Mary Margaret Kuebler

Mary was devoted in most aspects of her life, and wouldn’t give up something that she loved until she absolutely had to. She attended church every morning, and was always wearing an angel pin on her shoulder to watch over her. She was also always walking everywhere that she could, and especially liked to walk Route 5. Mary even did her own yard work and snow removal up until the past few years, when she finally allowed someone else to take over the work for her, though they weren’t quite as skilled as Mary.

Mary was positively full of life, and never held back her vibrant personality. As a child, Mary was taught to play golf across the street from her home by her father. Around 15 years ago, she and her husband picked up golfing again, and she picked it back up easily. So easily, in fact, that her husband was a little jealous that she was so much better than he was! At Bills games, Mary truly let loose her excitement for her home team, and would be the loudest fan in the entire stadium. Mary also had a gentler side, however, and showed it to her loved ones as often as she could. Each card that she sent to her family and friends was always signed in the same fashion, “Love and Lollipops”.

Kuebler, Mary Margaret "Mugsy" on December 5, 2017 of Lake View, NY. Beloved wife of the late Donald Kuebler and the late Robert Larrabee; cherished mother of Robert (Linda) Kuebler, Karen (Gerald) Reger, Mary Ellen Kuebler, and Janet (Marion) Sikora; adored grandmother of Patrick, Joseph, Steven, Jacqueline, Christopher, Matthew, Alex, and Michelle; dearest great-grandmother of Zachary; loving daughter of late Dooley and late Molly Barthelemy. Friends received 2-4 & 7-9 PM, Friday, at LAKESIDE MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, INC. (4199 Lake Shore Rd, Hamburg) (Crnr Rte 5 & Camp Rds) 716-627-2919, where a Prayer Service will be held 9:15 AM, Saturday, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AM, at St. John Paul II Parish, Lake View. Memorials may be made, in lieu of flowers, to Mount Mercy Academy, in her memory. Online condolences at