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Dolores Aube

DOLORES E. AUBE (nee Ernst) aged 90 years, beloved wife for 53 years to the late Lucien A., Ph.D., dearest mother of Larry, Mary Elizabeth (husband Yves Frenette), Yvonne M., M.D., and Edward (wife Pamela), loving grandmother of Marc-David (companion Caroline Belanger), Gabriel and Thomas Aube-Frenette, and Michael Aube, great-grandmother of Aurelle Belanger-Frenette, cherished sister of the late Marjorie E. Ernst and Laurence Ernst. In lieu of flowers, contributions suggested to Catholic Charities, 7911 Detroit Ave., Cleveland, OH 44102.

Dolores was a 45 year resident of University Heights, and an active member of Gesu Catholic Church. She was a graduate of East Aurora High School and Mercyhurst University in Erie PA. She worked as a medical technologist at both Huron Rd. Hospital and Mt. Sinai Hospital in Cleveland. At Gesu, she was active with the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (R.C.I.A.) and served as a Eucharistic Minister.

In her free time, she enjoyed gardening, cooking, traveling, reading and sewing. She was a woman who was always helping others in need. She was always active and excelled at multitasking. When she could be involved, she participated in activities at Gesu Parish, and made many friends over the years.

Her late husband, Lucien A. Aube, Ph.D. was a French professor at John Carroll University, and Dolores was active in the John Carroll University Wives Book Club. Lucien died in May of 2007.

Relatives and friends are requested to meet for the Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, May 28, 2016 at Gesu Catholic Church at 10:30 AM. Interment following in Lake View Cemetery. Family will receive friends to pay tribute and celebrate the life of Dolores at THE DeJOHN-FLYNN-MYLOTT FUNERAL HOME OF SOUTH EUCLID, 4600 MAYFIELD RD. (just East of Green Rd.) FRIDAY 4-7 PM.

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  1. I am saddened to learn of Dolores’s death. When I lived at JCU, I was only a block away from the Aubes and spent many enjoyable visits with her and Lucien–dinners, parties, and just relaxing times. She was always gracious and gifted us with her conversation as well as her cooking. I greatly regret that I will be out of town for the wake and funeral, but I’ll be praying for all the Aubes–you have all been a blessing for me.

  2. Hélène N. Sanko :

    Toutes mes sincères condoléances à la famille proche de Dolorès ainsi qu’à sa famille étendue.
    Madame Aubé a toujours été une personne très prévenante et accueillante. J’ai encore en mémoire ma première fête d’Actions de Grâces aux Etats Unis pour laquelle Dolorès avait préparé une dinde et un dessert de choux à la crème qu’elle avait faits elle-même. Comme nouvellement arrivés aux Etats-Unis d’Amérique, cette invitation à dîner à l’occasion de Thanksgiving nous avait beaucoup touchés, mon défunt mari, Slavko, et moi. Ce souvenir remonte à 1962; j’étais alors une toute nouvelle collègue à l’Université John Carroll.
    Une ancienne collègue de Dr. Lucien Aubé et de son épouse Dolorès,
    Hélène N. Sanko, présentement en Californie

  3. So sorry to learn of Delores’ death. She was a dear, sweet lady and the guiding force behind the Ernst Family reunion we had a few years ago (actually I guess it was more than a few years ago). She and her family are in our thoughts and prayers. Tom & Maryann Ernst

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