Melvin J. Huber

May 10, 1931 - January 2, 2020

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HUBER, Melvin J., beloved husband of 69 years to Mary (nee Durchholz), loving father of Mel (Barb), Tim, Steve (Debi), Barb (Bill) Martin, Tom, Bill (Kari), Mary (Tom) Knabb, Greg (Joy), Jenny Huber-Hurst, Jeff, Laura (Steve) Brenner, Tony (Rachel) and Ann (Iggy) Niesen, grandfather of 36, great grandfather of 26, brother of Jim Huber, Carol Tanner and the late Marilyn Sammons and Barb Huber. Mel was an avid Cubs and Bengals fan. Mel passed away on Thursday, January 2, 2020 at the age of 88. Visitation at St. Vivian Church, 7600 Winton Road, 45224 on Tuesday, January 7, 2020 from 9:30 AM until Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 AM. Donations may be made to Hospice of Cincinnati and Roger Bacon High School. Condolences at hodappfuneralhome.com

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Dick & Rhonda Gregoire - Jan 7, 2020
Friends of Barb & Bill Martin - so sad to hear of Mel's passing. He was a great man and fun to be around. Our condolences to all of his family.
Wade - Jan 5, 2020
Friend of Bill and Kari. I saw this today. I am sorry for your loss.
Sue Reck - Jan 5, 2020
So sorry Jenny. Prayersfor you and your family.🙏🙏💗
Becky - Jan 3, 2020
Jenny thinking of you and your family! Give Mary a hug from me.
Mary Beth Wolf - Jan 3, 2020
Love to you Carol and your family.
Jim Hubwr - Jan 3, 2020
You will be missed...from your brother Jim and family. https://www.facebook.com/jimhuber10000/videos/753015908543003/
Sam Sammons - Jan 3, 2020
I’ll never understand the whole love of the Cubs thing, but glad he finally got a series title ( game 7 was called by a friend of mine). My first beer I’m pretty sure came from the keg in his basement, for that I now give thanks. Uncle Mel, you lived your life without guile or guilt,,,may that be the legacy for the Huber Nation...thanks for sharing your 89 trips around the sun....Sonny, your first nephew, Sam
DAVID SAMMONS - Jan 3, 2020
Uncle Mel's love for family and friends always kept him in tune with what was going on in their lives. In my 65+ years he never once said an offensive word to me (although I probably deserved one or more). He was strongly passionate and protective regarding those things he held close to his heart, number one being his bride, followed by his children, their families, and the myriad clan of relatives scattered about. My thoughts go out to his family, which is part of my family, and to the many close friends he leaves behind. His heart and soul belonged to the King of Kings and Lord of Lords...now he is able to rest in peace in His arms.
Kathryn Gale - Jan 3, 2020
I’ll always live the memories of Uncle Mel’s love for life. A man with a great sense of humor.