OBITUARY

William "Bill" E. Huber Jr.

December 3, 1957February 20, 2021
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William “Bill” E. Huber, Jr., age 63, passed away suddenly on February 20, 2021 at his residence. Born December 3, 1957 in Euclid, he had been a resident of Huntsburg Twp. Bill was a successful dragster driver, winning many races, and loved watching and following NASCAR. He also loved nature and the outdoors, primarily during the spring and summer. Bill’s greatest passion was spending time with his wife Cynthia and their grandchildren. He adored having all of his family together for gatherings, and was considered by all that knew him to be a very giving and loyal friend. Loving husband of Cynthia; step-father of Justin Geraci, Stephanie (Brian) Midlik, Nichole (Aaron) Agrast, and Brenda (Alec) Gluvna; “Papa Bill” of Brooklyn, Chase, and Avery Midlik, John Gluvna, and Kyla Agrast. Friends may call at Gattozzi and Son Funeral Home, 12524 Chillicothe Rd., Chesterland on Thursday 4 – 7 pm. (Masks required and social distancing observed.) Livestream Funeral Service 10:00 am, Friday February 26, 2021 at www.gattozziandson.com (Click on Bill’s name on the main page, then click on Join Livestream in his service listing.) Private Entombment Western Reserve Memorial Gardens.

  • FAMILY

  • William E. Huber, Sr., Father
  • Dorothy M. (nee Erjavec) Huber, Mother
  • Cynthia (nee Kosinar) Huber, Wife
  • Justin Geraci, Step-son
  • Stephanie (Brian) Midlik, Step-daughter
  • Nichole (Aaron) Agrast, Step-daughter
  • Brenda (Alec) Gluvna, Step-daughter
  • Brooklyn Midlik, Granddaughter
  • Chase Midlik, Grandson
  • Avery Midlik, Granddaughter
  • John Gluvna, Grandson
  • Kyla Agrast, Granddaughter

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, February 25, 2021

  • Livestream Funeral Service

    Friday, February 26, 2021

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Mike Koreckis

February 26, 2021

I can remember when Bill and I went to the drag strip and he wanted to race his AMC Gremlin. He did not want his parents to know because they would not have allowed it. This is when Bill got the itch to be a racer. I also remember Bill used to love to shoot off his rockets in the back yard. Bill will always be remembered as "Chilly Willy". Love you and miss you.

Joe E.

February 25, 2021

Praying for the entire family during this difficult time ❤️
Bill, until we meet again brother ✝️

Paula brennan

February 24, 2021

Annie Girt

February 23, 2021

Bill was such a precious person to me, since I was a little child. I have so many fond memories. One of my favorites growing up was how my parents would have a big Christmas Eve get together and he was one of my family members to attend and he loved eating the schnitzels that we had. He was a light to so many people. Bill was one of the most kind, gentle people I knew. He was just such a sweet person and always had a smile on his face and gave the best hugs. He always made me feel so special and I will miss him so much. I will forever treasure all of our memories. I loved him beyond words.

Paula Brennan

February 22, 2021

Bill was my special "Cuz" my "Chilly Willy", and later as we were older my "Boney Billy". Growing up he always had a sense of daring and adventure, mischief was to be found when we were hanging out together. As we grew up we saw each other less often, but I always knew that Bill was always there if I needed him.

Anita Hook

February 22, 2021

Most people know Bill as an adult and what a wonderful person he was. As his aunt, I had the privilege to know him right from his birth. We called him Little Bill and his dad Big Bill. As a baby, he wasn’t just adorable, he was downright handsome! We called him our Southern Gentleman in that he was always so impeccably “turned out”. As a youngster, his curious nature kept on growing and he would amaze and, at times, scare the daylights out of us with his daring adventures. He was a superstar in so many ways, and so very clever and talented. He was precise almost to a fault with everything he did. A loving and amazing person, that was our Little Bill.

Dave and Charlene Mann

February 21, 2021

We've known Billy for a long time.
One hell of a racer and friend.
He'll be missed.

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