Mary Ann Hubbard |

Mary Ann Hubbard

September 2, 1942 ~ November 14, 2018

Mary Ann Hubbard was born in Venice, CA to Mary Louise Leininger and Willard Victor Gramm, their only child. After a 12-year battle with Cancer, she passed away in Incline Village, her home of 20 years.

A loving wife, mother, grandmother and homemaker for a majority of her life, Mary was an exceptional cook, loved baking with her grandchildren, and always had her nose in a book. She was a lifelong movie enthusiast and enjoyed critiquing films and gossiping of actors with her daughter in spare time.

Mary met her husband, Jack, in 1986, bringing their two families together. She developed a late career in real estate when they moved to Incline Village in 1997, and the two of them together became involved in golf and community. Mary loved her friends in Incline, finding time for lunch or golf, playing Bunco and drinking wine with them. An avid sports fan, Mary attended college football and basketball games; as well as many games of her son while raising him. In recent years, Mary followed Formula One racing, which led to several amazing world travels with Jack. In fact, Mary’s greatest joy was to travel – she fell in love with England 40 years ago and loved planning her travels as well as taking them whenever she could.

She is survived by her husband of 32 years, Jack R. Hubbard, her sister, Char Carter, her brother, Chuck Ellis, her daughter, Andrea Lyn Libuser (Aronowitz), her son, David Andrew Aronowitz, stepson, Jay R. Hubbard, stepdaughter, Laura J. Hubbard and her 6 grandchildren: Kyra Libuser, Emma Libuser, Luke Aronowitz, Ben Libuser, Chase Aronowitz, and Dylan Aronowitz.

She will be missed by all that knew her and loved her.

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