Christine Ann Huber

Christine Ann Huber

July 20, 1951 – December 28, 2021

On December 28th, 2021, heaven gained another Angel – Christine Ann Huber!

Christine “Chris” can be remembered by her work ethic as she worked at Evergreen packing going on thirty-three years, her love for her kids, grandchildren, and great grandchildren as well as her surrounding friends and family. Her love of a slot machine chime, her gracious heart with the willingness to always lend a helping hand to make sure all were taken care of and let’s not forget the sense of humor that always ended with a wink or two!

Christine left behind her two children Eddie Joe Queen Jr. along with his wife Aimee and Shelly Jeanna Andre with her fiancé Dave Sober.

Christine had five grandchildren: Kelly with her husband Ross Burner, Corie Queen, Breanna with her husband Bryan Beck, AJ with his wife Laycey Andre, David Queen with his fiancé Valerie, and had seven great grandchildren Devon, Riley, Carlie, Tanner, Caleb, Blakeley and Raylynne!

Christine also is leaving behind her siblings: Cheryl with her husband Dave Chesnutt, Charlene Mota, Colleen with her husband Rocky Sanderson, John Tanner with his wife Dannelle, and the friends that became family throughout the years including her loved nieces and nephews!

Christine may be leaving us behind, but she is now making her way up to be with our family angels including her parents James Calvin and Betty Jean Tanner as well as her siblings James Tanner and Cathy Atkinson.

Christine will be laid to rest with her loving husband Joseph Huber on Wednesday January 5th, 2022.

Funeral Details: Viewing: January 4th, 2022, at Allen’s Mortuary from 4-7p.m – Address: 247 N. Broadway, Turlock, CA 95380.

Funeral: Wednesday January 5th, 2022, at Allen Mortuary at 1p.m with a graveside service to follow at Turlock Memorial Park – Address: 575 N. Soderquist Rd. Turlock, CA 95380.

Everyone is invited to join the family for a celebration of life at the Mt. View Hall on Crows Landing Rd. following the funeral services. We would love to hear all the stories where memories have been made with our truly missed Christine!

1 Comment

  • Johnny January 5, 2022 12:47 am

    Where does one start…. Christine, we are deeply sadden by your passing. So often we meet people who will come and go in our lives without leaving any impression. This would not be the case having known you.

    Always idling in the background, as never needing to much attention, we would be certain that the gathering would one of comfort and care never leaving anyone out. Your kind and loving heart made sure no one was ever overlooked. Your thoughtfulness was an extra special gift you offered to all your family and friends. And had we not known any other then just your presents, that alone offered so much.

    Thank you for loving us..

    We will forever miss you Chris!

    We love you always,

    Your brother Johnny and Dannelle

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