Charles J. Huck Insurance agent

November 07, 1990

A memorial service for Charles J. Huck, a retired insurance agent and railroad conductor, will be held at 7 p.m. tomorrow at the Towson Elks Lodge, 4 W. Pennsylvania Ave.

Mr. Huck, who lived on Airway Circle in Towson, died of cancer Friday at St. Joseph Hospital. He was 72.

He had been associated with the insurance firm of Gosnell and Hviding and with Security Mutual Life of New York, of which he was an honorary general agent. He retired as a general agent for Security about six years ago, having represented the New York company in this area since 1972.

For about five years before that, he was an agent of the Equitable Society of the United States in Elmira, N.Y.

In 1967, he retired as a passenger train conductor for the Pennsylvania Railroad after 30 years of service.

The native of Columbia, Pa., was a graduate of William Penn High School in Harrisburg, Pa.

Mr. Huck was a former house committee chairman for the Towson Lodge of the Elks. He enjoyed golf.

He is survived by his wife, the former Ruth L. McGeary; a son, C. Thomas Huck of Towson; a daughter, Bonnie VanderMeer of St. Louis; and three grandchildren.

The family suggested memorial contributions to the Elks National Home through the Towson Lodge of the Elks.

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