Charles D. "Chick" Huber, suave dancer, sharp shooter, local character, and accomplished Farmer died on Tuesday, June 24, 2014. He was 72.
He had a passion for homemade sausage, hunting anything in or out of season, spinach and hard boiled eggs, shirts with pockets, cheap cigars, and a fine cut of steak. His style was unparalled as he never left home or returned without a stain on his shirt or a smile on his face.
Chick was known for giving - if you needed it, he would provide if he could. He once gave his motor home to someone whose house flooded. He never asked for a thing in return unless he was teaching a lesson, which incidentally was his first job.
Chick was a teacher for one year then directed the Farm Service Agency for 32 years before he lived his dream of farming every day.
The family - his wife, Judy, daughter Lynne and her husband Bow and their daughter Brooke, and the whole Huber clan will gather at Richie Hunt Funeral Home to receive visitors and tell bad stories on Thursday from 6 to 8 pm. A Christian Mass and Funeral Service will be held at 10:30 am at St. Julie's Catholic Church on Friday.
Charitable contributions in Chick's name are suggested to Hospice of the Bluegrass, Cynthiana, KY or New Hope Clinic, Owingsville, KY.