Ray Harber

Ray Harber, 87, of Bryan, passed away Friday February 9, 2018. Ray was a proud veteran of the US Airforce, and retired after 20 years as a Master Sergeant. He also owned LNH Inc. as he was a longtime homebuilder in the Bryan College Station area.

Ray was born June 13, 1930, in Rose Hill, Virginia, to Jerry and Cornie Harber. He was preceded in death by his parents, 4 brothers, and 3 sisters.

Survivors include his son Ricky Harber; daughters, Konnie Harber, Norma Calhoun and husband Ron; brothers, Victor Harber and wife Thelma, Franklin Harber and wife Ruth, Bobby Harber; sisters, Ada Osborne and husband Hoye, Jerelene Harber; and one granddaughter, Taylor Harber.

Cremation services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers of Bryan College Station, Texas.


  1. Mr. Harbor built a home for me in 1992. He certainly made an impression on me that I will never forget. He was a man of great character and integrity. I was a single mom with three little girls. He was kind to us and he was always gave his honest opinion on what colors I picked out and my wallpaper selections. Lol! When I saw his obituary, I knew the world lost a good man and home builder. My prayers are with your family.

  2. I was very honored to meet Mr Ray Harber and provide services of solar screens for his homes through the years from the moment we met we would always carry conversation at Kroger Starbucks he would always tell me “what are you doing here you should be out there putting up Solar Screens on all the homes their building in Bryan College Station and to get rich because tommorrow is not promised” I laughed and said Ray I just can’t keep up. Through the time we would always talk about Global warming and if I asked him anything about home improvement he had an answer real quick for me. I’m shocked he’s gone I just was sitting talking to him about a week ago , but Mr Ray Harber I will never forget you my friend. RIP

  3. My best friend, Ricky Harber I send my condolences. I enjoyed the times I d it d get to speak with Ray Harber. Richard