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Betty Hope Zuber

Betty Hope Zuber, of Superior, Wis. died Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014. She was 90 years old. Betty was born to Leona Carlson and Leo Hanson on Feb. 8, 1924, in Fredric, Wis..

Betty graduated from High School in Superior, Wis. She proudly served in the United States Navy from Oct. 14, 1944 through May 7, 1946. While in the Navy, Betty reached E5 Second Class Petty Officer Status. She also received The Victory Award and The American Theater Ribbon while serving her country. Betty attended Licensed Practical Nursing School and loved working at the local hospital in Superior as well as providing private nursing services to patients in their home.

Betty possessed a very special way about her. She was charming, friendly and always accepting of others. Her cute and sparkly personality left an impression on everyone who knew her. She was an excellent cook and a fabulous dancer.

Betty was preceded in death by her son Michael Zuber; sister Shirley Schurter; mother Leona Carlson; father August S Carlson; grandson Grant Noonan.

Betty is survived by her children, Randolph (Mary) Zuber of Superior, April (Glenn) Choffin of Fairport, N.Y., Leanna Noonan (Thomas Vnuk) of Ft. Collins, Colo.; her grandchildren, Shay (Kevin) McWain of Severance, Colorado, David (Marca) Anderson of Pittsford, N.Y., Matt (Amy) Choffin of Charlotte, N.C., Melissa (Ryan) Ostrofsky of Superior, Kristina (Kevin) Henry of Fairport, N.Y.; 12 great-grandchildren, Michael, Peter, Sarah, Rachel, Ella, Hannah, Elizabeth, Alison, Josephine, Marilyn, Charlie and Marek. She is also survived by numerous nephews and nieces who adored her.

Betty was cared for and loved by the wonderful people at Cedar Ridge Assisted Living Facility. They made her life joyful and we are forever grateful.

Cremation has taken place. Interment will be at Riverside Cemetery and graveside services will be at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made in Bettys memory to: Disabled American Veterans of Wisconsin 1253 Scheuring Road De Pere, WI 54115.