AUBURN, Mass. - Harold C. “Skip” Hurlbrink III, 59, died suddenly Saturday, July 28 in Fort Pierce, FL.
He leaves a son, Charles D. Lindgren and his wife Cynthia of North Brookfield, a daughter, Heather T. McKusick and her husband Timothy of Warren, his mother, Constance Bredenberg of Auburn, a brother, Frederick C. Hurlbrink, Sr. and his wife Luann of Brookfield, three grandsons; Eric, Tyler and Cody, two nephews and several cousins.
Born to Harold C. Jr. and Constance (Crawford) Hurlbrink on February 21, 1953 in Orlando, FL.
Mr. Hurlbrink was a member of the Burncoat High School class of 1971. He enlisted in the Navy and graduated from basic training at Naval Station Great Lakes in 1971. He earned his GED while serving and was stationed at the Brooklyn Naval Yard. He served aboard the USS Compass Island and was honorably discharged in 1972.
Upon returning to the Worcester area Mr. Hurlbrink worked as a barber at a number of local shops, including Susie’s Clip Joint in Worcester. He also took courses at Becker College in Leicester.
A Memorial Service will be Saturday, August 11 at 11:30 a.m. in Bethel Lutheran Church, 90 Bryn Mawr Ave., in Auburn. There are no calling hours. Burial of ashes will be private in Old Swedish Cemetery, Worcester and at the convenience of the family.
The J. Henri Morin & Son Funeral Home, 23 Maple Terr., Spencer are directing arrangements.