Beverley Hubschmitt | Death notice | norfolkdailynews.com
WISNER – Services for Beverley K. Hubschmitt, 80, Wisner, will take place at 10:30 am on Friday May 14 at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Wisner. Reverend Jared Hartmann will officiate. Interment will take place in the Wisner cemetery. Visitations will be from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday at the Minnick Funeral Home in Wisner.
She passed away on Thursday, May 6, 2021 at Franciscan Healthcare in West Point.
Beverley Kay Hubschmitt was born on April 17, 1941 in Pilger, to Brother and Alma (Koepke) Giese. She was baptized on May 25, 1941, then confirmed on April 11, 1954 at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Wisner.
Bev took a rest on May 6, 2021. As an organ donor, she will continue to help others.
Bev graduated from Wisner High School in 1958. She attended Norfolk Beauty College and became a cosmetologist. She worked as a hairdresser from 1962 to 1987.
She married Keith Jurgensen on February 14, 1967. Three children were born from this marriage: Roberta, Corey and Kendra.
Bev married James Hubschmitt at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Pilger on January 14, 1984.
Bev owned and operated the Hair Loom in Wisner, where she assembled a team for the Hair Loom beauty salon bowling team. Bev enjoyed providing cosmetology services at Wisner Manor and Kuzelka Funeral Home.
Bev enjoyed many activities, including fishing, gardening, and reading cookbooks. She was known for her skills in tailoring, creating unique costumes for high school plays and doing alterations for her family and neighbors. Sewing was one of the many things she was passionate about as a 4-H leader and Girl Scout leader, besides the church quilting circle.
Bev has been active in Wisner’s well-being, coordinating SHARE for many years with the help of the women at the Wisner Senior Center.
She returned to Northeast Community College in 1987, earning an Associate’s Degree in Computer Programming in 1991. She later earned her CDL bachelor’s degree and quickly became a frequent companion with her partner, James, until her retirement. She spoke fondly of seeing the country.
After their retirement, the Hubschmitt’s, along with many of their family and friends, built the log cabin, becoming a source of pride and rest for many family and friends during their travels.
Recently, she has spent time following the grandchildren, as well as many hours Facetiming her great-great-grandchildren.
Bev is survived by her children, Roberta Meyer, Corey (Melissa) Jurgensen and Kendra One Horn; 10 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren; as well as two sisters-in-law, Kathy Giese and Mitzi Giese.
Bev was predeceased by her husbands, James Hubschmitt and Keith Jurgensen; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elder Giese; and two brothers, Gary and Gayle Giese.