We Remember

HUBER, Arthur Fredrick

August 15, 1960 — February 6, 2021

It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Arthur on February 6, 2021.

Art is survived and dearly missed by his mother Anna; brother Harry (Annette); and children Madeline, Anna, and James (Ashley), and their mother Melissa. He will also be tremendously missed by his extended family and many close friends. Art is now with his brother Derrick (survived by Lisa), and father Edmund.

Art worked hard and excelled as an architect, landlord, father, son, brother, and friend.  Despite his hard work, Art said that the purpose of life was to enjoy it. He tirelessly shared that pursuit with others.

A Celebration of Life will be held later in the year, with details to follow.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memory of Art to BrainTrust Canada Association.

Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.springfieldfuneralhome.com

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  • Robert Bryshun says:

    Art was a long time friend, mentor and confidante. The loss of Art’s good humour, honesty, sincerity and warm friendship creates a void in our hearts that will be impossible to fill. My heartfelt condolences to Art’s family and all who loved him.

  • Peter Pogue says:

    Art was a great friend, very kind and friendly to anyone he met. He loved having fun.

  • Jeanette & Rick Tonita (Mosthaf) says:

    When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure. He will live on in our memories forever.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  • Dane and Bonnie Milton says:

    We were so very sorry to hear of Art’s passing. We had the pleasure of getting to know Art through our son and his wife, Craig and Deb Milton, and the “Evening in the Valley” concerts. Art was a generous and consistent supporter of the musicians as well as a good friend and mentor to Craig and Deb in their business venture. We extend our deepest condolences and trust that in time the good memories will give some comfort to his family and many friends. Art will be missed but fondly remembered.

  • Craig Milton says:

    I am immensely saddened at Art’s passing.
    Art gave me a job nearly 15 years ago at a time when I was desperate for a change. I was underqualified for the position but he took a chance on me and it changed my life for the better in every way possible. He opened doors for me I wasn’t even aware of. Since then Art remained a great source of support for me, both professionally and personally. It is hard to put in words how much I will miss him and his always smiling face at our house concerts.
    My deepest condolences to his family and friends at such a tragic loss. Craig and Deb Milton

  • Aidan Kiernan says:

    A fine and decent fellow.. Sorry to see him go.
    Condolences to all the family
    Mabel and Aidan Kiernan

  • David Thomas says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with the Huber family during this difficult time. Art was one of my best friends and I always treasured the time I got to spend with him. I’m not sure what it was but we were very easy together and always spent our time laughing at ourselves and the world. He always brought joy and positivity into my life and I will miss him dearly. He ALWAYS made me feel special.

  • Willie & Ellen Joubert says:

    Art was a dear friend who will be surely missed, we’ve had many great rides, built a few great projects together and had fun doing so.

  • Rick Pogue and Debbie Dickerson-Pogue says:

    We will truly miss our friend Art. His kindness shone and his ability to care was wonderful. Our condolences to thefamily.

  • Haitham Kharrat says:

    Sincerest condolences to you all in Art’s passing. He will be missed by all who knew his spirit. He was always welcoming to this frequently imposing friend, so thank you for always opening up your home and heart to me. God bless.

  • Rosemarie (Fix) Macdonald says:

    I was shocked and deeply saddened to hear of Arthur’s passing. Words are so inadequate at times like this, but please accept my sincere condolences on your loss, May his memory be a blessing.

  • Shane Johnston says:

    So long brother

  • shane says:

    I always said.
    We’re not 20 anymore.

  • MP Tracy Gray says:

    I am very sorry for your loss and wish your family strength during this difficult time.
    Tracy Gray, Member of Parliament, Kelowna – Lake Country

  • Scott and Joanne Taylor says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with Art’s family and friends. Scott was a colleague and friend of Art’s and Joanne knew Melissa and the kids. He was kind always kind and friendly. Much love to the family. Joanne and Scott

  • Moni Schiller says:

    Dear Melissa, I was so surprised to read of Art’s passing. As we’ve been neighbours and acquaintances for over 30 years I just wanted to be sure you know Luke and Nick, who knew James, are sending condolences, too.

  • Brent and Lynda Gordon says:

    We were surprised to hear of Art’s passing and offer our sincere condolences. Brent has many fond memories of Safeway days stocking shelves and doing floors along with fun times on the Safeway ball team. He will be missed and our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  • Theresa Schubert-Probe says:

    My prayers and condolences to the Huber family and to his mom Anna and brother Harold. Though it was a lifetime ago, I spent many fun times over at the Huber farm which was a mile away from where I grew up. My prayers are with you during this trying time and may my friend Arthur, Rest In Peace.
    House

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