Jon Lindenauer and Sarah Harder will be wed on Friday, November 3. Other than attending Jon’s races, Sarah is now running in some and afterwards they love to celebrate with good brews. Congratulations!
Runners Michelle Davis and Travis Carr tied the knot on May 29 and are now running down the path of life together. Congratulations!
Amanda Aussems and Noah Andrew Poskanzer celebrated their 2nd anniversary on July 4th.
“It’s humbling to experience an unconditional love like you show me every day. You’re my best friend and I just love doing life with you. Here’s to forever.”
Robert T. Bob Husted
Robert T. “Bob” Husted, age 85 of Rexford passed away peacefully at home on Thursday, March 23, 2023. Born on August 13, 1937, he was the son of the late Tileston and Henrietta Husted, and was predeceased by his brother Frank Richard Husted.
Bob graduated from Springfield College with a B.S. in Physical Education, and took graduate courses at SUNY Oneonta, University of Colorado, Union College, and UAlbany.
He spent his career as a science teacher in the Mohonasen School District, where he also coached track and was an assistant football coach. He loved to take trips to the beach in Maine with his wife and enjoyed going skiing in Vermont.
Bob was an avid runner and finished the Boston Marathon 7 times; one time after having survived open heart surgery. He continued to compete in road races even after needing a pacemaker. Bob volunteered and was an active member of HMRRC and was loved by all.
He was a passionate Notre Dame football fan and made several trips to South Bend, Indiana to see his Fighting Irish play. He was a longtime member of Christ Community Reformed Church in Clifton Park.
One of Bob and Barbara’s favorite pastimes was skiing. Together they skied many of the 10 smaller ski area in New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, and Maine. Barbara’s favorite ski area was Stowe, VT and they took off almost every weekend to travel to Stowe. Barbara loved the sunrise trail and Bob liked the nose dive. One of Bob’s favorite ski areas was Sugarloaf, Maine. During the Blizzard of ’93, he was trying to ski down the mountain in waist deep snow. Bob skied until his 80’s and Barbara skied until age 75.
He is survived by his wife of 60 years; Barbara Husted, 3 turtles, and many friends.