Warren E Huber
WARREN E. HUBER Warren E. Huber was born July 16, 1896 in Buxton, Oregon where he lived with his parents and was educated. He was the youngest of eleven (11) children of pioneer parents Henry and Olive Staley Huber, who came to Oregon from Kansas in 1885 and settled in the Buxton-Kist area. In 1913, his parents moved to Centerville, which was formerly located on the Cornelius-Schefflin Road. He was employed in his younger years as a Portland firefighter and logger. During World War II he worked in Portland shipbuilding, however his prime occupation involved farming. During World War I, Warren enlisted in the Army Air Corps and served overseas in England. Following his honorable discharge, he returned to Centerville, where he met and married the late Hilda Van Lom and together they operated a farm in the Centerville area for thirty-eight years. He retired after the death of his wife in 1965. Warren was an avid outdoorsman and was considered and expert hunter and fisherman. He also was a long time member of Visitation Parish of Verboort, and both he and his late wife Hilda, volunteered their time and effort to help make the Church's now famous sausage dinners fund raising program successful since its inception. He leaves numerous nieces and nephews. There's an open gate at the end of the road through which each must go alone, and there in a light we cannot see our Father claims his own. Beyond the gate your loved one finds happiness and rest, and there is comfort in the thought that a loving God knows best.