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Annetta Kubel was born on Saturday, May 10, 1919 to Peter V. and Josephine (Poboda) Becvar in Tyndall, South Dakota. On June 22, 1938, she was united in marriage to Pete Kubel at Vodnany Catholic Church in rural Tyndall. During WWII, they moved to California where Pete worked in the ship yards welding while Annetta worked in a tuna canning plant. After the war, she attended and graduated from Cosmetology School and was employed as a hairdresser in San Pedro, California. Later the family moved back to South Dakota where they farmed in the Tyndall area until they retired in 1990. Following Pete’s death in 1991, Annetta made her home in Tyndall until 2012, when at the age of 92 she decided it was time to reside at the Good Samaritan Home.
Annetta loved to crochet and created many beautiful pieces throughout the years. She also loved watching her grandson Jason play the outfield with the Minnesota Twins. She loved all of her grand, great, and great-great-grandchildren dearly. We were blessed to have her in our lives.
Annetta passed away on Thursday, September 24, 2015 at the Good Samaritan Society of Tyndall having attained the age of 96 years, 4 months, and 14 days.
She is survived and remembered by her children: Geraldine “Gerry” (Jerry) Anshutz of Pierre, Nancy Hume of Omaha, NE, and Myron (Debbie) Kubel of Palmdale, CA; grandchildren: Robin (Daniel) Shearer of Sioux Falls, Donna Anshutz of Sioux Falls, Forrest (Melody) Anshutz of Huron, Brock (Juli) Anshutz of Sioux Falls, Jason (Blake) Kubel of CA, Jaclyn Kubel of HI, Rachael Kubel of AR, Sarah Kubel of MD, Allison (John) Debar of MD, and Daniel Kubel, Jr. of MD; great-grandchildren: Erica, Hunter, Drake, Jeffrey, Mitchell, Owen, Heidi, Alexander, Henry, Joseph, and Grace; great-great-grandchild Brody; brother Joseph (Marcie) of Tyndall; and daughter-in-law Karen Kubel of Adamtown, MD.
She was preceded in death by her husband Pete Kubel, son Daniel Kubel in 2010, brothers Peter C. Becvar, Jr. and Wesley Becvar, sister Bernadine Matuska, and two infant grandsons.
My Dear Nettie, I am going to miss you. You were always my first stop when I came to the Home. I know after Bernie passed you wanted to be with her. Now you will be back together. Rest in peace my love and try to keep those necklaces untangled. We had some good times, some beautiful visits, you will always be in my prayers and in my heart. Thanks for the memories.
Marge Stoebner Sep 26 2015 8:02 PM