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Husted CrYer Oct 01, 2004

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Oct, 01, 2004, Volume 10, Issue 10

Randy Husted lost home in hurricane

Florence Husted - Sep 23, 2004

Randy Husted and his wife from FL lost there home in the hurricane BJ Coffell went and got the 5 kids and tuck them to AL to Randys mothers Betty They got hit in the first storm. Randy and wife are now living with his mothers in AL They do not plan on going back to FL

Subject Hurricanes

Surviving, Vernon W. Becvar

I've been quite fortunate; as my decisions have been good ones when trying to avoid the hurricanes. Today, Hurricane Jeane decided to head for Tampa; so, I was spared again. We are experiencing heavy winds and rain; but, that will pass soon enough. Yesterday, I was in Panama City Beach, Florida; but, I headed home this morning when I heard Jeane was heading Westward. My trip home was uneventful; and, the Jaquars won again this afternoon to go to 3 and 0.

HFNA elections to be held Dec. 1st.


If you would like to run for a office in the Husted Family National Assoc.. E-mail your name to LeRoy Husted ( ) and he will list it.All names must be in by Oct. 5th, Offices up for election are.

(1) Co- chairmen of the board

(2) Secretary

(3) Trustee To

To be able to run you must be :

(a) 18 years old or older

(b) Have a computer on the web

(c) Be a Husted, or Descendent of a Husted or a spouse of Husted or their descendent.

(d) Attend board meetings on the net.

Husted Family National Assoc.



Matt Husted is in his first season as a member of the Toledo baseball staff for the 2004 season. Husted main responsibilities will be as recruiting coordinator and pitching coach.

Husted most recently completed a season as an assistant coach at Eastern Illinois after spending the previous four years as an assistant and recruiting coordinator at Ball State.

BSU won two MAC titles and three West Division crowns in those four years. During the 2002 season, he was the catching and assistant pitching coach for the Cardinals, working with first-round draft picks Bryan Bullington (1st overall pick) and Luke Hagerty (32nd). In his four years in Muncie, IN, Husted coached 20 Cardinals who were drafted, including four (Larry Bigbie, Brad Snyder, Bullington and Hagerty) in the first round.

Prior to his stint at Ball State, Husted worked for three years as an assistant coach at Grace College (1995-98), in charge of recruiting, hitting and team defense. After a three-year playing career as a catcher at Miami, Husted graduated Cum Laude with a bachelor's degree in mass communications and a minor in geology in 1995. He is currently pursuing a master's degree.

A native of Pickerington, OH, Husted toured South Africa and Zimbabwe in 1994 with Athletes in Action. As head coach, he led Athletes in Action back to South Africa four years later. Through Athletes in Action, he has worked clinics and coached games in Slovakia, the Czech Republic, France and Canada.

"I'm thrilled to be coming back to the MAC and Ohio," Husted said. "This is a great opportunity for me, and I look forward for the challenges that lie ahead."

Husted is married to the former Jessica Horner. The couple welcomed their first son, Noah, on February 1.

New sponsors for the My Family. Com web site for 2005

The members of the Husted Family National Assoc. give thank to :

Florence Husted

Sharon Woodard

LeRoy Husted

Roger Woodard

Roberta Bush

Gene Husted

Debi Cooney

For sponsoring the My Family. Com web site for one more year We will be saleing 2005 calendars for the rest of this year for $ 15.00 the income from the sale is $4.00 this will be applied to the cost of the web site and potage in the next year THANK YOU



Matt Husted is married to the former Jessica Horner. The couple welcomed their first son, Noah, on February 1, 2004.

Low Carb Dishes

Cajunized Salmon Steaks

Wilfred Husted - Apr 15, 2001


: Salmon (or other large fish) steaks rubbed with Cajun seasoning and grilled over very hot coals. I


Fresh salmon steaks Cajun seasoning (Paul Prudhommes's, etc. or make your own) Olive oil


Rub salmon steaks with olive oil and then coat with the Cajun seasoning. Grill closely over very hot coals. Depending on the thickness of the steaks, 6-8 minutes are sufficient. I like them medium to medium-rare.

The steaks won't be blackened but should have a nice thin crusty surface, sort of "browned".

Number Of Servings:One steak per person

Preparation Time:15-20 minutes including grilling

Bourbon Street Chicken

Debi Cooney



1/4 cup olive or Canola Oil

1Cup chopped onion (Abt 1 large)

1/2 half pound Fresh mushrooms (or 4 oz canned)

2 tsp minced garlic

1 large tomato chopped

1 med. green pepper chopped

1-24 oz can V8 (i use low sodium)

6 boneless,skinless chicken breasts

3/4 lb. angel hair pasta, fusilli or brown rice


In 6 qt. Dutch oven heat oil. Add onion, peppers, mushrooms and garlic. Cook 3-4 minutes. till tender. Push to side, Add chicken and lightly brown both sides. Spoon onion mixture onto chicken and pour V8 over. Simmer uncovered over low heat 15-20 minutes or till chicken is tender. Place pasta or rice on platter. Place chicken on top, cover and keep warm. Simmer sauce uncovered 5-10 minutes, till reduced to 1/3 cup thickened. Pour over chicken and serve. Very good.

Number Of Servings:6 servings

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