Let us not forget Denise Huber every year on November 22 and June 3. Keep their family in your prayers and remember how she lived on this earth:
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Nov. 22, 1967
Jun. 3, 1991
Denise Anette Huber 23, graduated from the University of California-Irvine with a degree in Social Sciences.
She lived in Newport Beach, California and her family came from South Dakota in the early 60's before Denise was born, but she visited South Dakota often because her grandparents and other family lived there.
She was buried next to her Grandparents. Alvina Fischer Huber & Edward Gustuv Huber
Aug 1 1994
Aberdeen American Daily News
Newport Beach, CA
The funeral for Denise Huber of Newport Beach, CA. will be at 11 am. Tuesday at First Reformed Church in Herreid, South Dakota. The Rev. Walter Shepard and the Rev. Terry Jorgenson will officiate.
Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery at Herreid, South Dakota with Larson's Funeral Home in Mobridge, South Dakota in charge of arrangements.
Closed-casket visitation will be one hour prior to the service on Tuesday at the Church.
She was 23 years old at the time of her abduction in 1991. The exact time and date of her death are not known for sure.
Denise Annette Huber was born Nov 22, 1967 in Modesto, California and attended grade school in several California cities. She attended junior high and high school at Los Angeles Baptist, graduating from Los Angeles Baptist High School in 1985. She furthered her education at Richland College in Dallas, Texas, and Covenant College in Chattanooga, Tennessee. In 1990 she received her bachelor's degree in Social Sciences from the University of California at Irvine. Following college she worked as a waitress and as a clerk in a department store while seeking employment in her career field.
Denise enjoyed traveling, music, reading and water skiing.
Survivors include her parents, a brother, her grandmother a niece and many, aunts, uncles and cousins.
Organist will be Barbara Saylor. Soloist will be Michelle Pudwill, and a duet will be sung by Sandra TerHaar and Geneli Halla.
Around 225 family members and friends filled the church to attend her services. At her mother's request and before the procession left for the cemetery dozen's of brightly colored ballons were released.
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