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  • Arlene Schuberger

  • Arlene Schuberger, 71, of rural Weir, passed away February 21, 2013 at Freeman Hospital in Joplin, from complications of pneumonia.

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  • Arlene Schuberger, 71, of rural Weir, passed away February 21, 2013 at Freeman Hospital in Joplin, from complications of pneumonia.
    Arlene was born November 3, 1941 in Weir, to James and Margaret (Owen) Brownlee and had lived in the Weir area her entire life.
    Arlene attended schools in Weir and graduated from Weir High School in 1959 and also attended Pittsburg State University.
    On July 1, 1966, she married Edward “Bud” Schuberger at Pittsburg, Kansas. She then began a 41 year career as an employee of the Great Plains Federal Credit Union in Joplin, Missouri, rising to the position of Vice President in charge of Marketing and Lending. She retired in 2007.
    A loving Mother and Grandmother, her children were the centerpiece of her life, always a supporter of their activities, a source of encouragement, and a shoulder to lean on in a time of need.
    Arlene enjoyed a variety of crafts as her hobbies. She enjoyed sewing, needle work, and her true passion of quilting. She enjoyed many happy times quilting with her very close quilting friends.
    Arlene was a member of the Cherokee United Methodist Church and the Town and Country Quilting Guild located in Joplin. Also, during her life she donated time as a Sunday school teacher and as a Pink Lady at Via Christie Hospital.
    Survivors include her husband of the home; three daughters, Donnell Minta of Freeman, MO, Jenette Scales and her husband, Dennis of rural Weir; Shannon Walton and her husband, Clint of Oronogo, MO; one son, Shane Schuberger and his wife, Heather of rural Columbus; one sister, Elizabeth Davis of Columbus; seven grandchildren, Ashley and Zach Scales, Ryan and Tayler Minta, Syler and Shade Schuberger, and Saige Walton. Also, baby Walton due in August.
    A graveside service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, (Feb. 27) at the Hosey Hill Cemetery. Friends are requested to meet at the cemetery.  Burial will follow the services. The family will receive friends from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Tuesday at the Brenner Mortuary, where friends may call after 10 a.m. to sign the register. The family requests that memorials be given to the Town and Country Quilting Guild. These may be left at or sent to Brenner Mortuary 114 East 4th Street, Pittsburg, Kansas 66762. Friends may also leave online condolences at www.brennermortuary.com. Arrangements are under the direction of Brenner Mortuary, Pittsburg, Kansas.
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