Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.   James 1:27

Through dedication & hard work from volunteers, we are happy to say this wonderful renovation project is complete!

Come out and help us celebrate, and appreciate the spectacular results! We have had many hands on this job and the craftsmanship and attention to details will not go unnoticed. It is with humble hearts that we say “Thank You” to everyone who helped and to neighbors who endured the mess that is “construction” during the last few months!


We hope you are pleased with it and we cordially invite you and your families to join us…


What: Open House Celebration

When: Friday June 14th, 2013

Time: 5:30-7:30 pm

Where: 1941 Carrbridge Way Raleigh, NC


Appetizers will be served by Milton’s and Wine being provided, courtesy of Harris Teeter. 


Our Mission…

Friends of Steve Huber have collectively decided to help the family how we know best…real estate! We have started a fundraiser, “The Huber House” which is a rehab located in Raleigh, NC. We have purchased the house from a local bank, and are currently working to restore it to it’s full glory. We hope to have it up for sale early in the first quarter of 2013. With the proceeds we plan to start a college fund for his youngest 2 girls. It’s the least we can do for a man such as this…

Huber Family

Steve Huber, family man extraordinaire, Navy Veteran, assistant Boy Scout leader, elf/photographer for an annual Santa project,  and friend to all, lost his life before he could fulfill family dreams for ‘his girls’.  Steve was father to 4, with 2 younger ones still at home.  His girls ~ Molly and Layne ~ held his heart and hopes for an amazing future, full of promise.  One of these girls was 4 when Steve and Sue met and married.  The other magical moment came for the family when they traveled to China in 2008 and added another daughter who was 10 at the time.  The girls are 15 and 14 now.

Dad started dreaming again with and for his girls.  He had lost everything in the Nortel mess and had to rebuild from ground zero.  He discovered a love for helping others through real estate, attended every class he could, and lived with passion and purpose to make it work – so well that in fact, he would be in a position to just give it away.  Give Angel Flights in the airplane he hoped to buy, give housing, give education.  Anyone who knew him already knew he’d give the shirt off his back to whoever needed it.  It’s who he was.
Dad didn’t have enough time for soaring in his new ventures or to fulfill any family dreams.  He had only enough time here on earth for lift-off.  But his girls still have Dad’s dream and belief  in them…
A legacy of love we should all be so lucky to feel.