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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Charles Edward Huber

1962 - 2021

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Charles Edward Huber died on March 27, 2021.  He was born August 31, 1962 in Martins Ferry, Ohio to Walter E. Huber and Alice Marie Mills.  

Chuck graduated from Bridgeport High. He worked as a Warehouse Manager for WCI, a specialty fiberglass company.

Chuck loved to play billiards. During his free time he would play in tournaments. He loved his job. He was always joking. Even in his last days he knew how to lighten up a serious room.

Surviving Chuck are his children, Jon (Mindy) Huber and Desiree Gilbert; grandchildren: Jaylin, Kylee, Malcolm, Takayla and Xander; and many brothers and sisters: Jackie Beckett, Tammy, Traci, Terry, Tommy, Scott, Bobby, Jeff and Vincent Nixon; Sharon, Mike, Darlene, Rick and Kim Huber.

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Madison Nixon

April 3, 2021 7:58 AM

Sadly never got to meet uncle Chuck, but my dad keeps telling me stories and he seemed like an amazing guy. I love you uncle Chuck, you will be missed ...

Cathy (Sylvis) McBride

April 2, 2021 9:56 AM


Prayers for you and the whole family. I didn’t know Chuck as an adult but I sure do remember him when we were little. He was one of “us nine” and I have a lot of memories playing outside, going swimming, big pots of food being cooked, overflowing beds, and a full house every other weekend and two weeks in the summer!!! We all looked after each other. We didn’t even have to find other kids to play with because there was never a dull moment!!! He was “little Chuckie” in our pack. He sure looks like your dad in this picture. I know you will miss him and I am sorry for your loss. 💔

Lee Whitehead

March 31, 2021 8:47 AM

I met Chuck at WCI when I started working there. He always seemed to know what was going on. If I had a question about anything in the warehouse, Chuck had the answer. He was an inventor. Chuck invented numerous devices that made his job and the of jobs of other employees easier and faster. Chuck was also a great welder and carpenter. Chuck had a wonderful work ethic. He was faithfully working 40+ hours a week at WCI up to just a few short weeks before his passing. He had a great sense of humor and was always willing to help anyone at WCI. On behalf of everyone at WCI, we will miss Chuck.

Kent Whitehead

March 31, 2021 8:19 AM

I enjoyed working with Chuck, He always worked to make things work better. He seemed to know what everyone needing and had a plan to improve getting things done. He will be sincerely missed. He just seemed to know how to make life at work better. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of his family and friends.

Eric Gilbert

March 30, 2021 12:35 PM

Chuck was an awesome man. Always positive. Always joking. You knew he was there. I really enjoyed beating him in billiards(total joke!). His shoes will always be called chucks! Rest In Peace Chuck.

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