Valerie Lynn Huber

valerie huber

July 17, 1960 ~ July 10, 2015

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Valerie Lynn Huber, 54, passed away peacefully on July 10, 2015. She was born to Paul and Betty Albritton in Chicago, Ill. Valerie is survived by her husband, Jeff Huber; children, Wyatt (Ashley) Lisonbee and Laura Lisonbee; siblings, Paula Prem and Dale Albritton; sisters and brothers-in-law, Karen (Mike) Sexton and Debbie (Dave) Dupps; nephews and nieces, Thomas Lee, Kyle Stubbs, Shane Sexton, Corey Sexton, Kayla Lee Sexton and Kelly Sexton; as well as numerous other relatives and friends. Valerie graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with a B.S. in nursing in 1982. Upon graduation, she worked at various hospitals before joining the United States Air Force. Valerie completed four years of service while rising to the rank of Captain. Her favorite past time was playing poker at the American Legion Post #2 as well as taking her dogs for walks. Valerie will be sadly missed by her family and friends alike. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Friday, July 24, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Online condolences,

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  1. Jeff, I just heard about Valerie and I’m so sorry. My prayers go out to you and your family during this very difficult time. Hang in there and I’ll be in touch soon.

  2. Dear Jeff and family,
    We are sorry for your loss. You and your family will be in our prayers.
    Mike and Rita Pando

  3. Valerie and I were best friends all thru jr high and high school. There is scarcely a memory from those days that didn\’t include Val. I wish there were some great, wise words I could offer to give you some comfort. Just remember that Val loved with all her heart. And if she loved you, you knew it. I know she was so very proud of her children and loved them so much. I will continue to pray for all of you. I pray that God will grant you all the peace that passes all understanding.

  4. Jeff, your family at Lowes is sorry for your loss and your visits at the store with Valerie will be missed. Our condolences to you and family of Valerie. Our prayers are with you.

  5. I offer my condolences to Val’s family during their time of loss. I worked at Corwin and knew Val when she was in employee health. She was a sweetheart and I loved her accent. I’m really saddened by her passing and will always remember her for being so friendly. Our loss is heavens gain!

  6. My dearest Valerie, you have been a great friend (cousin) to me, thank you for always being there. To Jeff and family: my sincerest condolences! Val was a very special person to each and everyone who knew and loved her so much. She Will forever remain in My heart and prayers. I’m sorry I could make the services.

    I love you all,
    Colleen Atwood and family

  7. My deepest sympathy for Valerie’s family, especially her children, who I know she loved so so so much! She will be sorely missed as at times she was my confidant, co-commiserator, and always, my friend – no matter how or when I drifted back into her life. I know she is at peace now, and frolicking in a hot springs in Heaven! RIP friend.

  8. My deepest condolences to Val’s family. Sadly, she left too soon. But last week, Val, shortly after your departure, and of all things…you spoke to me of the time when you pierced my ear, about 30 years ago. I would have never recalled that memory had you not whispered it to me. I now know that you’re ok with where you are and you are thinking of us. We’ll see you again. Until then I will always remember you with love.


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