Alfred 'Al' Frederick Huber

alfred 'al' huber

October 21, 1930 ~ December 9, 2018

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Alfred 'Al' Frederick Huber, 88, passed away Dec 9, 2018. Survived by his wife, Jane Huber; children, Georgialee (Gene) Huber, Cliff (Pam) Huber, Alene (Curtis) Feltman, Lesann (Hossain) Afshari & Judy (Dennis) Diaz. 18 grandchildren; Denisa Hicks, John Farris, Sabrina Hodge, Al Huber, Powell Huber, Lisa (Russ) Folga, Andreah Clark, Andrew Clark, Jennifer (Keith) Veldkamp, Nicole Friessen, Kristi Markoff, Kandi Kempf, Jeff (Aurora) Monteith, Josh Boleman, Chad (Sarah) Green, Robin (Darrin) Smith, Michael (Lynne) Diaz, Amy (Eric) Elson; 29 great grandchildren; Kassey & Seth Hicks, Tianna, Madison & Sierra Farris, David, Paul & Daven Huber, Hunter & Brooklann Folga, Kaleb Clark, Kevin Harris, Preston Hodge, Zadia, Gavin, Callan & Ethan Diaz, Eli & Winter Elson, Janae & Ryan Dye, Ava, Cody, Elise & Willy J Montieth, Melody Green, Braelyn & Beckett Kempf & Baby girl Veldkamp & five great great grandchildren. Survived also by sisters, Ethel Rementer & Linda Christopher. Preceded in death by his parents, Leslie and Hazel Huber; Brothers Walter Huber, Jim Huber, Les Huber and sister Margaret Grant. Al retired from the CF&I steel mill in 1986. The Colorado State Fair was one of his favorite events he looked forward to, he always gathered his family up to head out for the annual Rock Rolling, the family for many years held the title of 1st, 2nd & 3rd place, he was known to save all of his losing lotto tickets to enter for a chance to win a new car, he also enjoyed collecting all the free stuff at the state fair. Family reunions and Huber cruises were something he looked forward to, he was an avid bowler and always had a tournament to be at he would say, he enjoyed watching Wheel of Fortune and loved the Broncos. Al loved picking up his grandkids at school, and taking them to Kmart for Pretzel's, cheese and Icee's. Every Friday for the last couple of years lunch was spent at Coors tavern eating his favorite, a slopper and having a scooner of his favorite beer with his son, daughters and friends. Al will live on through the very many memories he made. Viewing, noon to 2 p.m. followed by service at 2 p.m. Monday, Dec. 17, Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Full notice and online condolences,

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  1. So sorry for your loss. Al was always a ray of sunshine at Big Daddys. He made us laugh to the point of crying many times with his wonderful sense of humor. He will be very much missed by his bowling family.

  2. That photo. Is just so Him! Always finding a way to bring a smile to everyone around him. Our family now has lost a few more limbs from this awesome family tree.
    I hope you are wearing silly hats everyday & entertaining everyone.

  3. My thoughts and prayers to you all on the passing of Al. I always smiled when i saw him. Love to the entire family and my deepest condolences to you.I remember the 4th of July i met Pam and the family for the first time and seeing Al i knew i was part of a fun family. He was larger than life and such a happy man. Thanks for that memory!!

  4. Wow, a legend has passed on. Uncle Al will be truly missed but never forgotten. He always brought into the room a full basket of contagious Cheer. The memories we have will last eternally.

  5. Many thoughts and prayers to the Huber family, Al was a great wonderful man that always had a smile and treated everyone like they were family. May you rest in peace.

  6. Karla & I loved our neighbor Al. I met Al 25 years ago thru Karla as she knew him longer. Al was a great guy. That laugh & smile of his was awesome to see & hear. I’d go across the street & chat with him ever so often as I could. Al & Jane always sat on their front porch as the nice days came & went. I will always remember Al for the smirk on his face while telling his jokes. Karla & I send out our most heartfelt condolences to Al’s family. I knew Jane as a kid b/c she lived 6 doors down from where I grew up on Adams Ave. May GOD rest Al’s beautiful soul & may he forever rest in peace.

  7. My thoughts and prayers are with this wonderful family! They lost a very special man who was happy, loving and fun to be around. He will be dearly missed. May the Lord bless and give strength and comfort to the Huber Family. Love ang hugs to all of you.

  8. So sorry for the loss of your dear father,gone but not forgotten,
    Loved you will be missed! Prayers to the family!

  9. Love you Uncle Al, and love my Huber family. Sorry I couldn’t be there, but I will be thinking of all of you.

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