Marlowe Huber honored at Hebron Airport open house, ribbon cutting

HEBRON – The Hebron Municipal Airport ended its Tuesday open house with a ribbon cutting for a new credit card fuel system and replacement of the concrete taxi-ways and apron around the hangers.

These projects cost about $1 million in total. They were officially completed this past summer.

In addition, the Hebron Airport Authority Board celebrated the retirement of 24-year member Marlowe Huber.

Huber, who’s been involved with the Hebron Airport in some way for the past 50 years, will retire from the board in January.

To honor his long career, Nebraska Lieutenant Governor Mike Foley named Marlowe an admiral in the Great Navy of the State of Nebraska – the highest honor bestowed by Nebraska’s governor.

Marlowe is an active pilot flying with the Blue Valley Flying Club.

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