Obituary of Roberta Hubbard
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ROBERTA HUBBARD (BOBBI)
On Friday November 4,2022 passed away surrounded by loved ones at Shadyside Hospital after a battle with Lung Cancer.
Bobbi was born on November 14th, 1962 in Pittsburgh, PA. She was the loving middle daughter of Patricia Hubbard and the late Robert Hubbard, which whom she shares her namesake.
Bobbi loved spending time with her family, especially her daughter and grandkids. She spent her days taking care of her mother and in her free time, she would enjoy crossword puzzles, learning about true-crime cases, coloring, and listening to her favorite album, Tapestry, by Carole King.
In addition to her father, Robert Hubbard, Bobbi was preceded in death by her longtime companion John Coen, her godson Michael Ryan, and Steve and his life partner Otis.
Along with her mother, Patricia Hubbard, she is survived by her sisters Louise Boyd and Susan McShea. Her children John Coen Jr., Shaun Schantz (Ashley), and Victoria Cox, and her step-sons John Albert and Joe Albert. She is also survived by her two loving grandsons Dominik Bachor and Landon Latulola, and her nephews Daniel Boyd (Courtney), Jimmy McShea (Kallie), Tommy McShea, Nick McShea, and her niece Gracie McShea.
She will be greatly missed by her children, grandchildren, family, and her many friends. She will be especially missed by her dog Mocha. We love you forever and always, Bobbi.
The family would like to thank the doctors and nurses at the Hillman Cancer Center, Shadyside Hospital, and Heritage Hospice for keeping Bobbi as comfortable as possible during her passing. A Memorial Gathering on Sunday November 13,2022 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Thomas L. Nied Funeral home inc. 7441 Washington St, Swissvale,Pa 15218
A church service will be held Monday, November 14,2022 In The Primitivie Methodist Church Swisshelm Park at 11 a.m. www.niedfuneralhome.com
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