November 16, 2023
Marjorie Huber, age 93, passed away peacefully in her sleep on November 9, 2023, at the Worland Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center. Born on July 22, 1930, in Perry, Iowa, to Bert Paul and Lela Pauline (Wagner) Field, Marjorie's life was a testament to love, dedication, and unwavering support.
Marjorie earned her teaching degree and embarked on a career as a substitute teacher. However, her true passion and calling were found in the role of a devoted stay-at-home mom, raising six children with boundless love and care. She instilled in them the values of family, resilience, and a deep appreciation for the world around them.
Weekends in the Huber household were synonymous with skiing adventures at Meadowlark. Marjorie, with a spirit of adventure, led her family down the slopes, and her commitment extended to serving on the ski patrol for a time. Her love for the outdoors and the thrill of skiing created cherished memories for her children.
Marjorie's community involvement was extensive, particularly with the Cub Scouts, where she played an integral role during the early years of her children's growth. A skilled and gracious hostess, she was known for her culinary talents, always preparing delicious meals for family gatherings and large groups.
Her commitment to faith was evident in her involvement with the First Presbyterian Church, she was actively involved, putting her faith into practice through teaching Sunday school, serving in church leadership, singing in choir, participating in bible study groups, and of course bringing her family to church every Sunday to assure they understood the value of faith and service. One of her favorite church services was the outdoor service in the mountains.
Marjorie was a mom to many. Friends of her children would fondly call her "Mother Marge" or "Mom Huber". She opened her home to her children's friends, many of whom considered the Huber home their home. She performed in many productions presented by Worland Community Players, was a Past President and devoted 55-year member of P.E.O., volunteered as a foster grandmother at Head Start, and received a community volunteer award for coordinating the Christmas Basket Program for many years.
Marjorie's warmth extended to her grandchildren, who fondly remember helping her with various projects and receiving unwavering support in all their endeavors. She was particularly active in supporting her son's swimming career, earning the title of a proud and supportive "swim mom" from his early years through college.
Marjorie Huber's legacy is one of love, resilience, and community spirit. Her impact on the lives of her family, friends, and community will be remembered with deep affection. May she rest in eternal peace, surrounded by the love she so generously shared throughout her remarkable life. The Huber family is grateful for the loving care she received by staff at the Worland Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center.
Marjorie Huber was preceded in death by her parents, Burt and Lela Field, her husband, Phillip Huber; grandson, Miles Huber and niece Mary Strutzel.
She is survived by her sons, David (Heidi) Huber of Worland, Kemper (Janet) Huber of Fishers, Indiana, Jay (Shari) Huber of Eaton, Colorado, Brian (Jennifer) of Rockwall, Texas, Lance Huber of Raleigh North Carolina; daughter Lynn (Joe) Morin of Summerfield, Florida; grandchildren, Branton, Taylor, Andy (Megan), Ben (Kenzie), Curran, Caroline, Callahan, Grant and Anna; great-grandchildren: Hadley, Joni, Royce, Ozzy, Hudson, and Hayden; niece Margaret (Greg) Hull of St. Paul, Minnesota and great nieces Katie and Jenny Hull both of Chicago, Illinois.
Cremation has taken place and a celebration of life will be planned at a later date. Memorial donations may be made to the charity of your choice in Marjorie's name. Online condolences can be made at http://www.bryantfuneralhomeonline.com.