July 27, 1931 ~ March 23, 2008
Barbara H. Humberger, 76 of Fremont, died Sunday afternoon at Memorial Hospital. She was born in Paden City, West Virginia on July 27, 1931 to the late Charles Russel Huston & Marietta Virginia (Bowser) Huston. Barbara graduated Sistersville High School in West Virginia in 1949. On July 8, 1950, Barbara married Robert E. Humberger in Nogales, Arizona. She attended one year at the University of Arizona; then finished her education by obtaining her B.S. Degree in Elementary Education at Bowling Green State University. Barbara taught for one year at Republic in 1961 then she started teaching at Otis Elementary when it opened and taught there until her retirement in 1989. Barbara was an active member of Hayes Memorial United Methodist Church; in which she was in the bell choir, the Praise Team and Race Relations Committee, Fremont Federation of Women, Bookshelf Club, tutor at Otis school in the Ohio Reads Program, member of the Sandusky County Retired Teachers Association and attended Elder College at Terra Community College. She enjoyed being the editor for author C. Eric Hellman. Barbara touched so many lives because her enthusiasm for music, the arts and environmental issues has been passed down to her family, friends and students. Barbara is survived by her husband Robert of Fremont, children, Stephen A. Humberger, Deborah Humberger, A. Scott (Lupe) Humberger, and
Jennifer L. (Scott) Winning, all of Fremont, grandchildren, Orion C. Humberger, Aaron Humberger, Cameron Winning and Rachel Humberger, great-grandchild, William Humberger, sisters Nancy Cressman of Medina, R. Alice Carrick of Westlake, a brother C. Richard (Sandra) Huston of Salem and several nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be held on Wednesday from 2-4 & 6-8 PM from Keller-Ochs-Koch Funeral Home, 416 South Arch Street Fremont
Funeral Services will be held on Thursday at 10:30 A.M. from Hayes Memorial United Methodist Church, 1441 Fangboner Road Fremont
Burial will follow at Greenlawn Memory Gardens in Clyde
Memorials in Barbara's name may be made to Hayes Memorial United Methodist Church