||Robert O. Lesher
|Date submitted: October 24, 2006|
|Gift: Leaf Tile - large|
|Location on plaza map: C6|
|Areas of Achievement:
Home Making, Volunteer|
|Matriculated at U of A: September, 1941|
Graduated with High Distinction: 1945
Member Alpha Phi Fraternity
Married Leonard Wm. Huck (Sigma Chi, DePauw University) 1947
Leonard Wm. Huck, Jr. (Delta Upsilon, Stanford University) 1972
Robert Charles Huck (Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Southern Methodist Univ. 1973
Wendy Huck Godfrey (Pi Beta Phi, SMU and U of A) 1977
U of A Grandson:
Daniel Charles Huck, BS in Engineering, 2007 (Beta Theta Pi)
Born and raised virtually on the U of A campus, as well as having had two parents, a brother and numerous other family members become Arizona alumni, it was not a difficult decision for Sue to select a college. It didn't hurt that her dad was Zip Lesher, longtime University Registrar.
Unfortunately Pearl Harbor occurred in December of her Freshman year and World War II didn't end until VJ Day in the summer of 1945. Traditional college life was put on hold while all efforts were directed toward winning the war.
In 1946, as Social Director at Camelback Inn in Phoenix, Sue met her future husband, Len Huck, a Navy veteran whose first civilian job was as a desk clerk at the Inn. (Len was to become President of the Valley National Bank of Arizona.) Together they built a home, raised three children, and enjoyed their life of family, friends and community activities. As of this writing (July 2008) they are still blessed with good health and wonderful memories of their 61 years together.