Bill Huering Passing

3 years 8 months ago - 3 years 8 months ago #406 by notsosharp

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    Bill Huering the founder of HBAC cash register restoration group passed away April 24th.
    He will be missed by all who had the privilege of dealing with him and knowing him.
    His obituary can be found in the Hornell Evening Tribune.

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    3 years 8 months ago #411 by ncrebay

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    He will truly be missed, for he did so much in the antique brass cash register filed repairing and restoring during his life. Will his website still continue?

    Antique Cash Register Collector, eBay Seller, Figure Skater, Enjoy Listening To Lounge Music in Spare Time

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    I am so said to hear about this. I talked to Barb about 2 months ago and she told me of his illness. Bill from the very beginning of my collecting always treated me very well. He was always there to help me answer anything I asked. One of the best times I had was when I made a trip to his house. I was so proud that Barb at one time placed the register I made for Bill on their website.
    Bill rest in peace and my thoughts are with the family.

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    I am very sad to hear that Bill Heuring is not longer with us.
    I have met Bill several times and it was truly a highlight in
    my life when i was able to visit him together with my father.
    He had great influence concerning my cash register collecting.
    My thoughts are with the family.

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    3 years 8 months ago #430 by RittysMachine

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    From NAV, (sorry for the delay in posting this)

    William John Heuring Sr.
    1946 - 2015 | Obituary | Condolences

    JASPER - William John Heuring Sr., 68, career Navy Submariner, of Drake Hill Road, Jasper, went on Eternal Patrol on Friday evening (April 24, 2015) at his home.

    Bill was born on May 6, 1946 in Passaic, N.J., the son of William J. and Charlotte (Butler) Heuring. Following high school he enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1964.

    On Sept. 19, 1967, Bill and the former Doris E. Ras were married. Doris passed away very tragically on Nov. 26, 2006.

    Bill served in the Navy as a submariner, serving as a machinist's mate on the USS Benjamin Franklin and also the USS Tecumseh. He was a Vietnam veteran who was awarded a Navy Commendation Medal in 1973 for actions taken on his own initiative that saved his sub from certain extensive damage. Bill was granted a service related disability in 1978 for illness related to exposure of radiation on the early nuclear powered submarines.

    Bill and Doris moved to their farm in Jasper in 1977. Bill opened his power equipment business, The Woodcutter's Shop, in 1980. He ran it from home before relocating to Arkport where he operated it until 1989. Bill also established HBAC Group, a specialized business where he restored old cash registers. His children have carried on that business with the skills taught by their father. He was a self-taught master cabinet maker.

    Bill attended Alfred State College, where he earned a degree in Surveying Tech. He was a member of New York State Steam Engine Association and New York State Rabbit Breeder Association. He raised French Lop rabbits. He enjoyed hunting and fishing, activities that he took part in to feed his family as well as for recreation.

    Bill remarried on June 24, 2007, marrying Janet Pearce on the family farm in Jasper.

    Surviving are his wife, Janet Heuring of Jasper; his daughter and son in law, Barbara and Scott Hyman of Jasper; his son, William J. Heuring Jr. of Jasper; and his grandchildren, Tyler, Elizabeth and Zachary Hyman.

    Memorials in Bill's name may be made to Care First, 3805 Meads Creek Road, Painted Post, N.Y., 14870.

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    Published in Hornell Evening Tribune on Apr. 28, 2015

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