Hubert John Sonheim
1938 - 2020
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Hubert Sonheim passed away peacefully in Sacramento, CA on April 19, 2020. He was born March 22, 1938 in Chicago, IL to the late Frank and Erika Sonheim. To folks around him he was simply known as Hube, and if you ask any of them they'd tell you he had the kindest soul and would do anything for anybody. He loved God with all his heart and was known for his "I Love Jesus" cap. He married Gladys Fosberg in Nekoosa, WI in 1961. They had 11 children together. He later married Joan Stevenson in California. He worked extremely hard to provide for his family. He was experienced in many facets including farming, ranching, lumber milling, construction and factory work. There were many days that he'd be up before the sun and back after sunset from work. He loved living off the land. Hube's favorite hobbies included camping, fishing, going to rodeos, carshows and the state fair. He was happiest when he was in nature, particularly the mountains.
Hube was preceded in death by his wife Joan; brothers Robert, Gary and Kenneth; sisters Nancy and Janice. He is survived by his children Debra, Donna (Allen), Butch (Sandra), Karen (Rob), Nancy, Penny, Dorothy, Ervin, Gary, Ken and Jerry (Sara); sisters Dorothy, Marilyn, Susan, Joyce, Judy and brother Tom. Also 26 grandchildren and many great grandchildren. Services will be announced at a later date.
Published in "Folsom Telegraph, The" on May 9, 2020.
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May 31, 2020
May 19, 2020
hey old friendb and Joan its. Clay its been awhile sorry for your loss I miss u two think about u two all the time call me some time 916 878 1936 iam the kid that help u all time we met when u guys were stuck on bell rd
clay allmon
May 9, 2020
I am one of the in-laws and every gathering that I attended with him there, Hube was a very loving guy to be around. My first impression I got from him is that he was very compassionate and loving.
Robert Dietrich
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