Margaret M. Huber

  • Born: July 29, 1922
  • Died: January 1, 2016
  • Location: Solon, Iowa

Gay & Ciha Funeral and Cremation Service

2720 Muscatine Avenue
Iowa City, IA 52240

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Tribute & Message From The Family


Margaret Mary Huber, 93 of Solon, died January 1, 2016, at the Solon Care Center.

A private family gathering will take place at a later date, with burial at the St. Joseph Cemetery in Farley, Iowa. Online condolences may be sent for her family through the funeral home website @ www.gayandciha.com.

Margaret was born July 29, 1922, in Cascade, Iowa the daughter of John and Elizabeth (Meyer) Huber. She graduated from Farley High School and later moved to the Iowa City area. Here she worked at the Veterans Administration Medical Center for over 32 years before retiring in 1984. She moved to St. Petersburg, Florida enjoying the sun shine for 29 years, returning to Iowa in 2013.

Her family includes a sister-in-law, Lucile Huber; nieces and nephews, Walter Huber Jr (Donna)., Eugene Huber (Lorraine), Gary Huber (Diane), Gwen Jensen (Raymond), Tim Huber (Pam), Dudley Huber (Diane), Robert Huber (Mary), John Huber, Steve Huber (Mary), Matt Huber (Jill), Phil Huber (Terry), Mike Huber (Sheryl) and Jeff Huber.

She was preceded in death by her parents, sister, Elizabeth "Betty" Gundersen (Augon); brother's Walter (Irene), Daniel (Mary "Jean"), Martin (Marie), LeRoy, and Paul "Ivo" (Lucile), Jerome "Jerry" (Lyndell "Lynn"); a nephew, Daniel Huber Jr; a niece Kathleen Huber; and a great niece Mindy Sue Huber.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

In 1980 I moved from Arizona to Coralville, Iowa with my husband and baby. Margaret was my next door neighbor when I lived across from West Music in the Carol Ann Apts (now the location of the Coralville Center for the Performing Arts). She welcomed me to this area, offering her friendship and conversation. I would drop over to her apartment many times to just talk. When Margaret moved to Florida we did not correspond. I wish I had known that she had moved back. I would have enjoyed "catching up" on the 29 years she had been gone. While we were still neighbors, maybe when my son turned 1 or 2, Margaret gave Joel a hand made wooden toy, a bus he could push around on the floor, with storage compartment flaps he could flip up and down. I still have that bus, a reminder of my son's childhood and the kind neighbor who made us feel welcome.

Posted by Geraldine Jensma - coralville, IA - 1980 neighbor   January 10, 2016

Bob and Mary- Margaret will always hold special memories for me. She always had a hug and a smile everytime I saw her. Her smile and little laugh could make anyones day better! I am so blessed to have gotten to take care of her. You two were so good to her.

Posted by Tiffany Koss - Swisher, IA   January 09, 2016


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