Hattie E. Ohlrich1

F, b. 28 October 1900, d. 5 December 1974
     Hattie was born on 28 October 1900 at Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States. She was the daughter of Fred Martin Ohlrich and Marie H. Stueber. She married Frederick Lawrence Hubert, son of Frank Hubert and Mary Macan, on 4 June 1921. Hattie died on 5 December 1974 at Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States, at age 74.2 Her body was buried on 8 December 1974 at Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States.

Children of Hattie E. Ohlrich and Frederick Lawrence Hubert

Citations

  1. [S184] Evelyn Lawry Hubert, "Hubert-Ohlrich Family Group Sheets."
  2. [S163] Necrology File - Cleveland Public Library, Obituary of Hattie E. Hubert, 27 Dec, 1974, Reel 119.

Richard Ernest Hubert

M, b. 12 September 1926, d. 7 July 2009
     Richard was born on 12 September 1926 at Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States.1 He was the son of Frederick Lawrence Hubert and Hattie E. Ohlrich. He died on 7 July 2009 at Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee, United States, at age 82.2

Citations

  1. [S184] Evelyn Lawry Hubert, "Hubert-Ohlrich Family Group Sheets."
  2. [S646] Social Security Death Index,.

Donald Leonard Hubert

M, b. 30 September 1923, d. 22 July 2012
     Donald was born on 30 September 1923 at Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States.1 He was the son of Frederick Lawrence Hubert and Hattie E. Ohlrich. He died on 22 July 2012 at Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States, at age 88; HUBERT DONALD L. HUBERT, age 87. Beloved husband of Evelyn (nee Lawry); devoted father of Craig (Barbara), Douglas (Cindy), Scott (Barbara) and Jeff (Kathy); loving grandfather of Don (Christie), Stacy, Lawry (Brian), Jeff (Melissa), Brad (Sarah), Mark, Lindsay, Jason, Brett (Katie) and Will; cherished great-grandfather of J.T., Libby and Zachary; dear brother of Richard (deceased). U.S. Navy Seabee Veteran of WWII. Member of IBEW Local 38 for 65 years. Friends may call at GOLUBSKI DELIBERATO FUNERAL HOME, 4747 TURNEY RD., CORNER OF GARFIELD BLVD., where services will be held on Wednesday, July 27, 2011 at 11 a.m. VISITATION TUESDAY 3-8 P.M. Online condolences may be submitted at GDFH.net. The family suggests donations be made to the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, P.O. Box 5028, Hagerstown, MD 21741-9901 or the Alzheimer's Association, P.O. Box 74924, Cleveland, OH 44194-4924.

Published in The Plain Dealer from July 24 to July 25, 2011.
     Donald's occupation: Electrician.

Citations

  1. [S184] Evelyn Lawry Hubert, "Hubert-Ohlrich Family Group Sheets."

Elizabeth Catherine Doss1

F, b. 18 December 1893, d. 23 January 1965
     Elizabeth was born on 18 December 1893 at Avon Lake, Lorain, Ohio, United States. She was the daughter of Frederick Doss and Elizabeth Ball. She married Ralph Leonard Hubert, son of Frank Hubert and Mary Macan. Elizabeth died on 23 January 1965 at Avon Lake, Lorain, Ohio, United States, at age 71.2 Her body was buried on 26 January 1965 at Holy Trinity Cemetery, Avon, Lorain, Ohio, United States.

Children of Elizabeth Catherine Doss and Ralph Leonard Hubert

Citations

  1. [S20] Leo F. Dusek, "Hubert-Dusek Family Tree."
  2. [S163] Necrology File - Cleveland Public Library, Obituary of Elizabeth C. Hubert, 25 Jan 1965, Reel 119.

