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Albert Hume

Albert H. Hume

Tuesday, October 5th, 1943 - Sunday, August 2nd, 2020
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Obituary

Al Hume, 76, of Moultonborough, NH, passed away on 2 August, at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.

He was born on October 5th, 1943, in Stoneham MA to George and Mary Hume, and graduated from Melrose High School in 1961. He had been traveling up to the Joyce Humestead family property his entire life and became a resident of Moultonborough over 40 years ago.

Known by “Brother Al”, “Uncle Al”, brother, dad, and many other names he was a man who had a strong influence on anyone he met. A man known to give more than he received, and most importantly gave his time to those in need, believing the quality of time is much more important than the quantity. He was known around town by his character, passion, faith, and true happiness with a smile that will not be soon forgotten.

He is survived by his sisters Jean and Joan; his sons Al, Brendon, and Jesse; his grandkids Luke, Ronan, Malachi, Waylon, Lachlan, Clara, and Willa; and host of cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends.

A celebration of life service will be held at the First Congregational Church of Ossipee at 1200 on Saturday, August 8th. Anyone whom Al had an impact on throughout his life are welcomed to attend.
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    Location
    Holland Hill Cemetery
    Address
    Holland Street
    Moultonboro, NH 03254
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Donna Conway

Posted at 04:28pm
We remember Al most as a constant chaperone and helper with the MA Band during parades, concerts and many trips. He was a tremendous supporter of the band. We also remember Al riding his motorcycle around the Lake. Al always greeted us with a smile and a hug. He will be missed.
Donna and jim COnway
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Brenda Thibeault

Posted at 01:21pm
I am a para at Inter-Lakes Elementary School. I have bus duties and had the privilege of seeing Al every morning as he rode the bus with some of our wonderful students. He was always so friendly to me and always gave hugs to the kids and told them to have a great day and to work hard. He truly loved his job as bus monitor. I will miss him! Sending you strength and courage for the days ahead. Brenda Thibeault
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Jeanne Sanders

Posted at 11:49am
Thanks for your kindness especially to my Mother.
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Rita Laural collier

Posted at 10:39am
Jesse,
Miranda and I were saddened to hear of Al’s passing. We have such fond memories of all of our times hiking in the mountains with the others singles in the group from the old center harbor church gang! Al was loved by many and he took great care of our lake house, grafton house and Meredith trailer keeping both my daughter and I safe and warm! The last time we were able to see each other was at your and Miranda,s college graduation! Love to you all, stay safe! (Rita) Laural Collier.
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