In memory of
Charlie Herman Huber
In memory of
Charlie Herman Huber
Charlie Herman Huber, 92, died in Frankfort on Feb. 24, 2021. He was known as "Herman" by his family and as "Charlie" by extended family and friends. Charlie lived a long life dedicated to the Lord. He was a member of Victory Baptist Church in Louisville, where he served as a deacon for many years, and considered it his mission to be a witness to anyone who crossed his path. He was known to many by his signature cowboy hat and his magic tricks, which he used as a means of witnessing to others. Charlie was born near White Hill, later moving to Marion County. He told others of how he began working at the age of 11 and worked "his whole life." He hauled ice to homes with "ice boxes," drove trucks hauling lumber and eventually worked supporting his family at Blue Grass Cooperage in Louisville, where he retired in 1990. In retirement, he stayed busy mowing yards in Louisville and his beloved home away from home on "The Ridge" in Raywick. He also mowed for his nephew Danny's properties in Campbellsville. He continued mowing until he moved to Frankfort to be near his daughters. As a Frankfort resident, he spent many fun-filled days at the Capital City Activity Center for Seniors where he had many friends. Charlie will be missed by family and friends. He is survived by his daughters, Diann Shuffett Ashcraft (Brett Ashcraft) and Danetta Mattingly (Dan Mattingly), and grandchildren: Miranda Baker (Tyler Baker), William Shuffett, Hope Cash (Robert), Robin LeCureux (Jeremy), Amara Mattingly and Nathan Mattingly, as well as his great grandchildren: Chasity Fowler, Brynlee Baker, Carter Baker, Anna Blankenship and Aaron Blankenship. He was preceded in death by his wife, Jestine Stumph Huber; parents, William and Alice Huber; siblings: Sherman Huber, Dewey Huber, Al Huber, Mattie Miller, Osa Hunt, Dora Morris and Flora Tungate, as well as four other siblings prior to his birth. The family would like to thank the Capital City Activity Center for their care and support of him in his final years. Gratitude is also extended to Morning Pointe (Frankfort), Heritage Hall (Lawrenceburg), Frankfort Regional Medical Center and Bluegrass Hospice Care for their support and kindness in his final days. His funeral service was held on Feb. 27 at Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home in Campbellsville by Bro. Randall Kennedy. Entombment followed in the Brookside Mausoleum. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Capital City Activity Center in Frankfort, Victory Baptist Church in Louisville or Bluegrass Hospice Care in Lexington and may be made through the funeral home.
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418 Lebanon Ave.
Campbellsville, KY 42718
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In memory of
Charlie Herman Huber
Charlie Herman Huber, 92, died in Frankfort on Feb. 24, 2021. He was known as "Herman" by his family and as "Charlie" by extended family and friends. Charlie lived a long life dedicated to the Lord. He was a member of Victory Baptist Church in Louisville, where he served as a deacon for many years, and considered it his mission to be a witness to anyone who crossed his path. He was known to many by his signature cowboy hat and his magic tricks, which he used as a means of witnessing to others. Charlie was born near White Hill, later moving to Marion County. He told others of how he began working at the age of 11 and worked "his whole life." He hauled ice to homes with "ice boxes," drove trucks hauling lumber and eventually worked supporting his family at Blue Grass Cooperage in Louisville, where he retired in 1990. In retirement, he stayed busy mowing yards in Louisville and his beloved home away from home on "The Ridge" in Raywick. He also mowed for his nephew Danny's properties in Campbellsville. He continued mowing until he moved to Frankfort to be near his daughters. As a Frankfort resident, he spent many fun-filled days at the Capital City Activity Center for Seniors where he had many friends. Charlie will be missed by family and friends. He is survived by his daughters, Diann Shuffett Ashcraft (Brett Ashcraft) and Danetta Mattingly (Dan Mattingly), and grandchildren: Miranda Baker (Tyler Baker), William Shuffett, Hope Cash (Robert), Robin LeCureux (Jeremy), Amara Mattingly and Nathan Mattingly, as well as his great grandchildren: Chasity Fowler, Brynlee Baker, Carter Baker, Anna Blankenship and Aaron Blankenship. He was preceded in death by his wife, Jestine Stumph Huber; parents, William and Alice Huber; siblings: Sherman Huber, Dewey Huber, Al Huber, Mattie Miller, Osa Hunt, Dora Morris and Flora Tungate, as well as four other siblings prior to his birth. The family would like to thank the Capital City Activity Center for their care and support of him in his final years. Gratitude is also extended to Morning Pointe (Frankfort), Heritage Hall (Lawrenceburg), Frankfort Regional Medical Center and Bluegrass Hospice Care for their support and kindness in his final days. His funeral service was held on Feb. 27 at Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home in Campbellsville by Bro. Randall Kennedy. Entombment followed in the Brookside Mausoleum. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to Capital City Activity Center in Frankfort, Victory Baptist Church in Louisville or Bluegrass Hospice Care in Lexington and may be made through the funeral home.
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Services Provided By
Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home
418 Lebanon Ave.
Campbellsville, KY 42718
Past Services ╲╱
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