Selma Hubers, age 92, of Willmar, passed away Sunday afternoon, May 16, at Bethesda Grand in Willmar.
Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 29, at Peterson Brothers Funeral Home in Willmar. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at Peterson Brothers Funeral Home. Interment will be at Holland Township Cemetery in Prinsburg. Arrangements are with the Tri-County Funeral Home in Prinsburg. www.tricountyfuneral.com
Selma was born on August 28, 1928, in Holland Township near Roseland, Minnesota, the daughter of Garrit and Anna (Hoffman) Marcus. She grew up on a farm in Holland Township and received her education in Prinsburg. On January 10, 1947, Selma was married to John A. Zondervan and they made their home in Prinsburg. After John retired, Selma began working for Willmar Poultry Company. John passed away in 1996. In 1999, Selma was married to Clarence “Chuck” Hubers. They lived in Raymond and later moved to Willmar. Chuck passed away in 2014. Selma enjoyed knitting, gardening, flowers, coloring, puzzles and playing bingo. She was known by many for her famous hugs.
She is survived by four sons, Ron Zondervan of Willmar, Steve (and Nancy) Zondervan of Monticello, Craig (and Susan) Zondervan of Waite Park and Mark (and Stacey) Zondervan of Willmar; one son-in-law, Dave Freitag of Breckenridge; three step-children, Barbara (and Randy) Bonnema of Raymond, David Hubers of Isanti and Dwight (and Brenda) Hubers of Willmar; ten grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; numerous step-grandchildren and step-great grandchildren; three sisters, Annie Brouwer of Willmar, Josie Swart of Prinsburg and Eleanor Vruwink of Pease; and two brothers, Gerald (and Kathy) Marcus of Willmar and Calvin (and Mavis) Marcus of Prinsburg, besides many other relatives.
She was preceded in death by her parents; both husbands, John and Chuck; one daughter, Louann Freitag; one son, Arlyn Zondervan; one step-son, Daniel Hubers; and three brothers, William, Dick and Francis Marcus.
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