Ralph J. "Whitie" Hubert1

M, b. circa 1925, d. 7 April 2008
     Ralph J. "Whitie" Hubert was born circa 1925 at Avon Lake, Lorain, Ohio, United States. He was the son of Ralph Leonard Hubert and Elizabeth Catherine Doss. He died on 7 April 2008 at Leesburg, Virginia, United States.
     Biography of Ralph J. "Whitie" Hubert:
Obituary of Ralph J. Hubert from his winery web site at http://www.tarara.com

Ralph J. "Whitie" Hubert, Construction Executive and Vintner
Ralph J. "Whitie" Hubert, 83, founder and chairman of Gaithersburg, Maryland- based Hubert Construction, LLC and co-owner of Tarara Winery LLC, passed away at his home in Leesburg, Virginia on April 7, 2008. He had prostate cancer and Parkinson's disease.
Whitie was born in Avon Lake, Ohio in 1924 and was raised on a fruit farm that included a vineyard. He attended college at Bowling Green University before joining the Marines during War World II. Following his military service, during which he participated in several Pacific amphibious landings, he attended John Carroll University for a year before transferring to Catholic University, where he was a wrestling champion and the University football team quarterback. It was there that he received his nickname "Whitie" from a football coach who had trouble remembering his name and identified him by his light blond hair.
Between his junior and senior years of college, Whitie took a bicycle trip from Paris over the Alps to Rome. Returning to the U.S. in 1949, he met his future wife Margaret on the English Channel. He graduated Catholic University with an Architectural Engineering degree in 1950 and married Margaret in 1951 in Washington, D.C.
Whitie has been an icon in the Washington, D.C. area construction industry for over 40 years. With just $1,000 in start-up capital in 1959, following the birth of his fifth child, he founded Glen Construction Co. Inc. with then-partner Frank Darcey. In 1969, he bought out his partner and began building a reputation as one of the metropolitan area's largest contractors. For several years, Glen was included in Engineering News Record's list of the top 100 contractors in the nation.
By the 1980's, Glen was building over two million square feet of commercial space per year, including many of the area's landmark buildings such as the J.T.L. Tycon Towers office building in Tyson's Corner and the Radisson Mark Plaza in Alexandria. During this time, he served as President of the Metropolitan Washington Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) and was National President and Fellow of the American Institute of Constructors. In the late 1990's, Whitie reduced his involvement in Glen Construction and sold his interest to his son, Michael Hubert. In 1998, realizing that he missed working in the construction industry, Whitie founded Hubert Construction, LLC. In 2002, he won the DC Metropolitan Subcontractor's Association Pinnacle Award for lifetime achievement in the building and construction industry.
Whitie believed that working in the construction field was a 'great sport.' He was proud of the "Glen Graduates," many of whom who started their construction careers with him and went on to positions of industry leadership. They shared a camaraderie and set of ethics unique to the construction industry. Known for his energy, integrity, and intense type "A" personality, Whitie often would say after a heated exchange: "I'm not mad at you."
Like many World War II veterans, Whitie developed an interest in flying. He received his pilot's license and owned several airplanes, one of which met it's demise in a crash landing. Whitie managed to walk away from that crash and from multiple other moving vehicle incidents, some of which he left while the vehicles were on fire. Friends and family learned that it was better to be Whitie's driver than his passenger, even while riding in a golf cart.
In 1985, Whitie and his wife Margaret bought a 475-acre farm on the Potomac River in Loudoun County, Virginia and named it Tarara. There they built a home and winery, planting 50 acres of grapes, fruit trees, and nursery stock. They opened Tarara's tasting room in 1989. Whitie was actively involved with the Virginia Winerie's Association, encouraging state support of Virginia's nascent wine industry, which is now the nation's fifth largest.
Tarara Winery today is one of Virginia's most recognized destination wineries. It became Whitie's sandbox for an unending series of projects that precluded a slow-paced retirement. With Tarara, Whitie returned to his Ohio roots, living a life focused on family, farming, and growing grapes for wine.
Whitie is survived by his wife of 56 years, Margaret, five children: Karen Harvell of Atlanta, GA; Martha Hubert of San Francisco, CA; Steven Hubert of Bethesda, MD; Janet DuBois of Minneapolis, MN; and Michael Hubert of Gaithersburg, MD; and nine grandchildren: Andrea, Daniella, Casey, Jaime, Andrew, Melanie, Peter, Richard, and Erica. He was predeceased by his grandson Neil.

Citations

  1. [S20] Leo F. Dusek, "Hubert-Dusek Family Tree."

Caroline Hubert1

F, b. 16 June 1927, d. 23 January 2008
     Caroline was born on 16 June 1927 at Avon Lake, Lorain, Ohio, United States. She was the daughter of Ralph Leonard Hubert and Elizabeth Catherine Doss. She married Clifford Harry Berg, son of Frederick Berg and Dorothy Phillips, on 13 November 1954 at Avon Lake, Lorain, Ohio, United States.1 She died on 23 January 2008 at age 80.

