Reverend Jeffrey Huard Obituary: The Saint Paul Seminary Mourns a Reverend – Death

The Saint Paul Seminary community deeply mourns the loss of Reverend Jeffrey Huard, who passed away at the age of 68. As a spiritual director and mentor, Rev. Huard dedicated his life to guiding seminarians and priests, leaving a lasting impact on countless individuals and the community he served.

Summary Table

AspectDetails
NameReverend Jeffrey Huard
Age at Passing68 years
Role at SeminarySpiritual Director (2009-2021)
Previous RolesPastor, Director of Campus Ministry, Chaplain, Parochial Vicar
Ordination1994, Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis
Funeral ArrangementsVisitation and Funeral Mass at St. John Neumann Parish, Eagan, Minnesota

Reverend Huard’s Contribution to The Saint Paul Seminary

Rev. Jeffrey Huard served as the spiritual director at The Saint Paul Seminary from 2009 until his retirement in 2021. His guidance was instrumental in shaping the spiritual journey of many seminarians and priests.

Legacy of Compassion and Leadership

Rev. Huard is remembered for his compassionate and loving nature, exemplifying the qualities of a holy priest. His leadership at the seminary was marked by his commitment to helping others grow closer to Christ.

Reverend Huard’s Ministry and Career

Ordained in 1994, Rev. Huard served in various capacities including as pastor, director of campus ministry, and chaplain. His dedication to his ministry was evident throughout his career, touching the lives of many in different roles.

Funeral and Memorial Services

The funeral for Rev. Jeffrey Huard will be held at St. John Neumann Parish in Eagan, Minnesota. The community will gather to pay respects and celebrate his life, reflecting on the profound impact he had on those around him.

Conclusion

Reverend Jeffrey Huard’s passing is a significant loss for The Saint Paul Seminary and the wider community. His life of service, spiritual guidance, and unwavering faith will continue to inspire and guide those who knew him. We remember and honor his legacy as we bid him farewell.