Mr. Allan John Husch

  • Born: August 19, 1947
  • Died: October 15, 2020
  • Location: Arlington, Texas

Tribute & Message From The Family


Loving Brother, Father, Grandfather, Cousin, and Friend

Allan John Husch died peacefully at home with family at his bedside on October 15, 2020, in Arlington, Texas at the age of 73.

Allan is survived by his brother Kenneth Husch, three children; Brian Husch, Lori Husch, and Stephanie Husch; four grandchildren. His parents Arthur Husch, Jr and Dorothy Helen Patterson of St. Louis, Mo. precede him in death.

Allan was born on August 19, 1947, in St. Louis. Mo to Art Husch, Jr and Dorothy Helen Patterson. The family relocated to Texas in 1966 and in 1968 he joined the US Navy and served aboard the USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63) till 1969. Upon returning home, he worked for Western Electric as a telecom installer; through the company many name changes until he retired under the Nokia ownership in 2010. He was the last Western Electric employee to retire.

Allan was a skilled photographer, videographer, and an avid whitewater canoer; who paddled for over a decade with a group from Tarrant County College. He was a quiet but sharp-witted individual who loved what he did and those around him. He was a compatriot of the Sons of the American Revolution in Arlington, Texas.

The family will hold a private service at a later date.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Allan enthusiastically joined the Texas Society Sons of the American Revolution in 2017. He soon became the Veterans Affairs Committee Chair. He ensured all eligible active members received the appropriate SAR Veteran recognition. This year he became the Chapter Registrar. He was a great asset to the chapter. His get it done attitude fit well with us and he was a delightful person to work with. He will be missed. Our fondest memories go out to the Johnathan, Alex, Brandon and the family.

Posted by John Anderson - Arlington, TX - Friend   October 19, 2020


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Allan enthusiastically joined the Texas Society Sons of the American Revolution in 2017. He soon became the Veterans Affairs Committee Chair. He ensured all eligible active members received the appropriate SAR Veteran recognition. This year he became the Chapter Registrar. He was a great asset to the chapter. His get it done attitude fit well with us and he was a delightful person to work with. He will be missed. Our fondest memories go out to the Johnathan, Alex, Brandon and the family.