Monsignor Daniel Raymond Huber

daniel huber

November 9, 1926 ~ June 17, 2022

Born in: Grand Junction, Colorado
Resided in: Colorado Springs, Colorado

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Msgr. Daniel Raymond Huber, 95, passed away on June 17, 2022. Survived by brothers, Father J. William “Bill” Huber and Francis J. “Frank” Huber. Preceded in death by parents; sister, Jean Elizabeth; and brother, Albert, Paul and Gerald Huber. Msgr. Dan was born to Michael C. and Gertrude V. (Chekal) Huber on Nov. 9, 1926, in Grand Junction, Colo. He was ordained into the priesthood on May 20, 1950, at St. Joseph’s Church in Grand Junction, and celebrated his 45th Anniversary Mass on May 11, 1995, at St. Michael’s Church in Canon City. Msgr. Dan served nine Diocesan churches and their missions over his years of active ministry. He enjoyed celebrating Mass, all Roman Catholic Liturgies, Classical and Liturgical Music and Art, annual Shakespeare Festivals, reading and study, parish social events and the Colorado Rockies. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus and Southwest Liturgical Conference which he helped bring into existence. Vigil service, 6 p.m. Monday and funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 28, 2022, both services held at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, 414 W. 11th St. with Bishop Stephen Berg as celebrant. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery in the Priest Section. Memorials may be made to the Clergy Benefit Society, c/o Diocese of Pueblo, 101 N Greenwood St, Pueblo, CO 81003 or Catholic Charities, 429 W 10th St, Pueblo, CO 81003 Online condolences,


Vigil Service: June 27, 2022 6:00 pm

Cathedral of the Sacred Heart
11th St. & Grand Ave.
Pueblo, CO 81003


Funeral Mass: June 28, 2022 10:00 am

Cathedral of the Sacred Heart
11th St. & Grand Ave.
Pueblo, CO 81003


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  1. Monsignor Daniel Huber remains in the hearts of our family. While we resided in Durango, CO, we became close friends with this kind and gentle man when he was our pastor at St. Columba Catholic Church. He was so approachable and welcoming, and a helpful minister to his flock wherever he served! We communicated with Father Dan after leaving Durango in the mid-eighties. Phone calls were a blessing to our family members and to John and me. He co-presided at my husband John’s Memorial Mass along with Father Jim Koenigsfeld who was the pastor at Saint Columba Church in 2007. Monsignor Dan Baptized one of our grandsons named Daniel Schrader, here in our cabin yard soon after our Daniel was born. He allowed us to use holy water from the parishes of each of our now grown family members to mix with that which he brought with him. Rest in peace, dear, and gentle man, in the arms of Jesus. Our condolences and compassion to his family and friends who knew him in far greater ways. What joy he must have in a heavenly reward richly deserved. Peace and Love from our memories to You.


  2. Father Dan was the Vocations Director for the Diocese of Pueblo when I attended Seminary. He was always very supportive of those of us who were studying some 700 miles away from home. He made several trips to see us Seminarians and to remind us that we were not forgotten here at home in Pueblo. He helped to keep us organized and informed while we were away. He always welcomed us home with a nice cooked meal at his house when we were on a break. He planned informative and educational retreats for us also. He was very kind and supportive to me when I needed some extra attention my first year. I am very thankful for his care, compassion and kindness during my Seminary years. Rejoice In Paradise, Fr. Dan!

  3. Fr. Dan was a young priest when my grandmother passed away unexpectedly. She left behind three underaged children among nine children altogether. The family was devastated, including my mom who was eight months pregnant. Fr. Dan went to the family to console them. My family has always to this day talked about how kind and loving he was to them. He was always in their thoughts and prayers.

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