Paul Gerard Huber, 53, of Vienna, Virginia passed away at his home Monday, June 8th after a long battle with prostate cancer.
Paul’s life was marked by academic achievement, professional innovation and excellence and family devotion. Paul graduated from Robert E. Fitch High School in 1974, from MIT in 1978 with a BS in Electrical Engineering and received an MBA from the University of Rhode Island in 1987. Paul began his career at GE in Rhode Island and completed the GE Edison Program. Paul then joined Black and Decker Corporation in Baltimore, MD, and worked in key leadership roles in Marketing and Purchasing throughout his 17 years with the company. In 2004, Paul joined NVR, Inc. in Reston, VA as Vice President of Corporate Procurement. Paul was a devoted management leader and was energized by complex problems and working to find resolutions. Over the course of his professional career he was awarded 16 patents. His love of learning and love of family was evident throughout his life. Paul was also an avid runner, water skier and lifelong UCONN Husky fan.
Paul is survived by his loving wife of 29 years, Nancy (Campbell), his three beloved children, Paul, Anne and Sarah Huber all of Vienna, VA and his parents, Paul and Dorothy Huber of Mumford Cove, Groton, CT. In addition he is survived by seven siblings and their spouses: Dottie and Richard Hoyt of Mumford Cove, Groton, CT; Gerard Huber of Mumford Cove, Groton, CT; Janice and Joseph Bacewicz of Tolland, CT; Patricia and Timothy Friar of New Canaan, CT; Pamela Villari of Lexington, MA; Bernadette and Todd Waterman of Easton, CT; and David and Diann Huber of Mystic, CT; as well as his mother in-law Beth Campbell of Old Greenwich, CT; brothers-in-law and spouse, James and Jennifer Campbell of Greenwich, CT and J. Robert Campbell of Darien, CT. Paul is also survived by 17 nieces and nephews.
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