Barbara Huebner

Barbara Ann "Barb" Huebner (Chenoweth)

Saturday, April 10th, 1937 - Tuesday, February 16th, 2021
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Barbara A. “Barb” Huebner, 83, of Baroda, passed away on Tuesday, February 16, 2021, at her home. A private celebration of life will be held at a later date and burial will take place at North Shore Memory Garden in Coloma. Memorial contributions may be made to Caring Circle Hospice, www. Those wishing to leave an online condolence may do so at

Barb was born on April 10, 1937, in Blytheville, AR, to Charles & Bertha (Green) Chenoweth. On July 1, 1961, Barb married the love of her life, Benjamin “Ben” Huebner, in New Lothrup, MI. The two were happily married for nearly 54 years before his passing in 2015. Barb began working at V-M Corporation and in 1980 she changed jobs and began working for Lakeshore Studios until her retirement in 1999. Barb was a devoted member of the former Church of the Nazarene where she helped teach Sunday School and Vacation Bible School. If the church doors were open Barb & Ben would be there helping where they could, not even blizzards would keep them away. However, what Barb loved more than her church was her family. She loved hosting all the family gatherings and holiday’s until it became too much for her. Every now and then Barb would take a break from tending to her well-maintained house and play games with her children and grandchildren; this always gave her great joy. She also took great pride in her beautiful flower garden. In her down time, Barb would read books that were uplifting and spiritual. Barb was an incredible lady who was always willing to lend a hand when needed. She will be missed dearly by all who knew her, especially her beautiful smile that lit up the room.

Barb is survived by her three children, Kevin (Jodi) Huebner of Berrien Springs, Karla (Roy) Heussner of Congerville, IL and Kim (Rick) Bingham of Stevensville; grandchildren, Steve, Jeff, & Tyler Huebner, Derek (Gabriella), Matt (fiancé, Erica Mansour), & Rachel Heussner, Mandy (Joe) Williams, and Bailey & Livi Bingham; great-grandchildren: Lauren & Maverick Williams and Coleman Huebner. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Ben; and siblings, Viola Beverly, Gordon, Afton, Freman, and Lee Chenoweth.

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    North Shore Memory Gardens
    5027 M-63
    COLOMA, MI 49038
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Posted at 12:41am
I will always remember Barb and Ben from the Nazarene Church. Barb always had a smile, kind heart and beautiful soul.

Susan Cooper

Posted at 09:14am
What a godly woman! Barb was one of the first people to greet my son, Phillip, and me when we visited the Church of the Nazarene. She was so loving and kind to us, often asking me about my week. Barb took a real interest in the children of our congregation and was such an encouragement to all who knew her. I am so blessed to have known Barb.

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