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Connie Dubs

Connie Dubs

Name: Connie Diana Dubs

Age: 76

Hometown: Elkton, MI

Funeral Date: September 16, 2020

Date of Birth: March 14, 1924

Date of Passing: September 12, 2020

Funeral Home: Kaufman Funeral Home

Funeral Information

Services will be held on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at 6 pm at the Kaufman Funeral Home in Bad Axe. Friends may call for visitation on Wednesday at the funeral home from 12 noon until the service time at 6 pm. Memorials may be offered to the family. If you wish to offer your condolences to the Dubs family, please go to

Family of the Deceased

Connie was survived by her husband, Walter Dubs of Elkton. One son, Michael (Cindie) Dubs, and two daughters, Kim (Ben) Werth and Jennifer Dubs. Five grandchildren, Kayla Dubs, Nick Dubs, Rebecca Dubs, Jessica (Chris) Kimble and Amanda (Alex) Ross. Three great-grandchildren, Clark Kimble, Tucker Werth and Jovie Ross. Three sisters, Joanne (Terry) Renn, Janette (Lance) Rumsey and Sally Pearl. Two brothers, Dan Williams and Randy Williams. Three sisters-in-law, Delores (Ellis) Gardner, Erma (Russ) Hazard and Judy Eisinger. Many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, Erwin and Wilma Williams. A son, Mark Dubs. Her brother, David Williams. In-laws, Vince Pearl, Wilbur “Jug” Eisinger, and Robert and Eleanor Dubs. A huge thank you to the staff of Compassus Hospice, especially her caregiver, Kelly, for the amazing care given to Connie.


Connie Diana Dubs, age 76, of Elkton, passed away September 12, 2020 at home under hospice care after a long battle with Parkinson’s Disease. Connie was born March 14, 1944 to the late Erwin and Wilma (Murdock) Williams. She graduated from Bad Axe High School and then married Walter Dubs on October 26, 1963, making her home in Elkton. She became a member of the Community of Christ Church and enjoyed being an active member of the priesthood. She loved camping and sitting around the campfire with family and friends. Her grandchildren and great-grandchildren were the loves of her life, and kept her fighting to the very end. She was dearly loved by her family, and her quick wit and sense of humor will be greatly missed.

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