MICHELE R. GRINSTEINNER HUBER

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MICHELE R. GRINSTEINNER HUBER Mueller's Greenlee Funeral Home Michele R. Grinsteinner Huber, 61, of Pasco, Washington, passed away peacefully, with her family by her side on Sunday, April 9, 2017 in Richland, Washington. Michele was born in Dickinson, North Dakota on October 26, 1955. Her family moved to Hazen in 1966 where she graduated from Hazen High School in 1974. She attended North Dakota State School of Science in Wahpeton, North Dakota where she earned an Associate Degree in Nursing and spent time in Aberdeen, South Dakota, working towards achieving her LPN. Immediately after college, she worked at St. Alexis in Bismarck, North Dakota and in the Respiratory Therapy Department at Hazen Hospital in Hazen, North Dakota. Michele married Rodney Huber on November 21, 1981, and they farmed near Pick City until 1989. During that time, Michele also worked for the Sakakawea Medical Center Ambulance Service in Hazen, helped her family run Sandhill Lanes bowling alley in Hazen, and cared for patients at the nursing home in Beulah. They relocated to League City, Texas in 1991 where she delivered home health to several patients and was the director of the WIC office in Galveston. They relocated again to Pasco, Washington in 2009. She enjoyed fishing, farming with her husband and in-laws, running the bowling alley in Hazen, being part of various teams and traveling to bowling tournaments, actively participating in her church community, and being a daughter, sister, mother and aunt to all those around her. Michele is survived by her spouse, Rodney Huber of Pasco, Washington; daughters, Jennifer Quast Johnsrud (Rory) of Fargo, North Dakota, Amanda Huber of Ft. Collins, Colorado and Ashlee Huber of South Bend, Indiana; grandchildren Jacob and James Quast and Chloe Johnsrud of Fargo, North Dakota; her mother, Marilyn Grinsteinner of Hazen, North Dakota; brothers Kayle (DeAnn) Grinsteinner of Bismarck, North Dakota and Kim (Alice) Grinsteinner of Hazen, North Dakota; sister Cheryl (Matt) Clarys of Hazen, North Dakota; many nieces and nephews and other family and friends. She is preceded in death by her father, Anton Grinst-einner, and her granddaughter, Anna Michele Taylor Huber. The funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, April 24 at First Lutheran Church of Kennewick, Washington. Memorial donations may be given to the America . The family wishes to thank the medical staff at Harbourview Medical Center, Dr. Ramesh and Dr. Tuozan from Trios Medical Center, Dr. Cooper from Hospice Care, Dr. Rawat from Kadlec Medical Center, Mia, Maria, Edelmira and other caregivers from Visiting Angels, and Dena from Trios Home Health for their care and support over the past several months. Mueller's Greenlee Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. The family invites you to sign their on-line guest book at www.muellersfuneralhomes.com.
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Published in Tri-City Herald on Apr. 16, 2017
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