The staff of American Cancer Fund™ at www.AmericanCancerFund.org is sorry to hear of Urban's passing. We have received memorial contributions in his name and our sincere condolences go out to his family.
Mr. Urb was one of my favorite people. I had known him since the day I was born and I have never met a more gentle loving and fun loving man. I especially remember him putting all of the kids from East Ave. in the bucket of his front end loader and riding us up and down the street. Or the time he brought a house thru the woods on his flatbed trailer and went to put it on the foundation but the house was on the trailer backwards and he couldn't swing it around. So he put the house on the foundation backwards we all had a good laugh. Mr. Urb will be missed by many and even though it seems so hard right now for all of his wonderful family and friends, the memory of all those great times are what will get you past all of the sadness. I loved him like a DAD and I will so miss his crooked smile......
Wayne and I will always cherish the stories that Urban shared with us during our visits to Maryland. He will be greatly missed.
Mike and Debbie,
We are so sorry for the loss of Mr. Urban. The world has lost another fine gentleman.
Mary and Ken
My deepest sympathy in the loss of a wonderful man. May you find comfort in the happy memories all of you have shared over his lifetime.