Brent Alan Huber, 63, of Odessa, Texas was called to his heavenly home on 5/23/18 in his home surrounded by family.
Viewing will be held at 9 AM with funeral services at 10 AM on Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints on JBS Parkway in Odessa, Texas with Bishop Kurt Coombs officiating. Burial will follow at Sunset Cemetery and arrangements are by Sunset funeral home.
Brent Alan Huber was born in Odessa Texas to Stanley Paul Huber and Theda Francis Huber on 7/8/1954. He went to Odessa high school. He married Reba Jean Golden on 6/28/1977 in the Mesa Arizona Temple. He worked as a Repair Technician at Southwestern Bell Telephone company for 33 years. He was involved in the Prop Busters RC Airplane Club, he played many years as a pitcher for the Stormin Mormons slow pitch softball team. He dedicated his life to the Lord by serving in various callings in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints where he also served for 2 yrs. in the California Anaheim mission at age 19.
Brent is preceded in death by his parents Stanley and Theda Huber and Brother Wayne Huber.
Brent is survived by his wife Reba children Taff(Melanie)Huber, Trent(Meghan)Huber, Mindy(Fred) Arp and Heather (Clay) Stock and his sister Susan(Bryce) Shiner of Broomfield Colorado and 14 grandchildren.
His Greatest love in life was his family and felt so blessed to have them all live so near.
Pallbearers will be Taff Huber, Trent Huber, Clay Stock, Ty Huber, Errick Huber, Rodd Huber, John Jackson and Ethan Ormsby.
The family wishes to extend our sincere thanks to Dr. George and Dr. Kazor as well as all the nurses and technicians at The West Texas Oncology Center along with Hospice.
Arrangements are under the direction of Sunset Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home.
I'm so sorry for your loss. Brother Huber, as I knew him, was one of my favorite Sunday School teachers growing up. I will always remember him fondly.
Sean Perry Di StefanoLas Cruces, NM
So sorry to hear about your husband. Praying for God’s peace and grace in the times to come for you and your family.
Tresa BradleyHughes Springs, TX
Brent was always a fun person to be around, working on the farm, church youth trips, and everyday living were all full of adventures and fun. Brent will be missed, but never forgotten. May the Lord bless and comfort his dear family as they go through this . Our prayers are with you.
Kathleen and I are very sorry for your loss.Brent was a very good friend that i worked with at SBC and played softball with. He will be truly miss by all who knew him. Glen and Kathleen Hocutt
Glen L HocuttOdessa, TX