10254 W. Carlton Bay | Garden City, ID 83714

Daniel A. Huber November 27, 1944 - March 1, 2021

Daniel A. Huber

Dan Huber, 76, passed into his eternity with Our Father in heaven on March 1st, 2021, surrounded by his loving family. He was born November 27, 1944 in Kellogg, Idaho

Dan was born the youngest of four boys to Julius and Erma Huber. The family lived in Cataldo and moved shortly after that to Post Falls where Julius built their family home. Dan was a 12 year senior where he lettered in multiple sports and graduated in 1964.

Dan moved to Kent, WA in 1967 and worked for Boeing for several years. It was there that Dan met his lifelong friends in Bob and Sharon Luchini. Dan moved back to family and Idaho in 1972. In 1973, Dan met and married Judy Bohn. Dan built their home in Rathdrum, had a daughter and lived happily for 32 years. Dan was the owner/operator of Huber’s Backhoe Service and in later years, he enjoyed school bus driving for Lakeland school district. Dan served his country in the Air National Guard and Idaho Army Reserves for 17 years, working heavy equipment.

Dan loved the Idaho outdoors and enjoyed several hobbies including hunting, fishing and camping with his family. He also enjoyed horseback riding and was an avid member of the Panhandle Back Country Horseman.

Dan is preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Denny. He is survived by his wife at home, daughter Jeri (Jason) in Meridian, Idaho, Son Brian (Jolene) of Renton, WA, grandchildren Harrison, Madailein, Stella and Brady of Meridian and Austin and Kyle of Spanaway, WA. Also two brothers Dick and Jim of Post Falls, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Dan will be forever missed and deeply loved by many. He will never be forgotten.

Arrangements are under the direction of Bowman Funeral Parlor of Garden City.

Services were held privately.


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    Rochelle Seher says

    Dan will be missed by all his family and friends. God bless all of you in this time of loss, we miss having you close.

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      Rick Sweeney says

      Sorry for your loss! Dan was a good guy!

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    Victoria J Rasmussen says

    I am so sorry to hear of the loss of my Uncle Dan. Although I do not remember much about him his passing brings sadness to my heart. To my Aunt Judy, my cousin Jeri, and the rest of the entire family I know that words are not enough to soothe your pain, but I still want to tell you that I am here for you always. I just want to give you a hug and want to remind you that everything is going to be fine because you are strong and because Uncle Dan will always live in your heart.
    Our Deepest Condolences~ Love Vicki and David Rasmussen

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    Connie Cluff says

    Aunt Judy and Jeri, I am jist so extremely sorry. I’m le Dan was a nice kind man. A wonderfully Husband Dad and grandpa and uncle. I am here for you in anyway I can be. I love you both so much! Uncle Dan’s story was very well written. We Lq I’ll love and miss him❤️❤️

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    Karleen Meyer says

    So sorry to hear of Dan’s passing. Dan was a great riding buddy! Did a couple years of wagon train with him. Really began to get acquainted with Dan & Judy while having Jeri in my 4-H club. Dan had such a sense of humor. Was sorry to see the family move south and know Dan will be missed by all. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

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    Rick Sweeney says

    Sorry to here of Dan’s passing. Having being in the same class, 1-12, playing football & basketball, hunting & drinking a bit to much “cool” aid at times will not be forgotten. His epic speech on Hockey during our Senior year in Speech Class was the highlight of those of us who heard it! I am still sorry I helped him with his closing! RIP friend!

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      Judy Huber says

      Rick, II would love this story. Dan never told me about this story in 47 years. I think I. m missing out on a much needed laugh.

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