Obituary of Walter Huber
Walter Huber passed away at home on Saturday, April 8th. He shared 74 years of love and faith with his family and community. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Wednesday, April 12th at 11 am at Our Lady of The Magnificat, Kinnelon, NJ. Burial to follow at the church Cemetery. Visiting hours will be held on Tuesday, April 11th from 3-7 pm at the church.
Walter grew up in Fort Lee and settled in Kinnelon over 30 years ago. He worked for Prentice Hall for many years, retiring as VP in his department. Recently, he and Nancy moved to Lincoln Park to downsize. Walt was a longtime member of Our Lady of The Magnificat Church and served with the Knights of Columbus Council #14493. A man of deep faith, he donated much of his time to the church and community. He served as a Eucharistic Minister and he drove much needed clothing and food to families who were less fortunate. He was also a longtime bus driver for children with special needs, a job which he loved. He was a member of the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) and the MG Car Club. It was at one event that he met his wife Nancy. He was very active in the SCCA and very much enjoyed being a flagger and later becoming a steward. Walter always had a smile on his face and lived a very happy life. He was always available to lend a hand or impart some knowledge upon you, as he had so much of it. He loved a cold Shiner Bock and above everything else, spending time with his family. He was the proudest Opa to his five grandchildren and loved to brag about all of their accomplishments. He was a dear friend and loving husband and will be missed beyond words.
Walter is survived by his loving family, Nancy (nee Griffith) of 29 years; Albert Sica (Carolyn) and Tracy Sica; grandchildren Madalyn, Ryan and Zachary Sica and Cole and Tyler Klein and many more dear relatives and friends.
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