In Remembrance of Thelma Hubert
Thelma Hubert, a long time member of the Herndon Fortnightly Club, passed away 28 December 2016. Thelma was born in Sterling, VA and moved to Washington DC at age 2. Thelma graduated from McKinley Technical High School. During World War II, she worked in the office of Chief-of-Staff of the War Department in Military Intelligence.
After moving to Herndon, VA in 1956, she worked as a teller at Citizen’s National Bank for 22 years, becoming the head teller and training others who went on to become officers of the bank. After retiring from the bank, she worked for 11 years at Hair Port.
Thelma was committed, caring, determined and amazingly well organized. She was an active supporter of the community through her involvement with various service organizations such as the Business and Professional Women’s Club, the Herndon Fortnightly Club and the Herndon Historical Society.
In 1970 she was married to Fred Hubert, he passed away in 2009. Thelma is survived by her children: Ernest Mann, Jr., Frances Mann Lockwood, and Philip Hubert, her grandchildren and her great grandchildren.
Thelma was a loyal and loving friend and neighbor and enjoyed her many friends. She will be greatly missed and lovingly remembered by her family and her many friends.