July 29, 1935 ~ December 27, 2020
Erline Helena Ubernosky, 85, of Caldwell, went home to see her Lord on December 27, 2020.
Private Family memorial services will be held Saturday, January 16, at 11 am at the Phillips and Luckey Funeral Home.
Erline Helena Juergens was born on July 29, 1935 in Needville, TX to parents Charlie F. Juergens and wife Lillie (Oberhoff) Juergens.
Erline was baptized and confirmed at United Church of Christ in Needville, TX by Rev. William Scholze.
Her family moved to Rosenberg, TX in 1948 and she attended from Lamar Consolidated High School graduating in 1953.
She was employed by Houston Lighting and Power as an accountant until May 1960.
Erline met Herbert Ubernosky through a bowling league in Rosenberg and was married to him on April 30, 1960 at the Holy Rosary Catholic Church Rosenberg, TX.
They had four loving daughters to this union.
She worked part time until 1964 then started an at home childcare service until 1976.
Erline had a love for agriculture and bought a hay and cattle ranch in 1965 in Caldwell, TX.
They built a house on the land and moved fulltime to the Rockin U Ranch in 1983.
Erline loved German Shepherd dogs and had a green thumb always having a vegetable garden.
She had a meticulous yard and grew roses and pansies.
Erline had a love of architecture and designed and constructed buildings.
She also was an excellent cook and baker; her specialty was Banana Cake with cream cheese icing and homemade bread.
Erline was a “do it yourself” person through and through.
She was passionate about every task she ever tackled and always put others needs in front of her own.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Charlie F. Juergens and Lillie (Oberhoff) Juergens; and a brother, Alton Juergens.
Survivors include her husband of 60 years, Herbert Ubernosky; daughters, Diane Kayser, Sandra Landon, Laura Barnett and husband Bruce, and Susan Smith and husband Allen; brother, Leon Juergens and wife Linda; grandchildren, Megan Landon, Marie Landon, Amanda Sanderson and husband Aaron, Blair Kayser and husband Teri, Jacqueline Burditt and husband Clay, Tori Smith, and Madison Smith; and great grandchild, Grant Burditt.