Margaret Veverka Roubic

Born: 03/23/1932 Passed:

Margaret Veverka Roubic

Margaret Veverka Roubic passed away November 19, 2017.  Born on March 23, 1932 she was the youngest of six children.  A lifelong resident of Geauga County, she married Richard C. Roubic in June of 1952.  Shortly thereafter they built their home on Taylor May Road in Auburn Township, where they would raise their three sons and run their family business.  She will be remembered as the loving and devoted matriarch of her formidable brood.  Active for decades in the goings on of Auburn she leaves behind countless loyal friends and acquaintances.  She is survived by her sons; Richard (Betsy) of Lexington, KY, Mark (Ellen) and Tom both of Auburn Township.  Her grandchildren; Christy, Calle Cone (Travis), Paige, Aaron, Andrew and Reece and sister in-law, Donna Veverka of Chardon.  She is proceeded in death by her husband, Richard in 2008, her parents, Joseph and Anna, siblings, Joseph, Lewis, Anna, Hattie and Hank.

Please join us in a celebration of her life and community supper at the Auburn Community Church 11076 E Washington St, Chagrin Falls, OH 44023 on December 2nd at 3 pm.

In lieu of flowers, if you wish to make a contribution to either Geauga Assisted Living (16065 GAR Highway, Montville, OH  44064) or Hospice of Western Reserve (17876 St Clair Ave, Cleveland, OH 44110) who took wonderful and loving care of her in her last weeks. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family at

Heritage Cremation Society





1 Tribute to Margaret Veverka Roubic

  1. Ann Barker says:

    So many years ago, I was looking for some help with cleaning my house. Dear Marge’s name was given to me as she wanted to make some money to remodel her kitchen. Marge stayed with me for many years, long after the need. We were such good friends, born in the same year, and have stayed in touch through the years, even after we moved to North Carolina 13 years ago. I am so sad to find out just today (December 5th), through the Chagrin Falls paper, that you have lost her.
    She was so proud of her family. I will miss her.

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