Citations

  1. [S180] Bernard Thomas Hubert, "Ralph Hubert Family Records."

Bernard John Hubert1

M, b. 10 October 1929, d. 30 January 1998
     Bernard was born on 10 October 1929 at Avon Lake, Lorain, Ohio, United States. He was the son of Ralph Leonard Hubert and Elizabeth Catherine Doss. He died on 30 January 1998 at Lakewood, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States, at age 68.2

Citations

  1. [S180] Bernard Thomas Hubert, "Ralph Hubert Family Records."
  2. [S646] Social Security Death Index,.

Clifford Harry Berg1

M, b. 4 November 1921, d. 19 August 2015
     Clifford was born on 4 November 1921 at Berea, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States. He was the son of Frederick Berg and Dorothy Phillips. He married Caroline Hubert, daughter of Ralph Leonard Hubert and Elizabeth Catherine Doss, on 13 November 1954 at Avon Lake, Lorain, Ohio, United States.1 He died on 19 August 2015 at Sandusky, Erie, Ohio, United States, at age 93; Clifford Harry "Cliff" Berg Obituary
HURON - Clifford "Cliff" Harry Berg, 94 of Huron, passed away at the Ohio Veteran's Home, Sandusky, on Aug. 19 2015.
Cliff was born Nov. 4, 1920, in Berea, the youngest son of Frederick and Dorothy (Phillips) Berg. He grew up with a close family nearly all living on Fair Street in Berea. Cliff graduated from Berea High School; he worked his way through Baldwin Wallace College obtaining a degree in Math. Cliff and his brother Jack both served their country in World War II and Cliff loved to tell the story of running into his brother on a train bound for home in Louisville, Ky., as they both had leave at the same time and were able to surprise the family on Fair Street with a dual visit. After Service to his country, Cliff began his career at General Motors Corporation as an engineer and began setting down roots in Northeast Ohio. He met the love of his life, Caroline Hubert, as a part of a bowling league in 1950's, Cleveland. They were married soon after and began their life together. Cliff and Caroline raised their family in Huron, spending many years in Chaska Beach enjoying the best of Lake Erie. Through the years Cliff was active in his community serving on the Huron Zoning Board, working at the Food Bank and volunteering at McBride Arboretum. Upon retirement from GM's New Departure Hyatt facility, Sandusky, Cliff began his second career as an Ohio Snowbird. He and Caroline enjoyed many years of wintering in Venice, Fla., with many new 'campground' friends. As the years moved on, he took great pride in his grandchildren and kept tabs on their academic, military and professional accomplishments. He relished his time with all the family at the beach house in Chaska and helped with the 4th of July festivities as long as he was able. It was also in Berea where he began his lifelong love of golf starting as a caddy when he was only 8.
He is preceded in death by his loving wife of 53 years, Caroline (Hubert) Berg; and his brother, Jack Berg.
He is survived by his children, Ken Berg of Louisville, Ky., Mary (Tom) Hetteberg of Cuyahoga Falls, Virginia (Ed) Cordier of Scranton, Pa., and Carol (Scott) Smitherman of Charlotte, N.C; grandchildren, Phil Hetteberg, Kate Hetteberg, Tim Hetteberg, Liz (Scott) Olman, Sam Smitherman, and Lilly Smitherman; sisters-in-law, Martha Hubert and Margaret Hubert; and many loving nieces and nephews.
The family will receive friends at Foster Funeral Home & Crematory, 410 Main Street, Huron, from 4 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 25.
Funeral Services will be Wednesday, at 10:30 a.m., Aug. 26, followed by internment at Holy Trinity Cemetery in Avon.
The family would like to thank all the caregivers and staff at both the Ohio Veteran's Home as well as Stein Hospice.
The family asks that, in lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Stein Hospice Services, 1200 Sycamore Line, Sandusky 44870, or the Ohio Veteran's Home, 3416 Columbus Ave, Sandusky 44870.
Online condolences may be shared at http://www.fosterfh.com/
Published in The Morning Journal on Aug. 23, 2015. He was buried on 26 August 2015 at Holy Trinity Cemetery, Avon, Lorain, Ohio, United States.
     Clifford's occupation: Engineer.

Citations

  1. [S180] Bernard Thomas Hubert, "Ralph Hubert Family Records."