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Mary Huber (1932-2013)

Mary Ellen Huber, age 81, a resident of Kenosha, died Sunday July 7th 2013 at Hospitality Nursing and Rehab Center.

Mary was born on May 27, 1932 to the late John T. and Margaret (Ribar) Novascone in Kenosha WI.

On January 25, 1957 she was united in marriage with Larry W. Huber in Waukegan IL. Mary was proud to be a homemaker and enjoyed taking care of her family.

Mary is survived by one son Rickey (Cathy) Huber of Beach Park IL, one daughter Patricia (Dana) Mellen of Beach Park IL, five grandchildren Nina Huber, Rick (Melissa) Huber Sr., Marc Brehm, Devon (Anthony) Pope and Jeremy Mellen; and four great grandchildren, Mahala, Connor, Cameron and Rick Jr. Mary is further survived by one brother Jack Novascone of Kenosha and two sisters, Nora Lee Becker of Wild Rose WI and JoAnne (Richard) Kramer of Kenosha, as well as many nieces, nephews and cousins.

Mary was preceded in death by her parents and by her husband Larry in 1988.

As per Mary’s wishes, services will be private.

3 comments

  1. My dearest condolences to your family, I knew your family well, Mary Ellen was my second mom. I know she had suffered from some back problems and I prayed for her. When my mother was so I’ll in 2001, Mary herd her cry out for her mother on the phone. Mary broke down and cried as they were best friends for years, I have a few pictures. They are precious to me. I knew and loved your father, hard working man, very good with brickwork A’s I remember, then I remember the car accident that took his life and he was not at fault. My mother Patricia passed from MRSA in the hospital on 12-12-2002. She had 5 grandchildren. My father passed just 2 years ago, is on legacy and had five grandchildren and 1 great grandson that he truly adored. They both suffered so, I’m sure A’s your mom. I’m so very for your loss. And pain, it still feels like yesterday we were just talking. But it’s God who decides how you die, and all four Craft children are still alive, Roger has diabetes bad, steven retired from neck problems, I was a nurse and had to retire due. To a spinal cord injury, car rear ended and a bad surgeon, he hurt me twice. Donna is still working, partially retired. She’s so stern like my dad, I’m sweet and good and caring and it tore us apart. You see we live in two different worlds. I live to feed the hungry, give a drink to the thirsty, And clothing to those that need it. you see, that’s what god judges us for, so I’ll leave the judging up to him! God bless you all and know where ever you turn a sight a sound a sense it may be mom or dad watching over you! They are…….keeping you safe! <3 Sheryl

  2. My sincerest condolences for Mary, she is now the wind that blows, the sun that shines, the leaves that scramble, and the diamond glints on the snow..look for her there and you will all know her presence is always with you now and forever! With much love to you all, as I remember you all, by that in totality, your family was my family. I love you all so much! I wish I could take your pain, I love, I love, I love…..Sheryl Craft

  3. Dear Huber family, Since the passing of your mother, friend, sister, aunt, nana, daughter, & so many other things, I cannot believe 1 person other than me hasn’t bothered to comment on your loved one here. I think of her often, just A’s I do my mother, remember the bad times, the good times, but how my mom and Mary continued to stay friends. I’m aware of the circumstances surrounding your mom, I’m so very sorry for your pain. We had to let go of my mom by removing her from life support, and every heartbeat became less and less, I remembered my childhood as it flashed before my eyes, telling my mom it was ok to go, knowing someday, somehow, they would all find each other again, and they are happy! I know it, I feel it to the bottom of my heart. I loved your mom so, wish I had known where she was, someday I’ll be there too, and we can hug, I can’t wait for that hug! I loved I loved I loved! Jan 16, 2014

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