Nancy Ann Hubert



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Beacon Hill Benevolent Fund

1919 Boston Street SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49506

Nancy Ann Hubert (nee Niehaus), age 90, of Grand Rapids, passed away peacefully with Tom at her side, Tuesday, September 5, 2023. She was preceded in death by granddaughter, Madison Hubert; brothers, Joe Niehaus, Dan Niehaus, and Robert Niehaus. Nancy is survived by her husband of 70 years, Tom Hubert; children, Kevin (Pam) Hubert, Stephen (Barb) Hubert, Sally (Mike) Murphy, Roger Hubert, Katie (Julie Osterling) Hubert; grandchildren, Dan (Kristen) Hubert, Craig (April) Hubert, Joel (Anita Hernandez) Hubert, Maddie Murphy, Cara Murphy, Lindsay Murphy, Jack Hubert, Reuben Rosenblatt, Kaniya Osterling, Sage Osterling, Mira Osterling; great-grandchildren, Duke Hubert, Lane Hubert; brothers, David (Debra) Niehaus, Roger (Maureen) Niehaus; sisters-in-law, Carol Niehaus, Joanne Niehaus; and oldest friend, Marlene Maly. Nancy graduated high school from Sacred Heart Academy in Cincinnati and attended college at Our Lady of Cincinnati. She went on to translate books into braille. Nancy enjoyed tennis, golf, playing bridge, water color painting, and shopping. Mass of Christian Burial will be 11:00 am Friday, September 8, 2023, at St. Stephen Catholic Church, 750 Gladstone Dr SE, East Grand Rapids, MI 49506. The family will meet with friends and relatives 10:00-11:00 am Friday at the church. Rev. Scott Nolan presiding. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Beacon Hill Benevolent Fund at, 1919 Boston Street SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49506.


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  1. To the entire Hubert family. We share in your sadness over the loss of Nancy (mom, grandma, great-grandma). We feel fortunate to have known her and shared a small portion of her long and wonderful life. Please know that we are lifting all of you up in prayer, and we hold strong the hope that Christ will fill the hole that is left in your hearts with Nancy’s passing, and bring you His peace. Hugs to all. Frank and Gayle Belsito

  2. So very saddened to hear of Nancy’s passing. She was a gem and I enjoyed every minute I was able to spend time with and talk with her. A very talented and interesting lady and it was a blessing to be in her presence. RIP to Nancy and love to all of her family members

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