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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Alfred W. Huber, age 71, of Zieglerville, PA

Alfred W. Huber

Alfred W. Huber, age 71, of Zieglerville, PA, passed away on June 15, 2017. 

He was born in Brownsville, PA on July 28, 1945, the son of the late Thomas R. and Tosca (Nesti) Huber.

Al has been living in the Schwenksville area since 1969, formerly of Levittown. He was a faithful member of True North Christian Church of Trappe.

Alfred W. Huber, “Al” to all who knew him, was a hands-on kind of man.

In High School, he was a member of the first graduating class of Bucks County Technical School where he majored in Commercial Art while taking his core classes at Delhaas High School in Bristol, PA. There he put his hands to good use earning awards for discus and shotput in Track & Field and acclaim for his murals that always took the top prize in the school’s annual Tiger Frolics competitions.
US Air Force Veteran

Upon graduating he enlisted in the United States Air Force. Upon completion of his military service he married his sweetheart, Carol Rhoades; with whom he would have celebrated a 50th anniversary this coming December 23rd.

His hands would be employed in layout design for both local and national publications. His hands would enable him to add photography to his skills and strike out on his own as “AW Huber Photography & Design”.

His hands would demo light tables leading to sales for Gallo Machine Company of Bechtelsville. His hands would represent small manufacturers of low end printing equipment as “The Printer’s Showcase”.

In 1986, he would invent a hanging file system for the Graphic Arts Industry known as “Pathfinder Vue-File Systems, Inc.”, and his hands would build it’s shelving units and carry them to tradeshows around the country. He would sell the business and retire in 2006.

In his life his hands would also allow him to enjoy fishing, golfing and playing guitar. But the best use of his hands had to be lifting them in praise of his Lord and hugging and holding those he loved, especially Carol and their sons, James Daniel and Jason Wayne and grandchildren Lucy & Griffin.

Sadly his hands would fall victim to the debilitating pain of diabetic neuropathy. But now he’s in the hands of Jesus and all is well.

Survivors include his beloved wife of 49 years, Carol (Rhoades) Huber of Zieglerville,

Two sons, James ( & Amanda) Huber of Raritan, NJ, and Jason Huber of Clearfield, PA;

Sister, Ardebene (Dave) England; brother, Arthur (Robin) Huber, of Coudersport, PA and twin brother, Albert Dewayne (Bev) Huber of Shinglehouse, PA. He is also survived by his two grandchildren, Lucy and Griffin Huber.

Along with his parents, Al was preceded in death by his brother, Thomas Huber.

His Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, June 24, 2017 at 11 AM at the True North Christian Church, 104 W. 3rd Ave., Trappe, PA 19426.

Interment will be private.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: The Nature Conservancy at www.nature.org

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