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Conroe, Texas, 77303
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Nell Dube
January 30, 1932 - February 5, 2006

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Justin FinkeJohn and Delores Dube Pace
Metzler, Les, Ginger and Hannah-Joy and RandyVicki Metzler Hellard
Fran and Charles LambFran and Charles Lamb


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By: Susan Wakefield Eckis Feb 12, 2006
I've played bridge with Nell at my mother's home (Bettye Wakefield) when I visit from Virginia. "Antie Nell" has headed up my Friends list in the electronic bridge games for several years. We played fairly often, usually late in the evening, IM-ing friendly chatter while we played. She was a lovely person who made friends so easily and I will miss her.
By: Justin Finke Feb 11, 2006
Looking back 30 years, some of my fondest memories include growing up as a neighbor of the Dubes. Being one of the handful of kids who showed up at their home to play basketball after school everyday. Playing board games and dominoes around their kitchen table. Joining them on a family camping trip to the Hill Country in their shiny Airstream trailer. Playing air hockey and Pong with Mark.

As a kid, being at the Dubes was just like being at home - because Nell made it feel that way. I know she will be missed.
By: John and Delores Dube Pace Feb 9, 2006
Dear Weldon and family, Our sincere sympathy to you and all your family at the death of Nell. We are so sorry we could not attend her funeral, but our thoughts and prayers are with you. In Nell's memory a contribution is being made to St. Marks church. May God bless you and keep you in his care. This is our prayer for you. our Love to you, John and Delores Pace
By: Mary M. Urbanski Feb 8, 2006
I wish to express my condolence to Weldon and all the family. I consider myself fortunate to have known such a wonderful lady. I will always cherish our visit at Salem last May. May God bless you all with his love.

Mary M. Urbanski
By: David Pyle, Jr. Feb 8, 2006
I have known the family for the past 30+ years. Guess you could say that we spent a lot of time growing up together...Mark and I attended confirmation together at St. Mark, played in the band at Conroe High, and we celebrated our weddings together as families.... Nell was always around, wanting to know about what kind of trouble we were all going to get into. Lord knows she laughed at some of the stupid things we said and did as kids...Weldon would do the exact same thing, still does...Later in life, when I would see her, she always inquired how things are going, then would fill me in about Weldon, Mark, Allison, and Campbell...She always was a witness for our Lord, that has left an impression on me as both a youth and now as an adult. Nell loved our Lord and heaven gained a saint on Sunday. Jesus said it best, "I am the Resurrection and the Life.."
By: Fran Lamb Feb 7, 2006
Nell was an inspiration to me for as long as I can remember. Always dressed so nice, was a fabulous hostess, and a good communicator. Whenever I talked with her, she made it clear that she was very interested in what was going on with me, always inquired about my family, and listened and cared. A few years ago, Nell and I were roommates during a trip to Michigan with my sister and cousin. When it came time to be up, dressed, and ready for the day, Nell and I were always running late because we couldn't get all our visiting done. At the end of that 4 day trip, we all commented that our mouths hurt from talking so much. It was a special time and I will treasure that memory forever.
By: Mickey and Frances Bowers Feb 7, 2006
We moved to Conroe in December 2004. In early 2005 we got acquainted with Weldon and Nell through our membership in St. Mark Lutheran Church. It was very sad news to learn of Nell's death. She was a

remarkable person and will be missed. Her kindness and friendship to us was appreciated. We will

continue to pray for the Dube family.

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