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Darrell Brent Huber

Darrell Huber passed away on February 27th 2019 due to complications from liver cancer.  He was born on July 17th 1964 and is survived by his wife Erica, sister Jay and other relatives, his son Jesse and his adoptive parents Dale & Marilyn and brother Gordon, as well as the many, many people whose lives he touched.

Here is a man who lived the outdoor life, who loved the activities.  From fishing, rafting and snorkeling to camping, backpacking and mushroom hunting, the list is long and at different times he has done most everything.  He also loved music and to dance. 

To our family he’s been the one of a kind heart, a jokester, the favorite uncle, a mentor and a buddy.  His love for family was reflected in so many ways throughout his entire life.

And to anyone who knew him he was generous with his time, always willing to help you out, open-hearted to a fault, and he never knew a stranger.  You often had to be patient when doing things with him, because he knows an incredible number of people who show up in the most unexpected places, and yakking ensues.   Talking to him, you soon realize he knows the oddest facts about the weirdest stuff.  Which can be verified.

So with sadness and love we bid farewell to our husband, brother, father, friend and most of all, just an all around awesome guy with a quirky sense of humor, as he takes his passage home to the Lord.  Until such time as we see you again, journey on.  You are and will be incredibly missed.


A celebration of life for Darrell will be held Saturday, May 11th at 1 pm at Lake of the Woods resort, Cabin 18.  Come join us for memories, memorabilia and a chance to connect with each other.  RSVP to hipiegirl883@yahoo.com optional but recommended.   


Perl Funeral Home & Siskiyou Memorial Park

2100 Siskiyou Blvd

Medford, OR 97504


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I too was so blessed as our circle of friends walked and talked together thank you Darrell for your laughter and light heart.. truly a light in a sometimes dark world.. rest now in your Fathers arms..

Chellie Hamner May 12 2019 12:00 AM

I am so sorry to hear of Darrell's Passing, My deepest sympathy to Erica, Gordon and Jesse, and the the many many MANY others whose lives he touched.

I met Darrell when he was that cheerful Fred Meyer cashier bursting with personality, and before long became one of five friends walking, talking, writing, cracking eggs on heads, socking arms, owing cokes, playing games, and making quick trips through the fence to the store for warm hams, And through it all was the infectious giggling of Darrell. He refused to let anyone be sad, and was willing to do whatever it took to make you laugh!

Thank you , Darrell.. for the laughter and the friendship... Until we meet again..

Anita Benedetti Mar 28 2019 12:00 AM

Thank you Ginger. We will miss him but I know he is in a better place he never gave up on his faith in God.

Erica Huber Mar 11 2019 12:00 AM

Thank you Mike Hayes. That brings comfort to me.

Erica Huber Mar 11 2019 12:00 AM

I first met Darrell in my sister's apartment and got to know him when he was slammed by a car through a few outer walls into the center partition there and lived. The rest is history and the adoption into family a mere formality as he became part of our lives. He taught me how to have a good time, I taught him how to backpack. He taught me how to stay up until 3AM, I taught him how to lose at Pitstop II on a C64. He taught me the value of true brotherhood, I taught him chess.

In younger years we were buddies tubing down the river, snorkeling stuff and hiking Devils Peak, often on not much sleep (we were younger then). Those sundrenched summers were the things of legend that never dimmed no matter how many times we retold the tales, and now theyre at the core of a warmth and love for my brother inside me.

I hope each one of you reading this has such a thing your lives, its the true definition of priceless and for myself, a well of strength through a difficult time. Mike, thank you for your memory of Darrell below, made me smile and it means a lot, I can almost see him doing it. If anyone else has a tale to tell, this is a nice place to share a little of who he was to you, or at least who caught the biggest fish.

Journey on Bro, I'll see you when I get there.

Gordon Hodges Mar 10 2019 12:00 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Darrell Huber

JEN V ... Mar 7 2019 12:00 AM

Blessings to you my sweet sister Darrell will surely be missed . John 11 ..25:26

JEN V ... Mar 7 2019 12:00 AM

I knew Darrell as a young boy. He lived with a relative across the street from my family in Talent Oregon. He and I would often walk to school together and we enjoyed playing with our collection of G.I. Joe's. Though decades have passed.....I still recall how he could make me laugh at the silliest of things. I was very saddened to hear from my mother Darrell's death announcement. May the next leg of your journey my friend be peaceful and joyful - as you were as a boy. Deep condolences to the loved ones he has left behind.
Mike Hayes

Mike Hayes Mar 7 2019 12:00 AM

My sincere sympathy to the family of friends of Darrell. It can give us comfort when we know our loved ones now safely rest in the loving memory of our Grand Creator. Acts 24:15. I pray you find comfort and hope. Revelation 21:4,5 ; 1Corinthians 15:26. Sincerely

Ginger Mar 6 2019 12:00 AM

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