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Jean Kubler May 8, 1941 – November 30, 2022

Celebration of Life

 

December 17, 2022

Provided.

Jean Kubler.

Cherished Wife, Beloved Mother and Grandmother, Dear Friend, Faithful Sister.

Memorial: Dec. 17 at 2 p.m.

• In Person: Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 21260 Golden Hills Blvd., Tehachapi.

• Zoom Link available upon request.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to your favorite charity.

If you have any special photos of Jean or have any stories of her that you'd like to share with us, there will be a box available at the Kingdom Hall on Dec. 17. Please feel free to leave it in the box (with your name on it) OR you can email Jean's daughter, Leslie, any time, email available upon request. We will be putting everything together in a scrapbook and will have her family and friends' memories all together as a keepsake. It'll be something we'll cherish forever and get to share with you, too.

About my mother, Carolyn "Jean" Kubler: Mostly known as Jean, Mom and Momo

Important dates:

Born: May 8, 1941

Married: January 14, 1961

Birth to twins: March 31, 1968

Baptized as one of Jehovah's Witnesses:

May 19, 1973

Moved to Tehachapi, CA: May 25, 1989

Diagnosed with congestive heart failure and liver cancer: October 2022

Put on Hospice: November 1, 2022

Passed away: November 30, 2022

Surviving Family: Husband Gerald "Jerry" Kubler. Twin Daughter, Lori Kubler. Grandchildren, Kyle Iverson and Ashlee Lambert. Twin Daughter, Leslie Rhoades and son-in-law, Jeremy Rhoades

One thing that seems to consistently be said about my mom is, "She always had a smile on her face."

Most people knew that she suffered from severe osteo-arthritis her entire life, as well as a number of other disorders she developed over the years, such as rheumatoid-arthritis and diabetes, which caused her so much pain, debilitating fatigue and a weakened immune system, limiting her mobility greatly. But despite the pain, she really did always smile. She fought hard to hide how bad she felt, and sometimes when she just couldn't fight it, she'd still say that others were going through so much worse and felt bad about complaining.

This Celebration of Life is continued online at http://www.woodmortuary.net/obituaries/Carol-Kubler/#!/Obituary.

Wood Family Funeral Service has been entrusted with her care. For condolences, please visit http://www.woodmortuary.net.

 
 

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