Jane Ellen Huber 1932-2011 LENOXJane Ellen Huber, 78, of 6 Lasher Lane, died Tuesday at Kimball Farms Nursing Care Center. Born in Pittsfield on June 27, 1932, the daughter of Edward and Mae Carey Powers, she was educated in local schools, graduating from Pittsfield High School in 1949. Following graduation, she worked for the Massachusetts Department of Public Works in Lenox, and then as the administrator for the Massachusetts Division of Unemployment, assisting clients to find jobs. Mrs. Huber was a communicant of St. Vincent de Paul Church in Lenox Dale and a member of the Catholic Daughters of America. She was an ardent New England Patriots, Red Sox, and Duke basketball fan. She enjoyed spending winters in Florida, and especially spending time with her grandchildren. Mrs. Huber is survived by her children, Mark E. Huber and his wife Alexandra of Lenox, Bruce R. Huber and his wife Jodi of Lenox, David W. Huber of Lenox, her sister, Mary Lou Decker and her husband Ralph of Pittsfield, her brother James Powers of Pittsfield, and her give grandchildren, Stephen Huber Jr., Kyle Huber, Emma Huber, Zachary Huber, and Sophia Huber, as well as a number of nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her beloved husband Walter, son Stephen, and her brothers Edward and Richard Powers. FUNERAL NOTICE: The funeral for Mrs. Jane E. Huber will be Saturday, February 26 at 11 a.m. at St. Vincent de Paul Church in Lenox Dale, celebrated by the Reverend Christopher J. Waitekus. Burial will follow in St. Bridget's Cemetery in Housatonic. Calling hours will be at the ROCHE FUNERAL HOME in Lenox, Friday, February 25, from 4 to 7 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Mrs. Huber's name may be made to the Berkshire Medical Center Renal Dialysis Unit in care of the funeral home, 120 Main Street, Lenox, MA, 01240. Jane's family would like to express special thanks to the staffs of the Lee VNA, Suburban Medical Associates, Berkshire Medical Center, and Kimball Farms Nursing Care Center, for their outstanding care.
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Published in The Berkshire Eagle on Feb. 24, 2011