Katharina Huttner

Katharina Huttner, 79 of Mt. Jackson, died Sunday, September 17, 2017 at her home.

She was born February 3, 1938 in Veli-Kikinda, Yugoslavia.

She is survived by her husband, Horst J. Huttner.  Also surviving are her children, Harald Huttner, Judith Brown and Hildegard Prodigalidad; many grandchildren and many great grandchildren.

The family will receive friends at Dellinger Funeral Home in Mt. Jackson, Friday, September 22 from 5 -7 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be given to Katharina Huttner’s Burial Fund, in care of Dellinger Funeral Home, P. O. Box 63, Mt. Jackson, VA 22842.

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2 Condolences to Katharina Huttner

  1. Dorothy Altemus says:

    Dear Harald and the entire Huttner Family,

    I had the pleasure of meeting your mom only a few times, but she was so sweet and I was very fond of her. My prayers go out to all of you, that God may ease your sorrow. May your loving memories carry you through this difficult time. God gave you an angel and he called her back home.

    With Much Love,
    Dorothy

  2. Hilde Prodigalidad says:

    To my dear mother, my best friend and confidant, who I loved with everything that I am, I miss you. You were the most beautiful person in the world and wherever you went, you left it better than when you arrived. Your love of flowers and gardening was legendary. Your gardens, with all it’s little gnomes, were so beautiful and brought a smile to everyone who was lucky enough to see them.

    Your life was not an easy one. Your young years in Europe, during World War II, had you fleeing with your family to safety. Growing up in a refugee camp gave you the strength that sustained you through life. You married your sweetheart, and loved each other through thick and thin for 58 years! You showed me, along with my brother and sister, what it takes to make a marriage work. My gratitude to you for all the advice, love and guidance is immeasurable.

    Your legacy continues with your grandchildren and 12 (so far!) great-grandchildren. If we have even a glimmer of the glorious spirit and vibrant soul that you had, we are indeed blessed. Your love will continue to shine through us all.

    Goodbye Mommy … I love you.

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