Joseph Schubert, Jr.

Obituary of Joseph M. Schubert, Jr.

Joseph M. “Mike” Schubert, Jr. passed away Wednesday, May 5, 2021, surrounded by family (his son Michael was there in spirit), sisters Tina and Amy, chosen son Wyatt and family friend Khai, at Mosaic Life Care after a short battle with Neuroendocrine Small Cell Lung Cancer. Mike was born January 14, 1958 to Mildred (Iwed) Schubert and Joseph Schubert, Sr., both preceding him in death. Mike was a member of JROTC at Central High School and loved spending his time fishing, watching westerns, and hunting. Mike married the love of his life and twin flame Rhonda Sue Smith December 7, 1985 and recently renewed their vows at Mosaic Life Care on May 4, 2021 at his request (she survives of the home). Also preceding Mike in death are his mother and father-in-law whom he loved dearly Opal and Norman Smith, his brother Billy Schubert, sister Belva Carter, his grandmother Lucy Bennett, grandfather Lydle Bennett, and uncles he was very close to. Surviving Mike and carrying on his spirit are his children Michael Schubert and his wife Misty of St. Joseph, Tasha Beck, Shayla Schubert and Brandon Schubert of the home, Brittney Schubert and chosen son Wyatt Brown of Wathena, sister Linda Lawhorn (Rick) of Bullhead City, Arizona, chosen brothers Ronnie and Donnie Smith of Elwood, Kansas, his chosen sisters Tina Taylor and Amy Coats, his Aunt Terry Kernes of Agency, Missouri, chosen Grandson Alexander Revolorio of St. Joseph, numerous cousins, nieces and nephews, in-laws, his stepmother Phyllis Schubert of Wathena and his companion and best friend Diezel his pug. Mike’s wish was to be cremated and is being done under the direction of Simplify Cremations & Funerals. Memorial service will be Saturday May 15, 2021 at 2 P.M. at the Community Center in Elwood, Kansas.
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Memorial Service

2:00 pm
Saturday, May 15, 2021
Elwood Community Center
501 N. 9th St.
Elwood, Kansas, United States
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