Robert Bernard Huber of Prineville, OR passed away on Saturday, November 21, 2020 at the age of 77. Over the course of a decade he battled numerous health complications with which he fought every step of the way with humor and stubbornness. Unfortunately, after a few days of battling pneumonia, he died peacefully in his sleep, falling into a kind of rest everyone deserves and hopes for. He passed on with the knowledge that he was loved deeply by many.
Bob was born in San Francisco, CA on August 6, 1943 to father Edmond “Bob” Huber and Marie Huber. He grew up in the Visitation Valley neighborhood making lifelong friends and mischief. He graduated from Balboa High School and enrolled in the Air Force shortly after, where he served as Crew Chief in the Vietnam War. Upon returning, he worked as a longshoreman, member of ILWU Local 10. During this time, he met his lovely wife, Roberta, and they settled in Novato, CA and raised two daughters, Christine and Audrey.
Bob had many creative outlets, from fishing to cooking. He was a skilled artist with an adventurous spirit. Anyone that knew him had a funny story of some sort to share. He loved a good beer and was proud of his well-stocked bar.
Bob was preceded in death by his parents and by his brother, William Huber. He is survived by his wife, Roberta Huber; children, Christine Huber and Audrey Huber (Eli Garsha); grandchildren, Angelina Huber, Eva Huber, Jaden Garsha, and Ruby Garsha; several nieces and nephews; and many friends he regarded as family.
Bob was a very unique and special person with a huge heart who was loved immensely by all that met him. He will be missed dearly.
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