Sr. Mary Hubert, 80, principal and teacher

December 19, 1990

Sister Mary Hubert, F.S.S.J., 80, a native of Baltimore who was a teacher and principal at schools here and in many other cities, died Dec. 12 after a brief illness at the motherhouse of the Franciscan Sisters of St. Joseph in Hamburg, N.Y.

Sister Hubert retired two years ago as a fourth-grade teacher at the Father Kolbe Elementary School at Baltimore's St. Stanislaus Church. She had been principal of the old St. Stanislaus parish school.

Since her retirement, she had been working part time in the treasurer's office of her order's motherhouse.

She entered the order in 1927 and began her teaching career two years later. Besides teaching here, she also taught at schools in Hamburg; Auburn, N.Y.; Kenosha, Wis.; North Evans, N.Y.; Danbury, Conn.; Fairfield, Conn.; Lawrence, Mass.; Westfield, Mass.; Detroit; and Milwaukee.

She was born Antoinette Bejma in Baltimore. She attended Catholic University in Washington and several other colleges.

Survivors include nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews.

Masses were offered Friday at the motherhouse and Monday at St. Casimir's Church in East Baltimore.

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