Adolph Rudolph Huber died Tuesday, March 3rd at Chehalis West Assisted Living; he was 86. He was born January 1st, 1934 to Joe and Hermina (Mueller) Huber in Frances, Washington. After graduating from Lebam High School, he went to work for Weyerhauser. On December 31, 1955 he married Cecelia “Geri” Friese in PeEll, Washington. In 1956 he enlisted in the U.S. Army. Here he was stationed in Germany, and in two years received his honorable discharge. Adolph returned home to work the family farm for the next 35 years. During this era he also did some substitute bus driving for the Willapa Valley School District. It was here, after his farming days were concluded, he finished his working career as maintenance man and bus driver. Adolph was a life-long member of the Lewis Pacific Swiss Society, a member of Holy Family Catholic Church, the Elks, Eagles, American Legion, VFW, life member NRA, and the North American Hunt Club. He also retired from the Lebam Fire Department after 25 years’ service. Some of his hobbies include hunting, fishing, traveling and attending Valley’s school sporting events. He was every family members’ biggest fan. He is preceded in death by his parents and his brothers Conrad and Fred. Surviving him are his Wife Geri of Chehalis, sister Rosemary Knotek of Sequim, 4 daughters: Shelly Huber of Kuna, ID, Denise (Rick) Boone of Raymond, Colette (Dale) Grant of Woodinville, and Shannon Huber of Chehalis. He is also survived by his sons Ted (Cheri) of Tenino, and Steve (Brandi) of Frances, 13 grandchildren, and 8 great grandchildren. A Rosary service is being held at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 11 at the Holy Family Catholic Church in Frances with 11:00 Funeral Mass following. Burial at Fern Hill Cemetery in Menlo will conclude the services with Military Honors accorded by American Legion Post #150. All are invited to a potluck gathering at the Swiss Hall following internment at Fern Hill. Memorials may be made to the Holy Family Catholic Church Alter Society and to Lewis Pacific Swiss Society. Send attn: Patti Gwerder, 331 Elk Prairie Road, Raymond, WA 98577 Special thank you to Lynette Faulkner and to Chehalis West Assisted Living Facility. Arrangements are in care of Stoller’s Mortuary in Raymond, Washington.
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