Robert (Bob) Leslie Huntt, 86 of Germantown, Maryland passed away on Friday, January 1, 2021. He was the son of the late Leslie F. Huntt and Madeline D. Carr (Minker). In addition to his parents, Bob was preceded in death by his wife of 36 years, Mary Jo Huntt (Watkins), his brother Edward (Ned) Huntt and sister Beverly Huntt Skeoch.
Bob is survived by his three children, ten grandchildren, and seventeen great grandchildren who all lovingly called him "Daddy Bob". His daughter Deborah Huntt Benson, her children, Robert Benson, his wife Tina, Stephen Benson, his fiancée Stephanie Blair, Jonathan Benson and his wife Liz. His daughter, Donna Metz, her husband Tom, their daughter Jessica Metz and Donna's sons, Doug Whitworth, his wife Liz, David Whitworth, and Daniel Whitworth and his fiancée Jenn. His son, Doug Huntt, his wife Cindy and their three children, Lauren Huntt Scott, her husband Trey Scott, Lindsey Huntt and Justin Huntt.
Bob dedicated his life of work with Trans-Tech, Inc. for over 40 years. He was an integral part of the companies success serving as the company’s Senior Vice President. He helped to grow the company into a World leader in the production of Advance Technical Ceramics used in wireless communications, military radar systems and global positioning systems to mention a few. Bob was known by his co-workers, friends, and family for his ability to design and fix anything. He had a brilliant engineering mind and always made work his purpose of creativity and ingenuity. Bob was always thinking how to make something better by incorporating his love of hunting and fishing into his work. He designed and patented a cold weather fishing mit, an archery arrow guide, and a trolling motor control system. He also holds multiple patents related to his work at Trans-Tech.
Bob will be best known for his sense of family whom he loved dearly. If you went to visit him you would likely find him at his pond, or "tinkering" on something in his barn. He would always stop and make you feel welcomed and loved with his genuine smile and sense of humor. Bob loved his vacation home with his late wife Mary Jo in the Florida Keys where he worked on boats and soaked up the sun, and enjoyed an occasional dance with his wife. Bob loved music especially broadway tunes. Music was always in his home and in his heart. Bob had many friends and family who loved him and he will be missed.
A private graveside service will be held on Thursday, January 7. A Celebration of Life will be held this summer at his pond for friends and family.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to: The Dementia Society of America
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