Jean M. “Jeannie” Huebert of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, passed away on June 28, 2021, in Oklahoma City at the age of 78 years.
Jeannie was born on March 3, 1943 in York, Nebraska, to loving parents Dean and Ardith Wolstenholm. She also spent a lot of time with beloved grandparents, C.B. and Marie Johnson. She was known for her joyful and outgoing personality. She used to help many people find peace and happiness in life, as a counselor. She had many hobbies: oil paintings, pottery, piano, singing, cooking, and many other accomplishments. In her early life, she traveled a lot with her father's military job. At age 12, while living in Alaska, she contracted polio and nearly died. However, that did not stop her. On July 14, 1962, she married Dwain Edward Huebert and lived in a camper in Alaska while her husband served in the army and she worked in a bank. Later they purchased their first house of many in Edmond, Oklahoma. They raised two sons, Rick and Mark, and one daughter, Dana. They were founding members of the Mennonite Brethren church in the mid-60s, where Jeannie taught vacation Bible school and sang solos until 1983. In the late 60s, Jeannie and her husband Dwain built their first motorhome from an old school bus. In 1966, they purchased an automotive shop on Broadway in Edmond. Throughout the 70s, their children loved having the run of Frontier City and their three shops. Dee Dee’s Carousel, Antique Corner, and John's Print Shop. In 1974, they purchased Rodkey's grain elevator and converted it into the new location for Dwain's Automotive, which is still open to this day, along with another location in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. In the mid to late 70s, Jeannie and her daughter volunteered at a nursing home, visiting patients and passing out juice and ice cream. Between 1982 and 1984, Jeannie and Dwain remodeled an old farmhouse from scratch with their sons. In the mid-80s, Jeannie established Red Carpet Real Estate in Weatherford, Oklahoma. She received a college degree from Central State University in 1984, and was honored to receive the President's Award. Jeannie lived a full life with many family members who loved her.
She was preceded in death by her father, Dean and mother, Ardith; her father-in-law, Ed and mother-in-law, Elsie; and grandparents, C.B. and Marie Johnson.
She is survived by her husband, Dwain; her three children, daughter, Dana; sons, Rick, and wife Shaneen and Mark and wife Dovie; her two siblings, Jim Wolstenholm, and wife Colleen, and Becky Dagget, and husband Lee; by her many grandchildren; and great grandchildren; Max Wolstenholm, and wife Kelly and children Triston, Molly, Logan; and Christian Codopony, and wife Elizabeth; Caitlin Hawkins and husband Damien and daughter Holland, Emily and Ryan Codopony, Aaron and Aubrey Huebert. Her nieces and nephews, David Dagget, DeAnn Warfel, Christy Miller, Kerri Bell, Todd, Kristi, and Lisa Wolstenholm also miss her dearly.
Funeral services will be held at 2:00 pm on Monday, July 5, 2021, at the Resthaven Funeral Home Chapel, officiating is Carla Sunberg, cousin to Jeannie. Carla is the General superintendent of the Nazarene church and we are honored to have her
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