Pastor Robert "Bob" was the beloved \nPastor at North Street Christian Church from 1978 \nuntil his passing and affectionately known by his \nChurch Community as "PB". \n\nHe graduated from Slippery Rock High School in 1972 \nand from Johnson Bible College in 1976. Bob served \nas the Youth Pastor at Farragut Christian Church \nfrom 1972-1975 and Greenwood Christian Church from \n1975-1978. He was the Dean for many years at Camp \nChristian and Deep Valley Camp. Bob also served on \nthe Board of Life Choices and was the Butler City \nPolice Chaplain.\n\nBob's mission in life was to tell others about \nJesus. His humble attitude and his servant's heart \nspoke louder than anything. He mentored many young \nmen and women to go on to full time ministry. He was \npassionate about Jesus, his family, preaching, the \nchurch and his mission work in Thailand with his \nbrother-in-the faith, Barnabas. His goal was one \nmore trip to Thailand but it just wasn't possible.\n\n\nHe was a husband, a dad, a pap, a grand pappy, a \nbrother, a cousin, an uncle and a friend. Bob \nenjoyed life and loved a good joke. He never failed \nto remind people that he was married to an "older \nwoman" (only by a year) and she was his "first wife" \n(only wife). He called that his "sense of Huber".\n\nBob will be missed on so many levels. Anything from \nworking with the youth at church to teaching men \nwith addictions to doing dishes for the Community \nMeal always brought a smile to his face and nothing \nwas too small or too big for him.\n\nHe worked at North Street Christian Church for 42 \nyears, first as a Youth Pastor for several years, \nthen Associate Pastor and in 1984 becoming the Sr. \nPastor. His church family was very important to him \nand he was constantly humbled by their overwhelming \nsupport through his battle with cancer. He was so \nmoved and touched by the thought and effort put into \nthe drive-by hug while he was unable to be around \npeople and preach.\n\nBob's motto was, "Love God, Love People" and he \nlived that to the very end.\n\n"Well done, My good and faithful servant."\n\nBob is survived by his loving spouse Kathi,who he \nmarried on August 19, 1972; one son, Nathan R. Huber \nof Butler, PA; two daughters, Sonya (Keith) Kremer \nof Slippery Rock, PA, and Holli Huber and Irv Yohe \nof Butler, PA; three grandchildren, Isaac Huber, \nKatie (Kyle) Davidson and Christian Kremer; three \ngreat-grandchildren, Simon and Lydia Davidson and \nMason Huber; two sisters, Kathy (Ike) Drake of \nSlippery Rock, PA, and Cheryl (Curt) Duffield of \nSlippery Rock, PA; three brother-in-laws, Ernie \n(Angie) Simon, Paul (Melody) Simon and Kim (Sharon) \nSimon; two sister-in-laws, Karen (Jeff) Hunt and \nKris (Jeff) Noel; numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, \nnephews and cousins. \n\nHe was preceded in death by his parents.\n\nFriends will be received at North Street Christian \nChurch, 220 W. North St., Butler, PA 16001 on \nSaturday, July 11, 2020 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 \np.m. with a Celebration of Life Service to follow \nwith Pastor's; Jake Klutinoty, Jeff Miller, Brandon \nStephenson and Ben Rath, officiating.\n\nMemorial donation are suggested to: North Street \nChristian Church, 220 W. North St., Butler, PA 16001 \nor Life Choices, 118 S. Church St., Butler, PA \n16001.