Thomas & Jane Huber
Thomas T. Huber was born in Cannelton, the son of the late Lee M. and Nellie Jones Huber. He attended St. Michael Elementary School and was a 1963 graduate of Cannelton High School. He is a 1966 graduate of the Kentucky School of Mortuary Science and became a licensed funeral director and embalmer in 1967 after serving a year of apprenticeship under his uncle, Ivo J. Huber. Tom has been active in many civic organizations, including Jaycees, Kiwanis, Economic Development, Perry County Extension Board, Perry County Community Foundation, Cannelton Housing Authority and the Knights of Columbus. He served two years as a district director with the Indiana Funeral Directors Association and served many years on the Regional Federal and also Tell City National Bank Board of Directors. Tom served as Perry County Coroner from 1988-1995. In 1966 he was united in marriage to the former Jane Peter, daughter of the late Edward and Elsie Holman Peter. Jane attended St. Paul Grade School and was a 1965 graduate of Tell City High School. She was employed in the accounting offices of Tell City Chair Company before marriage. After she and Tom purchased the funeral home in 1972, Jane became a partner with her husband in operating the business. The Hubers are members of St. Michael Catholic Church where they serve as Eucharistic ministers and on various committees. Jane is a member of the St. Ann Society, the Daughters of Isabella, has served five years on the SIRS Board of Directors and six years on the St. Michael Pastoral Council.
The Hubers are the parents of three daughters, Mrs. Jeff (Julie) Bishop, a licensed funeral director, Mrs. Wesley (Laura) Noble, principal of William Tell Elementary School, and Mrs. Shaun (Emily) Lieb, residing in Annapolis, Maryland. They have six grandchildren, Elizabeth and Claire Bishop and Colin, Evan and Andrew Noble, and Audrey, Thomas and Caroline Lieb.