Norma Marjorie (Huber) SPENCER

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SPENCER - Norma Marjorie (nee Huber) Please join the Huber Family for a gathering in celebration of the homecoming of two amazing Huber women: Norma M. Spencer and Helene M. Marabella. Norma Marjorie (Huber) Spencer, 92, died peacefully in her Charleston, WV home surrounded by family on Saturday, December 21, 2013, after a long illness. She was born in Williamsville, NY on August 25, 1921, the youngest girl of 12 Huber children. Norma was the matriarch and a cornerstone of her family, who lovingly knew her as "Nana" or "Aunt Mitzi." She was the last of the Huber children and is preceded in death by her husband, Sherwood M. Spencer, Sr. and son, Skip Spencer, both of Charleston, WV. She is survived by her daughter, Sharon and son-in-law, Gary of Charleston, WV; daughter, Virginia Tompkins of Williamsburg, VA; son, Sherwood "Spence" of Wilcox, AZ; and daughter-in-law, Jo Brooks, of Charleston, WV. She is also survived by 10 grandchildren and countless great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and friends whose lives are better for having known her. Helene M. (Huber) Marabella passed away on February 16, 2014, after an extended illness. Helene was born in Williamsville, NY on March 8, 1949. She was the beloved wife of James F. Marabella and the loving mother of two daughters, Erika Marabella, wife of Todd Lewandowski, of Williamsville, NY, and Jessica Marabella, partner of Jay Clewis, of Cazenovia, NY. She is also the cherished grandmother of Jacob Lewandowski. Helene is also survived by her sister, Maryann Alvarez, nieces, a nephew, cousins and her devoted dog, Sabrina. Both Helene and her Aunt Norma were known for their extreme generosity, kindness of spirit, incredible strength, and unconditional love for others. The family will be present to receive friends at 10:00 AM on Saturday, July 19th at BEACH-TUYN FUNERAL HOME, INC. in Williamsville, NY, with family and friends offering tributes at 11:00 AM. Norma and her husband, Sherwood Spencer, will be interred in the Williamsville Cemetery at a gravesite ceremony immediately after the service. In lieu of flowers, friends and family are encouraged to bring laughter and stories to honor the memory of these two remarkable people. Online condolences at

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Beach-Tuyn Funeral Home, Inc.
5541 Main Street Williamsville, NY 14221
(716) 632-1174
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Published in the Buffalo News on July 13, 2014
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