Marilyn Flowers Huber


Marilyn Mae (Flowers) Huber passed away on Sunday, May 12, 2019 in Wilmington, NC.
She was born in Cleveland Township, Le Sueur County, Minnesota on April 10, 1924 to Chester Flowers and Irma (Reinhardt) Flowers.
She married Alvin Huber at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Le Center, Minnesota on June 5, 1945. Marilyn attended grade school and high school in Cleveland, Minnesota, and Mankato Commercial College. She worked at the First National Bank in Le Center, the Le Sueur County Auditor's Office and Le Center Construction. Al and Marilyn lived on the family farm in Le Sueur County from 1945 to 1971, when they became partners in Le Center Construction and moved to Le Center, where they were until their retirement in 1985. At that time, they spent summers at Bowstring Lake, Deer River, Minnesota, and winters in Mission, Texas. Most recently, Marilyn lived in Wilmington, North Carolina. She will be remembered by her family and friends for her adventuresome spirit and the tenacity with which she faced life's challenges.
Marilyn is survived by 3 of her children - Richard (Patricia Comeaux) Huber, Wilmington, North Carolina; Barbara (Michael) Barton, Markleeville, California; Karen (Joseph) Hague, San Francisco, California; 3 grandsons - Michael Huber, Iowa City, Iowa; Daniel (Diana) Huber, Leawood, Kansas; Matthew Barton, San Francisco, California: and 4 great-grandchildren - Lily, Grace, Nicholas and Olivia. Marilyn was preceded in death by her parents, husband Alvin in 2008, son Steven in 2015, brothers & sisters-in-law Kenneth and Loretta Flowers, Bernard & Vicki Flowers, Maynard and Lucille Flowers, and Floyd and Harriet Flowers, as well as sisters and brothers-in-law Dorothy and Dale Lloyd, and Mildred and Orville Wenger.
A family remembrance is being planned for later this year. The family requests memorial donations, in lieu of flowers, to be sent to Liberty Hospice Service, 2550 South 41st Street, Wilmington, NC 28403.
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Judith Forster
May 17, 2019
Marilyn was one of my favorite sewing customers and I enjoyed not only working on her clothing but our chats when I picked up and delivered. She shared photos and events with me and I was well aware of how she valued family first and foremost. I send my deepest sympathy to all especially to Karen who must be somewhere around my older children in age.