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In Loving Memory

Kubot, Johanna (nee: Gerum)

January 14, 1927 - December 28, 2023

Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church on Thursday, December 28, 2023.  Dear mother of Leo Kubot and Paul (Nancy) Kubot.  Dear grandmother of Michelle (Antonio) Segovia, Lisa Kubot, Jordan Kubot and Tyler Kubot.  Dear great grandmother of Lucas and Oliver Segovia.  Our dear aunt, cousin and friend.

SERVICES:  Memorial Mass will be celebrated at Assumption Catholic Church (4725 Mattis Road 63128) on Tuesday, January 2, 10:00 a.m.  Mrs. Kubot was a longtime member of Assumption Parish.  In lieu of flowers, contributions to the charity of your choice appreciated.

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5 thoughts on “Kubot, Johanna (nee: Gerum)”

  1. OE – we love you so much. I know you were ready to go, but we will still miss you. I will always remember waking up to the smell of bacon and eggs when we would spend the night. I remember when I twisted my ankle and got to skip school and spend the day with you. I remember swing around fun town, grandparents days and trips to the park. And, of course, the OE cakes. You always made me feel loved. I’m glad my kids got to know you. Your strength, your faith and your love will never be forgotten. I love you, OE. Watch over us.

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  2. OE,
    I wish I could’ve said a proper goodbye, but I know you are resting in the ultimate peace. Your warmth, wisdom, and love have made our family what it is today. Thank you for the beautiful memories we’ll always have to remember you by. Thank you for giving your love so deeply to everyone that was lucky enough to know you.
    You will be very missed. I love you always.

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  3. Johanna Kubot, affectionately known in our family as Oe, died at the age of 96. Johanna’s life was a remarkable journey of strength and perseverance. Born amidst the harrows of war, she faced unimaginable challenges from a young age. Her resilience shone through as she migrated to the United States, dedicating herself to hard work and the provision for her family. Her spirit, marked by tenacity and love, touched all who knew her. Johanna leaves behind a legacy of courage and commitment that will forever inspire us. As we bid farewell to this extraordinary woman, we hold tight to the memories and honor her enduring impact. Johanna will be deeply missed but remembered always.

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  4. OE, you faced more hardship than I could imagine. You dedicated your life to giving your children and their children opportunities you never had. I will be eternally grateful for everything you did for our family. I strive to make the most of the life you gave me. OE cakes will continue to bring people joy as long as I have anything to say about it. We love you forever.

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