Huber, Gary D.


Gary Dean Huber, Age 58 and resident of Garland, Texas died Friday, June 1, 2012 at 12:30 pm at the Veterans Home of the Brave Hospice Unit, 4500 Lancaster Rd, Dallas, Texas due to complications results of Renal Cell Carcinoma.

Born June 30th, 1953 in Muskogee, Oklahoma to parents Lee Huber and Patricia Nichols Huber both deceased

He is survived by his

Siblings: Karen Gibson Barrett and Husband Jim, Theresa Lee Huber, and Carrie Huber Darnell.

Son: Joshua Huber Connally wife Jennifer.

Daughters: Keyra Huber, Tiffany and Brian Lane and Dalina King.

Grand-Children: Blake, Faith, and Trinity Huber, Kirstie Hoover, Kayla Spindle, Clayton Lane, and Deana Lane.

Great-Grand Children: McKinley Ann Spindle and Braylie Hoover.

Nieces: Cassie Darnell Luke and Husband Bill
Leslie Barrett Oliver and husband Brian.

Nephews: Brandon and Krystal Roloff, Kevin Barrett, Christopher and Rachel Barrett.

Grand Niece: London Luke.

Grand Nephew:Owen Oliver and Luke Oliver.

Gary served honorably in the United States Army 1970-76 in Germany.

In lieu of flowers please make donations in Gary’s memory to Home of the Brave Hospice, Veterans Affairs, 4500 S. Lancaster Rd., Dallas Texas 75216.

Please join us at the Celebration of Life service on Tuesday, June 5, 2012 at 10:00 am at North Dallas Funeral Home.

Please send family condolences and sign the online guestbook via this website.

11 replies on “Huber, Gary D.”

Doug Connally says:

Gary was my best friend for 30 yrs. He was a good man, a generous man, and a good friend. He loved kids, animals, God, and fun, not necessarily in that order. He never met a stranger. He was a good salesman and cared about people. He will be missed by many. My deepest sympathy for his family and friends. I will miss him very much. Ride on Gary!

Betty Visor says:

I pray Gary finally has peace. He was a man with a Good Heart and Great laugh! I Pray all of his family have peace in knowing Gary is no longer suffering. Love to all of you!..Love, Betty and Family.

Annette Jordan says:

Dear Carrie And Family,
My heart is with you and your entire family during this time of grief in the loss of your precious Brother Gary.Say not in greif:”He is no more, but live in thankfulness that he was.” When we are forgotten we cease to exist.May you all find Peace in the memories of your dear Brother in the days to come….Annette Jordan

Karen Helt Ringgold says:

Josh and all of Gary’s family: I am truly sorrow for your loss. Gary will be greatly missed. Gary has always had a special place in my heart and always will.

The “Three Amigos” are together again.

Love and prayers,

Angie Wiser says:

I know this is a sad time for your family and we are never prepared to loose someone we love….always remember we pray for you and know that Gary is celebrating now with our heavenly Father. Think only of the joy he now feels being reunited with your loved ones that awaited him…..there was a beautiful celebration in Heaven on Friday and Gary was surrounded ….he got a long awaited hug from your Mom.We love you and send our deepest condolences.

Angie Wiser and family

Rita Stein says:

My condolences to Carrie and the family. I know through the stories that Carrie has shared through the years that Gary touched so many people in his life on this earth, bringing laughter, insight, joy and support….and now he has a whole new audience to charm. He’s probably got them laughing already. Heaven must need a charmer right now and they chose one of the best.

Brenda Smith says:

Gary will be missed but I know he will liven things up in heaven…..

My love and prayers to all.


Craig Stein says:

I only met Gary once. I remember commenting on what a nice guy he was and that he reminded me of an Uncle of mine who was also very likeable.

Corkey Brigance says:

My deepest sympathies to all Gary’s family and friends. I wish I could have attended the memorial but I believe Gary knows how much I cared. The last time we visited it was a real good one. Gary was a lot of fun, had a good heart and soul, and we will miss him very, very much. Rest well, friend, you are at peace.

Linda Connally says:

Doug and I would like to thank all the people that have sent prayers and well wishes, and the beautiful flowers, and the 74 people who attended his Memorial “Celebration of Life”. It was such a beautiful time. I know Gary loved it. It was what he asked for, so that’s what he got, a Celebration. We had a wonderful man help us put it together. Thank you Don for everything including your Service to our Country (served in Vietnam). Rest In Peace, Gary. You will always be in our hearts. God Bless us all. Linda

Dan Brown says:

I know this a very late condolence note, but I just found this obituary while trying to locate Gary. We were in the same Motorcycle club in Germany and spent many hours together doing something he really loved to do. Gary was a good friend to all of us and was able to make us laugh at the drop of a dime. I am very sorry that I was not able to contact him before he passed.You have my deepest sympathy.

Dan Brown
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