TAGUE (Hubbart) Beverlee Ann (Hubbart) Tague, age 78, left this world on July 19, 2013. Born in Ellsworth, Kansas on January 18, 1935, she was a long-time resident of Upper Arlington. Preceded in death by parents Colonel and Mrs. C. George Hubbart. Survived by sons, David and James; and daughter, Margaret (Joseph) Bina; six grandchildren, Lisa, Matthew (Jessica), and Katherine Aukerman and Molly Bina, Kyle and Lindsey Tague. Also survived by brother, Colonel James (Mary Sue) Hubbart; niece, Susan Brannon; and nephew, J. Scott Hubbart; special cousins, Robert (Dianne) Neibling, Bette Fawl and Alexia Roberts. In addition, she leaves behind her beloved dog Rocket. Member of Alpha Omicron chapter of Alpha Chi Omega, Sigma Delta Chi, Franklinton Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution, St. Agatha Church and retired member of the Antique Appraisal Association of America. Mom attended Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama and graduated from The Ohio State University. She worked for Governor C. William O'Neill after graduation. Later, together with Charles Carr, she co-founded "Tag Sales with Style", a company well known for conducting estate/moving sales. Since her father was a career military man, Mom moved 31 times before the age of 21, spending three years in Germany following the end of World War II. She was there when the Berlin Blockade, the May Day riots and other disturbances occurred. Military and International Police as well as guard dogs patrolled her dormitory in Frankfurt. Children of the U.S. Military had to be resilient and accepting since that was just part of their daily lives. Mom was always an advocate for veterans of any war - particularly the blind and maimed. Friends may call at EGAN-RYAN FUNERAL HOME NORTHWEST CHAPEL, 4661 KENNY RD. on Monday July 22, 2013 from 4 to 7 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. on Tuesday July 23, 2013 at St. Agatha Church, Upper Arlington with internment to follow at Resurrection Cemetery. The family would like to thank the many caregivers and Acclaim Hospice for the wonderful care provided to her during her final months of life. In lieu of flowers, please contribute to Shriners Hospital for Children - 3229 Burnet Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45229 or your local Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Published in The Columbus Dispatch on July 20, 2013