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John P. Huver
August 19, 1965 ~ November 10, 2023 (age 58) 58 Years Old
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John P. Huver, formerly of Drexel Hill, PA, died peacefully surrounded by family on November 10, 2023 at the age of 58 in Chesterbrook, PA. John was predeceased by his beloved parents, Joseph Huver and Kathryn Comly Huver, as well as his sister Catharine Ricci. He is survived by his daughter Jamie Welc, granddaughter Jada, as well as by his loyal companion, Susan Boscola, and childhood friend, John Ford. He leaves behind his four devoted siblings, Mimi Huver-Delaney (Tom), Joseph Huver Jr. (JoAnn), Daniel Huver (Kim), and Annemarie McAnally (Chuck), as well as aunts, uncles, many close cousins, nieces and nephews.
Born August 19, 1965 in Huntington, New York, John grew up in Drexel Hill attending Cardinal O’Hara High School and then Malvern Preparatory School (84’). After high school, John attended St. Anselm College in New Hampshire on a basketball scholarship prior to finishing his collegiate studies at West Chester University (90’), earning a Bachelor’s degree in Communications.
Although his career began in the communications field, John later pursued his dream to pilot aircraft attending and graduating flight school in Farmington, New Mexico. John went on to become a commercial pilot for a division of US Airways for several years before establishing his own painting contracting company closer to his home and family.
John was devoted to his family and friends often spending time at his cherished family home on Long Beach Island, NJ, smoking cigars and learning about what was important to his loved ones. John also was an animal lover and author of books on enlightenment.
In lieu of funeral services, a celebration of life event and interment will be private.