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Ann Stoub

Ann Marie Stoub

Friday, June 8th, 1973 - Thursday, April 23rd, 2020
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Obituary

Ann Marie Stoub, 46, was called home peacefully on April 23, 2020 at Spectrum Health Lakeland, St. Joseph.

A private graveside service will be held on Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at Hickory Bluff Cemetery, Stevensville. Memorial contributions may be given to the Christian Reformed Church of St. Joseph. Those wishing to leave a condolence for Ann’s family may do so at www.starks-menchinger.com.

Ann was a graduate of Christ Lutheran School, Michigan Lutheran High School, Calvin College, and earned a Master’s Degree in School Psychology at Andrews University and later a Library Science Degree at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee. Ann worked as a school psychologist in South Bend and Plymouth, IN. For the past few years, she has lived in St. Joseph and worked in the Stevensville Meijer deli.

Ann’s many interests included reading, knitting, and geocaching. She also liked to camp, fish, kayak, and hike, especially at Ludington State Park. She loved music, British TV, Dr. Who, and the Chicago Blackhawks. Ann had many difficulties in life. She had a strong faith in her Creator, Redeemer and Friend, our Lord, Jesus Christ. Ann’s faith was encouraged by the many members of Christian Reformed Church of St. Joseph. They are to be commended for their love.

Ann will be missed by her parents, Marvin and Barbara (Decker) Stoub; her sister, Susan (Paul) Aschenbrenner; her niece, Morgan; her nephew, Collin; her step-grandmother, Fennetta (DoornBos-Kuiper) Stoub; and her many uncles, aunts, cousins, and friends. She is preceded in death by her grandparents, William and Anne (Van Oosbree) Stoub, and Henry and Clara (Burger) Decker.

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    Location
    Hickory Bluff Cemetery
    Address
    4290 Cleveland Avenue
    Stevensville, MI 49127
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Deb Christensen

Posted at 10:37am
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Susan Kretchman

Posted at 10:30am
I met Ann a year ago when I was hired to work the second shift at the Meijer deli. She was one of the first friends I made there, and a wonderful person to know and work with. At the end of the day on our way back to the break room, we would often walk down the ice cream aisle and compare the different flavors. She did not, however, think the pies in the bakery section could compare to her Grandma Stoub's homemade pies! I enjoyed her sense of humor and keen wit------ they made the workday more pleasant. Walking past a table where our team leader, Rodney, had many papers spread out that he was working on, Ann turned to me and asked matter-of-factly, "Shall we turn the fan on?", before breaking out in a mischievous laugh. Ann was truly a kind, compassionate lady, and will genuinely be missed.
With deepest sympathy,
Sue Kretchman
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Tina Morales

Posted at 06:24am
To Ann's Family,
I had the pleasure to work with Ann through Plymouth High School. I enjoyed talking to her about yard work, her dog, kayaking and her family. If I remember correctly she was also a member of the Marshall County Orchestra. Ann had a dedication to her profession that was unparalleled. Peace and comfort to her family. Rest in Peace Dear Ann. Tina Morales, PHS Guidance Secretary (retired)
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Jennifer Nowalk

Posted at 02:05pm
I worked with Ann at Jesse/Plymouth Community Schools for several years. Ann was a sweet, gentle soul. It doesn’t surprise me to learn more about her faith. Being a speech therapist we often shared students. I was always pleased to see her....she lent a listening kind ear! Ann had compassion for students, especially those marginalized by disabilities or circumstances beyond their control. I believe completely she is changed into a fuller life as her faith proclaims. Please accept my condolences. I wish you all peace . Jenny Nowalk, Providence Associate, Sisters of Providence, Terre Haute, Indiana.
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Rose Goncher

Posted at 10:11am
I am so sorry to hear of Ann’s passing. I worked with Ann for many years Plymouth Schools. May God bless and heal your hearts at this sad time.
Rose
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