Roger Humber Death
Roger Humber Obituary, Death Cause: Roger Humber who was chairman of Circle Anglia and long-serving boss for the Home Builders Federation (HBF), has died aged 79.
As his well-wishers stated that “I join the very many people across house building in mourning his passing. He will be long remembered.”
Roger Humber Cause of Death
At this publication, we do not know what caused his death, which may never be revealed. However, when details about him become available, it will make headlines for all who want to read them!
We are all thinking about you during this difficult time. We hope that God will give strength and courage to those grieving your loss, as there is no feeling more painful than losing someone close to us in such tragic circumstances.”
Roger Humber: A fearless leader of the industry who fought for what he believed in #ukhousing
— Housing_Today (@housing_today) September 16, 2022
Who was Roger Humber?
Humber joins the board of Circle Anglia, a precursor to Clarion which is now the UK’s largest housing association. Mr. Humber also joined the association in 2000 when it was known as Anglia Housing and was a key board member in helping it merge with Circle 33 Housing Trust five years later.
Humber has also spent two years as chair overseeing a number of other mergers and acquisitions up until his departure in the year of 2009. In his later career, Mr. Humber was a housing and planning consultant and chaired various groups, including the Building Research Establishment’s construction certification expert group also.
Roger Humber Obituary
Roger Humber, an obituary, has been released for him. His family and friends are in our prayers during this difficult time. Still, unfortunately, we have not yet received any updates about funeral arrangements for the dead person.
Roger Humber Funeral Service
Funeral Service of Roger Humber: Funerals are a very emotional time for family and friends. They might not be able to attend the funeral service, so their obituary must be published on an online platform where they can view or share memories of their loved ones with others who have cared deeply about them while they were alive.