Dr. Klaus H. Huebner M.D.

April 28, 1916 - February 15, 2013
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Dr. Klaus H. Huebner, M.D., passed away quietly at his home in North East Heights, Maryland, on Friday evening, February 15, 2013 at age 96. Dr. Huebner graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Medical School in 1942. After serving with distinction with the U.S. Army in Italy in WWII, Dr. Huebner was a long timeContinue Reading

Silvio Passalalpi left a message on March 12, 2013:
Solo oggi ho appreso dell'avvenuto decesso del Dott. Klaus H. Huebner. Purtroppo non ho avuto il piacere di conoscerlo personalmente. Ho avuto con lui uno scambio di corrispondenza e fotografie nel 2009 terminato con la donazione del suo libro, leggendo il quale mi sono reso conto delle qualità del Dott. Huebner, persona intelligente coraggiosa e carica di umanità. Sono molto dispiaciuto per la sua dipartita, le mie condoglianze alla famiglia. Silvio Passalalpi
Wayne R. McKinney left a message on February 25, 2013:
Dr. Huebner was a pillar of my early existence, as I was sick most of the time.I can only remember going to Dr. Cantwell's office once on main St. Between him and my dad's best friend from the war, Robert Kuhnapfel I actually thought we were German. He delivered my mom of me, and stopped a deadly asthma attach with a shot of epinephrine when I was young. Aside from the medicine, after the death of my little brother Gary he became close to our family, particularly my mom. He was always there when we called. For me though it was the respect that he offered to me. I was the geeky kid who was too awful bright to fit in anywhere, anytime. Dr Huebner always had respect for me. He would ask my opinion on some subject like I were an adult. For someone like me, this was priceless.
Raphael Ewing left a message on February 20, 2013:
To Marge and Karl, The Family of James Ewing would like to send their condolences on the Loss of your Husband and Dad. He was a good Doctor. He brought the four of our children into this world. What a Blessing. We will miss Him. Jim and Raphael Ewing
Frances Rosling left a message on February 20, 2013:
I extend sincere sympathy in the loss of Dr. Huebner. When I was a young child I still remember going to his office for medical treatment. He was a wonderful person.
Holly Cox Rollins left a message on February 19, 2013:
Mrs. Huebner and Karl, Please accept my sincere sympathy on the loss of your husband and father. Karl, I remember you well from when I was a child. I lived on Hances Point Road next to the Sparkler, where my mother still lives. I remember your german shepherd, I believe his name was King. The kids in our neighborhood always visited the Huebner residence on Halloween where we always received some of the best treats. I purchased a copy of Dr. Huebner's book about his experiences during the war, and have shared it with several friends who have an interest in that era. What a full life he lead. I still live in the area, and visit with my mother almost every day in North East Heights. Karl, if there is anything I can do to be of service to you or to your mother at this time, please don't hesitate to contact me. My email address is listed above, and Mr. Foard from the funeral home has my telephone number, as we are personal friends. Again, I am so sorry for your loss.
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Harlan and Mary Williams left a message on February 18, 2013:
Dear Marge, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and Karl as we send our deepest sympathy. Harley and Mary Williams
Sherry (Alexander) Tyler left a message on February 18, 2013:
Dr. Huebner was one of the greatest doctor's I have ever met; he was our family doctor when I was growing up in North East, along w/Dr. Cantwell; he was also a great physician at Perry Point....he helped many a person, my thoughts are w/you all and an honor to have known him, thank you Dr. Huebner for keeping us free in this country; from illnesses as well as serving our country in war, RIP.
Danielle Lanteri left a message on February 18, 2013:
My parents and I were patients of Dr. Huebner's from the time I was a baby until I was in my middle teens. Dr. Huebner and his wife were friends of my family and my father, Benny Lanteri, and Dr. Huebner worked together at Perry Point. I have great memories of the good doctor and his friendly office. His wife always had a great smile for us when she was there. My heartfelt condolences go out to Mrs. Huebner and Karl.
Sara Porter left a message on February 18, 2013:
We are so sorry to hear of the loss of Dr . Huebner. My son is now 5 and he and his wife loved for Kyle to come over un announced and run like a ad man on their beautiful lawn:) they got a lot of joy out of those visits and always had kind words. Also before my son Kyle was born I had another son who was born with a heart defect and Dr.Huebner came and saw me and told me if I ever needed anything to not hesitate to come see him<3 sadly we lost Luke but Dr. Huebner will hold a very special place in our hearts.
Pat Sherrard left a message on February 17, 2013:
So sorry for your loss We loved working wth him at Perrypoint always was a blessing to everyone he touched
Melissa Trimble Gould left a message on February 17, 2013:
To the Family of Dr. Huebner, As a child, I was a patient of Dr. Huebner's. I remember, like it was yesterday, when he diagnosed me with the chicken pox. However, what I really remember was his kind way and his gentle demeanor. Although now, after reading his book, I know what a real hero can be. He was an asset to the Town of North East, to the community at large, and more importantly to all who would aspire to be like him. Thank you for sharing him with our community and my sincere thoughts are with your family today. Melissa Trimble Gould
RT Foard left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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