|Vera Johannah Taylor Huber|
|Photo from the personal albums of Della/Gene Nyberg|
According to these documents, the following dates apply:
BIRTH: 3 Feb 1908- Chester, Sanpete, Utah
DEATH: 5 May 1990- Provo, Utah, Utah
She was 82 years old when she died.
Vera's daughter, Doris, wrote this about her mother's closing chapter in life (date unknown):
"Mom developed sugar diabetes in her later years. She scratched her leg somehow, and it got infection in it, developing into a massive sore that the doctors couldn’t heal.
We took her to the doctor in Vernal on February 28th 1990. She was in and out of the hospital and the care center from then until May. This was very hard on her as she was so confused, not knowing where she was most of the time. We took her home, and everyone took turns staying with her, and helping take care of her.
Clayton had a friend in Provo that was a specialist in the Burn Center at Utah Valley Hospital, and asked Clayton to bring her out there and see if he could heal her leg. We took her out there and he tried very hard, but there had been so much damage done to the blood vessels that he couldn’t do much for her. He told us they would have to amputate the leg up to her knee. She begged us not to let them take her leg off. All of the family held a special fast, and went to the temple together. This was a very spiritual day.
The doctor had scheduled the surgery for May 8th for the amputation. But on May 5th a wise and gracious Heavenly Father called her home and she didn’t have to suffer anymore. We were all grateful that she didn’t have to endure any more suffering."
|SOURCE: Deseret News 1990, May 8, p.2G|
Vera Taylor Huber
LAPOINT- Vera Johannah Huber, 82, died at Utah Valley Hospital May 5, 1990.
Born February 3, 1908 in Chester, Utah, daughter of Roy and Roxa Anderson Taylor. Married LeRoy Huber October 22, 1924 at Lapoint; later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple, he died September 21, 1988. Active member LDS Church.
Survived by sons and daughters, Mrs. Loris (June) Wooley; Martin Huber, both Lapoint; Mrs. Douglas (Rhea) Merkley, Heber City; Dean Huber and Mrs. Dean (Doris) Sessions, both Vernal; Dr. Clayton Huber, Provo; Mrs. Brad (Joann) Nelson, Ioka; 41 grandchildren; 77 great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren; brothers and sisters, Sherman Taylor, Grand Junction, Colo; Della Nyberg, Lapoint, and Doris Ross, Vernal.
Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Thursday, Lapoint Ward Chapel. Friends may call at Thomsons Vernal Mortuary, Wednesday, 7-9 p.m. and Thursday one hour prior at the ward. Burial, Lapoint Cemetery.
*Spelling corrected wherein I was aware.
|NO SOURCE- found in personal albums of Della/Gene Nyberg|
Likely from Vernal Express 1990, May.
Local obituary transcribed:
Huber services to be held May 10
Vera Johannah (Taylor) Huber, 82, passed away May 5, 1990 at Utah Valley Regional Hospital.
Vera was born February 3, 1908 in Chester, Utah to Roy and Roxa (Anderson) Taylor. She married LeRoy Huber October 22, 1924. The marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake L.D.S. Temple. She was a homemaker and an active member of the Lapoint Ward, serving as President of Primary, Relief Society, YWMIA, served as teacher and secretary in most organizations, sang in the ward choir and served two indian missions. She loved music. Vera enjoyed gardening and spending time with her family and grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by her husband, LeRoy Huber; two sons, Larry B. Huber and Dale Fielding Huber; two grandchildren, Maureen Merkley and Don LeRoy Huber.
She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Loris (June) Wooley of Lapoint, Utah; Mrs. Douglas (Rhea) Merkley of Heber City, Utah; Mrs. Dean (Doris) Sessions of Vernal; Mrs. Brad (Joann) Nelson of Ioka, Utah; three sons, Dean Huber of Vernal; Dr. Clayton Huber of Provo, Utah; Martin Huber of Lapoint, Utah; 41 grandchildren, 77 great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren; brother, Sherman Taylor of Grand Junction, Colo; and two sisters, Della Nyberg of Lapoint, Utah and Doris Ross of Vernal.
Services will be held May 10, 1990 at 11:00 a.m. at the Lapoint Ward Chapel. Friends may call Thomson's Vernal Mortuary Wednesday from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. and Thursday one hour prior to services.
Burial will be in the Lapoint Cemetery under the direction of Thomson's Vernal Mortuary.
*Spelling and punctuation corrected wherein I was aware.
Vera's funeral program:
|From the personal albums of Della/Gene Nyberg|
Funeral photos from the personal albums of Della/Gene Nyberg
|Headstone located in the Lapoint Cemetery, Lapoint, Utah|
Photo taken by me, July 2012.
Vera Huber- a great lady.
|Photo from the personal albums of Martin Huber.|