(Feb. 6, 2013)
Bert U. Shubert “Pops” of Dayton, Ohio, passed
away Feb. 6. He was born March 29, 1925 in Madisonville. He was a resident of
Dayton since 1947 and was retired from General Motors, after 35 years of service.
He was a veteran of World War II, serving in the Army and contributing to the
war effort while working on the atomic bomb in Oak Ridge. He was owner of Red
He was 87.
Preceded in death by: parents, Martha Schubert
and Clabe Arp; wife, Catherine Z. Shubert; brother, Wade Schubert; and sister,
Survivors include: sons-Bert W. and Connie
Shubert of Port Charlotte, Fla.; and Michael W. Shubert of Dayton;
Grandchildren-Stephanie Shubert, who attends
West Point Academy; and Eric Robinson of Dayton;
Great-grandchildren-Isabella and Maya Robinson;
Sister-Mary Bryant of Miamisburg, Ohio;
Numerous nieces and nephews.
Visitation was held from 1-2 p.m., Saturday,
Feb. 9, at Newcomer Funeral Home in Beaver Creek, Ohio. A funeral service was
held at the burial site with military honors at Woodland Cemetery in Dayton. In
lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Dayton Hospice in Bert’s memory.
Bert’s nephew, Steven Bryant of Indianapolis, Ind., officiated the service.