Richard Huber

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Richard Carl Huber, son of Richard and Hertha (Schade) Huber was born Jan. 16, 1945, Winner, South Dakota.
Richard joined the Army National Guard on Nov. 18, 1962. He was awarded decoration for Sharpshooter Rifle, Code of Conduct, Military Justice B, and Geneva Convention. He completed the Food Service Course on April 19 before ending his military career on May 17, 1963.
He was married to Judy Haase in Norfolk, having two children, Myla Jean Crawford, and Steven Jay Huber.
Richard married Cindy Jo Carroll, Feb. 8, 1991 with 3 stepsons, Scott C. Hueske, Travis J. Hueske, and Jeffery R. Hueske.
Rich loved life! He enjoyed God, his family, and friends! He also enjoyed fishing and hiking. But his pure enjoyment was gathering, preparing and planting nuts and seeds. Watching them grow for him to replant into nature. Rich was a truck driver when he wasn’t a chef, during his travels as a truck driver, he planted countless trees across the United States. Then retired to be near a lake, wildlife, and forest as a gate attendant for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in Purdon, Texas. He was a member of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church.
He will be remembered by all of us for his laughter, kindness, and love.
He is survived by his wife, Cindy Jo, brother, Arthur Huber, of Lincoln, sisters, Martha Nelson, of Sioux Falls, SD, and Tillie Johnson, of San Diego, CA, and by his children, Myla (Jeff) Crawford, of Norfolk, Steven (Pamela) Huber, of Hoskins, Scott (Nancy) Hueske, of Cleburne, TX, Travis Hueske, of Grand Island, Jeffery Hueske, of Carrollton, TX, 13 grandchildren, and 9 great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Richard and Hertha Huber, brothers, Paul and John Huber, and sister, Velma Honeman.
Richard will be truly missed and always loved!

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