Sunset Funeral Home
1800 St. George Rd., Evansville

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James “Jim” Kueber

January 31, 1938 - May 13, 2020


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    Askins says

    Enjoyed the years we got to know you Jim..Always good to see you in church and cut up with you a little bit..We will miss you..

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    Debbie Schenk says

    Our prayers go out to the entire family especially Jim’s brother John and family .

    Pat and Debbie Schenk

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    Carole Morris says

    Dave and Jacquie, So sorry to read this. So sorry for your loss. Sounds like a big loss!. Prayers for you and all the family.

    Love & hugs, Aunt Carole

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James “Jim” Kueber, 82, passed away on May 13, 2020. He was born on January 31, 1938 to Henry Stephen and Anna Matilda Kueber in Evansville, Indiana.

Jim was an outdoorsman. He enjoyed camping and boating with his children. He also loved playing and coaching softball. Jim was an extremely hardworking man. He worked for Whirlpool for 41 years. Jim loved to go four-wheeling and picnicking with his wife and family. Above all else, he loved spending time with his family and friends.

Jim is survived by his wife of 18 years Caroline (Schnapf) Kueber; his children Stacy (Cinda Inman) Kueber, Kevin (Debra) Kueber, Cindy Bittner, Rick (Elizabeth) Kueber, Becky (Dave) Heerdink, and David (Jacquie) Harmon; his grandchildren Jamie (Daniel) Titzer, Dustin (Katie) Ewers, Jessica Bernardin, Crystal (Ron) Dombkowski, Tony (Amy) Inman,  Michelle (Adam) Hayford, Wesley Kueber, Robbie Gulledge, Daniel Kueber, Jasmin (Joey) Fegan, Cody (Gena) Glaser, and Matthew (Ivy) Glaser; his great-grandchildren Maxwell Inman, Samera Dombkowski, Macy Inman, Oliver Bernardin, Samantha Ewers, Archer Bernardin, Charlotte Hayford, and Eli Ewers; his siblings Janice Ricketts, Ruth Orth, and John (Cindi) Kueber; his daughter-in-law Kris Kueber; and many nieces and nephews.

Jim was preceded in death by his parents; his son Keith Kueber; and his grandson Aaron Kueber.

Friends and family will be able to visit from 10 a.m. until time of service at 11 a.m. Monday, May 18th at the Chapel of Peace Mausoleum at Sunset Memorial Park.