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Frank Huber

Frank Huber

May 18, 2009

Frank Huber
Huber, Frank; at Groves Memorial Community Hospital, Fergus on Monday May 18, 2009. Frank Charles Huber of RR #2, Kenilworth in his 79th year. Beloved husband of Joyce (Cook) Huber. Loved father of Robert Huber & wife Heather of RR #2, Kenilworth, Mary Ellen Wiltshire & husband Ron of RR #1, Mount Forest and Jocelyn Houser & husband Mike of RR #1, Mount Forest. Loving grandfather to Lee-Anne, Jason, Kelsey, Khaila, Adam & Crystal, Laura & Sandy, Brad, Ethan, Alaina, Zach and Quentin. Dear brother of Gertrude (Winger) and Earl Brillinger of Palmerston, Leo Huber of New Hamburg and Lorne Huber & wife Shirley of Waterloo. Brother-in-law of Audrey Huber of Petersburg and Irene Huber of Kitchener. Predeceased by brothers and sisters Anna Polzin & husband Everett, Armella Huber, Collette Lehmann & husband Albert, Martha Huber, Genevieve Henhoefer & husband Edward, Albert Huber & wife Eileen, Lambert Huber, Irene Reinhart & husband Walter, Anthony Huber, brother-in-law Clifford Winger and sister-in-law Ruth Huber. Friends may call at the Hendrick Funeral Home, Mount Forest on Wednesday from 7:00 to 9:00p.m. and Thursday from 12noon to 1:45p.m. The funeral service will be held at St. Paul 's Anglican Church, Mount Forest on Thursday May 21st at 2:00p.m. Interment at Mount Forest Cemetery. Memorial donations to St. Mary's Hospital, Kitchener would be appreciated by the family. On line condolences may be made at www.hendrickfuneralhome.com


Heather, Robert and family I was so sad to see of Frank's passing. I will always remember his big smile and what a great neighbour he was. It looks like you have had a busy week last week Heather. Had I known I would have gone into the wake. I will keep you in my prayers

— Beth Leith(McDonald), May 27, 2009

Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this most difficult time.

— , January 1, 2010

We were saddened to hear of Uncle Frank's passing. I remember him as a very hard working man and possessing a hearty laugh. On one occasion when I was still a pre-schooler the subject of peas came up. I said, out of the blue, "peas are good for your system". Well Uncle Frank laughed and laughed. For the next few years whenever he saw me he would ask, "What are peas good for?" I would tell him and of course he would laugh again. I shall miss him but will remember him fondly always.

— Jim and Loretta Lehmann, May 20, 2009

Dear Great Aunt Joyce and Family, We will both really miss Great Uncle Frank or just "Frank" as he liked me to call him. It was a tremendous pleasure to get to know him. We had many fantastic stories and laughs every time that we got together. He always liked to try and open my eyes to the country living. I will personally never forget the time that I spent down on the farm working as it is called but seemed a lot more like friends enjoying each others company. He was always a really accepting person and always made Elizabeth and I feel at home when we dropped down to visit. Elizabeth will never forget him taking her out in the tractor the first time they met. She will always remember Frank as having an easy way about him, full of smiles and laughs. He had a big heart and a neat sense of humor too. It seemed as though he was admired and respected by many, even if they didn't know him all that well. I feel that way about him as well. He will definitely be missed. Future visits will not be the same without him. We wished our little Caelan could have gotten to meet him. Our thoughts and prayers are with Joyce and family. Heaven got a good one and we rejoice in that! Love, Benjamin, Elizabeth and Caelan

— Benjamin and Elizabeth Stewart, May 20, 2009

Our deepest sympathy at your lost of your husband/father /grandfather. So very sorry for your loss and we regret our absence. Just know that our thoughts and prayers are with yous. Garry&Karen Becker

— GARRY & KAREN BECKER, May 20, 2009

Jocelyn,Mike,Zach and Quentin, So very sorry to hear the passing of your father and grandfather. Jeff said that Zach really enjoyed being with his grandfather. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.

— Don, Gwen and Jeff Cormack, May 20, 2009

I am sorry for you lose and regret my absence. My thoughts are with you and you are all in my prayers.

— Mark De Quetteville, May 19, 2009

We are very surprised and sorry to hear of Frank's passing. Our prayers are with all the family as you adjust to life without a dear husband, father and grandfather. We will miss his laughter and joy at family events and when we visit the farm, as he always had great stories of personal, community and family history. We always left encouraged because he shared his love with us.

— Archie and Wendy Stewart, May 19, 2009

Our prayers and sympathy. I will always remember my Uncle Frank as a witty, funny and kind person with bright twinkling eyes and a great smile. I knew him from the 1930's and made him an Uncle when he was only four years old! He made willow whistles from the willow trees circling the pond down by the barn, every time I visited my grandmother! Although I just may have bugged him to make them for me. He was also good at making writing pens or quill pens from a goose feather he would retrieve from that same pond area. This was long before there were ball point pens!!! So you see he was very talented. But . . he also tried to trick me into tasting a weed he held up, it had a pretty pink spire type flower and brown spots on the leaves. I knew it as "smart weed" and if you chewed it your tongue did smart! He could not fool me on that one! I knew my weeds. Oh that was so long ago, I shall miss him dearly. (Frank's first niece Lorraine)

— Lorraine and Elson, January 1, 2010

To my great aunt Joyce and her children, Our deepest condolences to you all. All your family is there for you in grief and love. God now embraces him in heaven and know that, even if it feels as if you are alone, you never are. Sincerely, Me and mine

— Lisa Dawn Haayen-Kellman, May 19, 2009

We were very sorry to hear about the sudden death of Uncle Frank. Even though we didn't see him often,it was great to know that we had such a kind and loving uncle. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Garry and Mary

— Garry and Mary Leveck, May 19, 2009

Jocelyn and Mike and family. Our deepest sympathy at the loss of your dad and grandfather. Thinking about you. Ken and Linda and your coworkers at Dewar Services

— Ken and Linda Dewar, May 19, 2009

We send our most heartfelt sympathy for the loss of Uncle Frank. May your love and many memories help comfort you during this difficult time. Sincerely, Brian and Sharon

— , January 1, 2010

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294 Main Street South
P.O. Box 38, Mount Forest
Ontario, Canada N0G 2L0
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