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Henry F. Aube
August 7, 1936 ~ October 31, 2023 (age 87) 87 Years Old
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Henry Felix Aube, well known as "Hank,” left this world On October 31, 2023, peacefully at his home.
He was born in Burlington, Vermont on August 7, 1936 to Roland and Blanch Aube (Benoit) who predeceased him. He was also predeceased by 4 of his 5 siblings and his grandson: Jason Brown (Mary's son) and his son-in-law: George Stuber (Marie’s husband).
He is survived by his brother: George Aube and his 3 daughters and their families.
His daughter: Marie Stuber; grandson: Shawn Stuber; great-grandsons: Warren, Preston, and Simon; great-granddaughters: Serenity and Cassidy; great-great-grandson: Wyatt Stuber (Warren).
His daughter: Mary Brown (Jim); grandson: Lewis Brown (Deanna); granddaughter: Hope Spadine (Tyler); great-grandsons: Jason and Oliver Spadine; granddaughter: Sarah Brown.
His daughter: Cheryl Frantzen (Dale); granddaughters: Denyse Frantzen, Sarah Frantzen; grandson: Adam Frantzen.
Henry was raised on the Aube Family Farm in Charlotte, Vermont, which is still owned by family members, but Henry found his natural talents to be in construction. He enjoyed running large equipment as well as building construction. During the 1960’s, he moved to NY where he first lived in Speculator, later moving to Middleburgh and then Cobleskill. He was a member of the local 138 Operators Union where he notably worked on the construction of I-88 from Binghamton to Albany. In the off season and after he retired from the Union, he used his skills as a self-employed building contractor. He was also well known behind the bar or in the banquet room at Boreali's Restaurant serving the customers.
Burial will be on the Aube Family Farm in the family's private cemetery with a date yet to be determined.
Coltrain Funeral Home, LLC of Middleburgh is honored to be caring for Henry and his family.