In memory of
Mary Kubo November 27, 1921 - February 28, 2017 Resident of San Jose Mary passed away peacefully on February 28, in Broussard, Louisiana, where she lived with her daughter Jacquie Kubo. Wife of the late Bob Kubo, she leaves behind her children Jacquie Kubo, Larry Kubo and his wife Carmen, sister Alice Kubo, brother Al Komatsu, and grandchildren Michelle, Eric, and Jason. Born in Seattle, Washington, Mary grew up in nearby Portland, Oregon, living there until 1942, when she was relocated to the Minidoka internment camp in Idaho. With the help of the YWCA, she eventually left camp and went to work for a sponsoring family in Saint Paul, Minnesota. There, she met her husband, Bob Kubo, who was training with the Army's Military Intelligence Service before assignment to the Pacific. After the War, Mary and Bob started a family in Hawaii, and then moved to San Jose where she lived for 50 years. A loving and gracious mother, sister, grandmother, aunt, friend, and neighbor, she enjoyed the simple pleasures of family and friends, crossword puzzles and word games, and an occasional visit to the horse races. She will be dearly missed. Private services will be held at the Oak Hill Memorial Park on April 29. View the online memorial for Mary Kubo
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