 2011
I am a volunteer driver with the Home Delivered Meals progam and delivered a meal to Gloria every Wednesday since she started the program. I admired her strength, cheerfulness and resolution about her illness. Rest in peace, Gloria, you are now free.

My deepest sympathies for your loss.
Kathleen Leopard (Area Agency on Aging)
December 23rd, 2010
ive known rachel ever since kinder garden and shes always been so happy and i have never seen her soo sad so im soo sorry for your lost. if theres anything i can do just call me. i know what you guys are going though ive been through it too. i lost my grandma when i was one. soo im very sorry. you guys are holding up.
Abby Klemm (Best friend to rachel)
December 18th, 2010
My deepest sympathies to the Huet family and friends. May you rest in peace Gloria.
Abdel Ahmadi ( )
December 17th, 2010
We will always keep you in our hearts and memories, we pray for your eternal peace. May God bless you and your family.

We still see you as the beautiful lady who arrieved in Bolivia ready to meet the extended family. You brought to us the good nature and spontaneous personality that characterized you thru your life. You were ready to embark in a new life, learn Spanish and adapt to a completely different culture. You succeeded and accomplished your goals with that amazing desire to take the world in your hands.

Destiny brought you back to your native country where, you dedicated your life to help others and help raise your grandchildren, a gift of love that will be cherished by your family forever.

For David, Charles, Helga, Carol, Nathan and Rachael remember life brings smiles, tears and memories. Keep in your hearts the memories there are your company and stay forever. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Gladys & Roxana (Nieces)
December 15th, 2010
In English class today we had to write a poem to somebody special. I chose my Nana! here it is :)

Great for a while, but nothing ever lasts
I see you standing there in my rose garden
An angel is disguise that taught me how to care.
As you would always say, "I love you deeper than the ocean and higher than the sky."
I love you more than those words can describe
If you were a flower, I would pick you. :)

Nana had a great personality. She would make me laugh 'til I cried. She was just a fantastic person; I could go on forever about her.
Rachel Huet (Granddaughter)
December 14th, 2010
Nana I miss you and will always love you. As I write this tears are falling to my cheek and the pain of missing you is welling in my heart. The lord gave you to us for a short time and wanted you back. I feel so very ashamed to want to have you for longer. I tried to be a good daughter to you, sometimes I succeeded but there were times that I failed. You were given to me by an angel to help me learn to take care of my children, love, cook and clean. The latter two I still need to improve upon. As you said to me while still clinging to life, "There's more in those cook books than just chicken." You shared with me your love, laughter, happiness, and sorrows. You always kept saying, "I'm fine" even in the worst and painful of times. You loved to smell the flowers, look at the leaves and care for animals. Rosie, our dog, misses you so much.
We love you deeper than the ocean and higher than the sky. Love Carol.
Carol Huet (Daughter-in-law)
December 14th, 2010
I had the joy of meeting Gloria through Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers. She always had a warm welcome and a caring heart! I have a lot of fond memories of Gloria - she was a gracious and courageous lady, an inspiration and a good friend. I will miss her a lot and will never forget her. My deepest sympathy to the Huet family.
Beth Cabrejas (Friend)
December 14th, 2010
"Nana" took care of me when I was only a toddler, with both of my parents working. From the start, we had a special bond. We liked to watch "The Price is Right" and play board games. She always made me feel loved. We kept our bond throughout my childhood, and I came to realize what a determined person she was during the last months of her life. She was still that pleasant person, making me feel loved, which almost made me forget about the terrible illnesses that she had. Nana, I will love you and miss you forever.
Nathan Huet (Grandson)
December 14th, 2010
My sincere condolences to you, your family, and friends all.
O'Connor Kenton Sr (coworker)
December 14th, 2010
It was an honor and privilege to care for Gloria. It was also rewarding to care for her with Carol and Charles. They were dedicated to her comfort and fulfilling her wishes to stay in their home as long as possible. I have many great memories laughing with Gloria and Jane (hospice CNA) when she lived in her apartment. She loved life, God and her precious family. May all of her family feel God's presence at this time.
Gwen Davis (hospice nurse)
December 14th, 2010
My Grandmother was an amazing woman. She took me in as her own even though I was not her natural grandson. She took special interest in teaching me the English language and did such a great job I forgot how to speak Spanish. I loved her and I know she had a special place in her heart for me and my wife. I remember her always telling me and those around me how handsome I was and how proud she was of me and I will always remember that. She had a knack of making me feel special. She was a special lady. She loved me and my wife, Nikki and we will always remember, miss and love her as our Nana.

Broken Chain



We knew that morning, that God was going to call your name.

In life we loved you dearly, in death we do the same.

It broke our hearts to lose you, you did not go alone, for part

of us went with you, the day we said Good Bye.

God called you home, you left us beautiful memories,

your love is still our guide, and though we cannot see or

hear you, you are always at our side.

Our family chain is broken, and nothing seems the same,

but as God calls us one by one, the chain will link again.

With our love always Nana, we miss you very much.

Cris Cardenas (Grandson)
December 13th, 2010
I met Gloria back when, barely an adolescent, I visited David at his house in Bolivia for the very first time to listen to some album David had just acquired. Dona Gloria, as I addressed her back then, made a great impression on me because of the personal warmth she exuded towards us, the kids. Most other moms were rather distant. She seemed special. Back a few years ago, I had the pleasure of having her visit my house with David and Helga, and Charles and his family, to meet my family. Gloria, as I now addressed her, to my joy, seemed to not have changed at all--still the same warm person. In addition, I noticed this time, was her readiness to engage in conversation, participate in the party and the ready smile she had for all of us, the kids--now adults. That was a time, alas very short, when I had the opportunity and pleasure to know Gloria as a friend. She was a beautiful person. She leaves all of those who knew her with beautiful memories, all of those who loved her with examples of how to love life. Our deepest condolences to David and Charles, and the rest of the Huet family. From la familia Reguerin, here in the US and in Bolivia.
Gary Reguerin (Friend of the Family)
December 13th, 2010
My deepest sympathies, I had the pleasure of knowing Gloria and will always remember her good nature and fun loving personality, she will be missed but I know her loving memories will bring comfort to those who miss her.
Raul Maldonado ((Family friend))
December 13th, 2010
My family and I share your loss and extend our deepest sympathies.

Wynn
Wynn Aung (Charles friend)
December 13th, 2010
This is the memorial I set up for Gloria Huet. To sign the guest book, click on the "Sign Guest Book" button below.
David Huet
December 12th, 2010
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"i never knew rachels grandmother but i feel like i have lost her too. ill see you in shcool rachel. dearest love to your family!"
Abby Klemm
December 18th, 2010
"I will love you as my own mother! Thanks for all you have done for me."
Carol Huet
December 15th, 2010
"This candle is an expression of our love. You will be remembered as the happy,fun aunt and friend. Most of all as the loving wife to our dear uncle Gus."
Gladys & Roxana
December 15th, 2010
"You will be greatly missed. We all enjoyed your laughter and heart of gold. Love from all your friends at the Leesburg Senior Center."
Leesburg Senior Center
December 13th, 2010
"There is no love like a mother's love. I will miss you forever."
Charles Huet
December 13th, 2010
"I will miss you"
David Huet
December 12th, 2010

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