Memorial for Bob Huck: Talented Musician, Casual Blogger, and Beloved Local Character

Bob HuckBob Huck passed away last week. Huck was a talented musician, casual blogger, and beloved fixture at Has Beans Coffee House on 2nd Street. Fiery, opinionated, and warm-hearted.

His memorial is on Saturday the 18th at 3 p.m. in the Wharfinger building.

“We are asking everyone to bring their instruments to play and a potluck dish,” said his step-daughter, Jessica Moore.

Enjoy a little of Huck’s Tune in the video below:



  • Awe, Rest in Peace, Hucktunes! Bob was a good person and a fine fiddle player. He will be missed. Condolences to his family and friends.

  • In ’78 Bob and I were riding our Motorcycles east of Forest Glen on 36. We had camped at Ruth and we’re on the road to Redbluff for breakfast. As we climbed a long sweeping grade a condor from the then existing Yolla Bolly flock lifted from the road and then pivoted directly in front of Bob’s Harley. In one instant Bob ducked his head down to the handlebars and the massive bird caught the wind over Bob’s bike enveloping the big black Harley in its 9 foot wingspan.
    I will always remember Bob that way, a rare and magnificent bird flying free.
    Godspeed ol’ bird.

  • I wonder if he is related to David huck RIP

  • You are missed, fondly remembered, and loved by many. May you rest in peace.

  • Such a wonderful tribute.

    Thank you for the video.

    May he rest in peace and all who grieve the loss of him in their lives find solace.

  • Condolences to the family.Now all the Angel’s get to hear that music R.I.P🎵

  • Bob and I discovered the glories of Humboldt Together when we hit hiked here together from Southern California in 1969. Miss you Bob!

  • Never knew Bob but Looking at his picture reminds me of a song. He’s an old hippie by the Bellamy bros.Happy Trails Bob..RIP…

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