Lawrence Edward Huber II passed away Monday, July 18, 2022.
Even-tempered, with a keen sense of humor and dry wit, he was an independent thinker with interests that were wide and varied. He had a fascination with operating earth-moving equipment and enjoyed becoming proficient in all aspects of residential construction.
He exemplified a strong Puritan work ethic, rising from sacker to division manager over stores in three states for a large grocery chain in record time. Lawrence served his country in the U.S. Army and the Federal Bureau of Prisons. His college degree was chemical engineering, but he found his true calling as a family practice physician, practicing for 34 years.
Lawrence is survived by his beloved wife of 53 years, Jan; his adored daughter, Bethia and husband, David; his best friend and son, Lawrence and wife, Michele; his grandson, Billie, who brought much joy to his life; several nieces, nephews, and his many friends and colleagues at Low T Center.
There will be no service as his wish was, that those who knew him would remember him as he was in life.