In Memory of

Anna

Mae

Dubuque

Obituary for Anna Mae Dubuque

Anna Mae (Deyo) Dubuque, 85 of Plattsburgh, NY, currently resident of Meadowbrook Nursing Home passed away Friday August 7, 2020.
Married to Kenneth Dubuque, Sr.
Sons: Kenneth Dubuque Jr, wife Roseanne, David, wife Hugette.
Daughters: Susan Carter, husband Thomas, Mary Gibbs, companion Michael Boire
Brothers: Rufus “Joe” Deyo, Jr.,wife Patricia, Leo Deyo, wife Roxie.
Has several grandchildren and great grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
Predeceased by her parents, Rufus Deyo Sr., wife Viola Mae Deyo, brothers, Lawrence Deyo, Ernest Deyo.
Anna was raised on a dairy farm where she learned from a young age the responsibility of hard work. She always had the love of animals. She raise her prized lambs, fed piglets from a baby bottle, milked cows, raised chickens and turkeys and harvested crops. As she grew older she got a job at a restaurant called Donnymede as a cook. She graduated from high school at Duval Academy. One day at a dance she met a young man that would be her one true love, Ken. They married in 1955. Over 65 years together they enjoyed going to casinos, county fairs, country music venues, traveling with friends and going out to eat.
Anna’s love of gardening was a gift. Everything she grew, came up beautifully. Her enormous vegetable garden gave her hundreds of quarts of vegetables to can every year which she truly enjoyed. She was a member of the Daughters of the Revolutionary Garden Club where she shared her knowledge of gardening. Her faith in God has always been her way through life. She is an angel in heaven now, as she always was one here on earth. God only takes the very best, which she was.
There will be no services.
Arrangements are entrusted to the Brown Funeral Home, Plattsburgh. Online condolences may be offered at www.brownfuneralhomeinc.com