George W. Stubert, 78, of East Avenue, Greenville, passed away Saturday evening (Sept. 9, 2017) at UPMC Presbyterian, Pittsburgh.
George was born on Nov. 21, 1938, in Greenville to John and Lotta (Cook) Stubert.
He was a 1957 graduate of Greenville High School.
On Sept. 10, 1959, George married Mary E. (Betty) Simeral in Greenville. They were married 58 years.
He was a member of St. Michael Catholic Church in Greenville.
George worked for the borough of Greenville at the sewage treatment plant for more than 35 years. After retirement, he spent 10 years volunteering at Greenville Hospital.
He loved watching football and other sports on TV, especially the Pittsburgh Steelers, and traveling with his wife. The pair enjoyed taking trips via Anderson Coach and Travel every summer, most recently a trip to Chattanooga, Tenn., in July.
George is survived by: his wife, Betty, at home; three children, John Stubert and wife Cindy of Greenville, Terry Roman and husband Ken of Marysville, Ohio, and Dina Landfried and husband Todd of Grafton, Wis.; a sister, Linda Barnett (Stubert); a sister-in-law, Marge Stubert; eight grandchildren, Capt. James Stubert and wife Hannah, Dr. Adam Stubert, Emma Harding and husband John, Zack Roman, Lizzie Roman, Karah Landfried Hunter and husband Grant, Lexie Landfried, and Andrew Landfried; and two great-grandchildren, Lilly Hunter and Lacy Hunter.
He is preceded in death by: his parents; a brother, Ray Stubert; and a brother-in-law, the Rev. Emory Barnett.
Memorial contributions may be made to St. Michael School Endowment Fund, 85 N. High St. Greenville, PA 16125.
George W., 78, of East Avenue, Greenville.
Calling hours: 4 to 7 p.m. today (9-12-17) in LOUTZENHISER-JORDAN FUNERAL HOME and CREMATORY, 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville. Visitors are welcome to sign the online guestbook and view a video tribute at www.loutzenhiserfuneralhome.com
Funeral: Mass of Christian Burial at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday (9-13-17) in St. Michael Roman Catholic Church, Greenville, with the Rev. V. David Foradori, pastor of the church, as celebrant.
Inurnment: St. Michael Cemetery, Greenville.
Published on September 11, 2017