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Robert E. "Bob" Huber
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Birth: Feb. 14, 1933
La Crosse
Rush County
Kansas, USA
Death: Dec. 18, 2003
La Crosse
Rush County
Kansas, USA

LA CROSSE Robert E. "Bob" Huber, 70, died Dec. 18 at his home in La Crosse. He was born Feb. 14, 1933, at La Crosse, the son of George Jake and Mary Elizabeth Hearting Huber. He was a 1951 graduate of La Crosse High School. He married Jo Ann Seaman July 29, 1952, at La Crosse. A lifelong Rush County resident, he was a farmer and stockman.

Huber was a member of Evangelical United Brethren Church and served on the La Crosse Coop Board.

Survivors include his wife of the home; one son, Randy L. Huber of La Crosse; two daughters, Diana M. Huber of Topeka and Patricia L. Moran of McCracken; and six grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by one daughter, Katherine Huber; two brothers, George Huber Jr. and Willard Huber; and one sister, Wilma Huber.

Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Janousek Funeral Home in La Crosse. Burial will be at La Crosse City Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to Rush County Memorial Hospital in La Crosse or Central Rush County Emergency Medical Service of La Crosse, both in care of Janousek Funeral Home in La Crosse.

From Great Bend Kansas Tribune Dec. 19, 2003 
Family links: 
  George Jake Huber (1895 - 1967)
  Mary Elizabeth Hearting Huber (1893 - 1985)
  Wilma Huber (____ - 1929)*
  George F. Huber (____ - 1926)*
  Robert E. Huber (1933 - 2003)
*Calculated relationship
La Crosse Cemetery
La Crosse
Rush County
Kansas, USA
Created by: smurph
Record added: Jun 04, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 91359215
Robert E. Bob Huber
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