Ourso Funeral Home

13533 Airline Highway, Gonzales, LA


Marvin L. Huber Sr.

June 19, 1946December 28, 2019
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Marvin L. Huber, Sr., a native of Camden, Missouri and resident of Gonzales, LA., passed away on December 28, 2019 at the age of 73. He was an Operator at Motiva Refinery in Convent, LA and retired after 33 plus years. He enjoyed fishing, cooking, eating his favorite gumbo but ultimately had a passion for rebuilding cars, mustangs and fords. He is survived by his loving wife of 53 years, Cecile Huber; one daughter, Sherry Ridgedell and husband Shane; two sons, Marvin Huber, Jr., and Duke J. Huber and wife Jessica; one sister, Carol Dunlap; two grandchildren, Victoria Gautreau and Elijah Huber. He is preceded in death by his parents, Velma and Harry Huber; one sister, Claira Coffmann; and two brothers, Ralph Huber and Carl Carnahan. The pallbearers will be Elijah Huber, Marvin Huber, Jr., Duke Huber, Rene’ Naquin, Victor Gautreau and Shane Ridgedell. The family would appreciate if any family friends could drive a rebuilt or antique classic car in his honor during the procession. Visitation will be held on Thursday, January 2, 2020 from 5:00 pm until 8:00 pm at Ourso Funeral Home in Gonzales. Visitation will continue on Friday, January 3, 2020 from 9:00 am until the funeral services to begin at 11:00 am. Pastor Sonny Serigney will be officiating. Interment to follow at Hope Haven Garden of Memory Mausoleum in Gonzales. If you would like to offer the family condolences, please sign the online guestbook at www.oursofh.com


  • Visitation Thursday, January 2, 2020
  • Visitation Friday, January 3, 2020
  • Funeral Service Friday, January 3, 2020


Marvin L. Huber Sr.

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Jessica Aymond

January 2, 2020

June 23rd, 2018 - Joe & Wanda Martin's Anniversary Party

Jim Weber

December 30, 2019

My prayers and condolences to Marvin’s family. I worked on shift with Marvin for many years at Motiva, until he retired. He was a pleasure to work with and a well respected man! I enjoyed sharing many cups of coffee and conversations about fishing ,cars and current events. He made the job much easier and more enjoyable. He will be missed.

~ Jim

Catherine Cazes

December 30, 2019

My granddaughter and I will always be appreciative and grateful for everything Marvin did and gave of himself at one of the worst times of my life, the devastating 2016 flood. Our heart ❤️ goes out to Cecile and the entire family.

Catherine and Angelle

Barry Weber

December 30, 2019

My sincere condolences to Marvin's family. I knew Marvin before our Texaco days as he worked with my dad at United Gas. Marvin and I were hired in early 1975 within a couple of months of each other. We worked in different parts of the refinery our whole time there. Everyone that new Marvin had a tremendous amount of respect for him. He was a great man. Rest in peace.

Harold Jones Jr

December 30, 2019

I worked with Marvin a number of years at Motiva Convent Refinery an enjoyed his passion for rebuilding cars, (Ford Cars) to make it clear. He also shared his passion for growing vegetables in his garden. I had never met a man that showed that much passion in all his endeavors. Marvin if you can hear me, I loved all the talks we had when we worked together on the Crude unit, it surely made those 12 hour shifts seem shorter. My condolences goes out to your family. Marvin was a gentleman and a scholar in my book✝️

Randy Tullier

December 30, 2019

My condolences to his wife, children, family and friends.
I worked with Marvin several decades at the refinery and remember that he was a fine man. He knew his job responsibilities and performed them at a high level of expertise. He was quiet and a gentleman at all times.
God bless him, all those he loved, and those who loved him.
Rest in peace my friend.

Dot & Mark Schlegel

December 30, 2019

Sincere condolences in the loss of your beloved husband, father, grandpa, brother, friend. Even though time and distance i thought of y’all often. Marvin was a good man who loved his family very, very much. And cars...

John Day

December 30, 2019

I will always remember Marvin. He was a great guy that new no stranger. He was a joy to talk to and work with. He was always eager to render assistance whenever it was needed. God has called him home and will be getting a jewel.

A friend always
John Day

Arthur Cazes

December 30, 2019

A true friend. Marv will be forever missed & forever in my thoughts. A great man, husband, father, grandfather, friend. I will always hear that familiar "What's up, Podnuh" in my mind. Sincerest condolences to family. Forever to be missed. I will be looking up towards Heaven for that beautiful Mustang Pony with the big, white wings.
Arthur J. Cazes

Darrell Louque

December 30, 2019

I knew Marvin before I worked with him at Texaco. We knew each other since the 70's. His brother painted my 63 Falcon. You were a great friend/co-worker and will be missed. My condolences to the family.