Pixley Funeral Home

3530 Auburn Road, Auburn Hills, MI


Jennifer Ann Ubil

June 16, 1972March 25, 2020

Jennifer Ubil, of Rochester Hills, MI, she was born in Pontiac, Mi on June 16, 1972. She attended Avondale High School, class of 1990. She married Rhett Ubil on February 16, 1992. Jennifer worked for Fiat Chrysler.

She was survived by her husband; Rhett Ubil, daughters; Viktoria Ubil and Mikayla Ubil, grandson; Joel Javor-Pendergast, parents; William and Dianne (Leonard) Douglas, sister; Theresa (Douglas) Zachary, brother-in-law; William Zachary, nephew; Jackson Zachary and nieces; Madeline and Blake Zachary and mother-in-law; Jennifer McFall. She was preceded in death by her father-in-law; John McFall

Due to CODIV-19, a memorial service will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions in Jennifer's honor can be donated to St. Jude Children's Research Foundation at stjude.org.


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Jennifer Ann Ubil

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Sashi Velnti

April 3, 2020

A very caring and special person. My heartfelt condolences to the family during this time of sorrow.

Michelle Kissel

April 1, 2020

I’ll never forget the day I met Jen. It was also the day I met my husband Ingo. My world changed forever. She will be missed.

Kennedy moore

March 27, 2020

i will never forget the countless laughs i had with Aunt Jen. she always knew how to make me laugh even when times were tough. I loved fires with her in Caseville, as well as beach talks. I will continue to remember her smile and her positivity. she is a warrior. and i am proud to call her my family. i love you

Mark Kirschmann

March 27, 2020

I loved working with Jen - she was very caring, wise, and a joy to talk to. She was wonderfully sassy and fun, and always went the extra mile to help others out. I miss her presence at FCA! May God bless you Jen, and your family as well!

Mitch Mitchell

March 27, 2020

I worked with Jen at FCA. It was during a time when I had one of my most stressful assignments. Jen would always come into my office and brighten my day with her bright personality and infectious smile. Even after that assignment, I would stop by her desk and visit her often just to say hello and see her and hear her talk about her kids and her grandson.

She was such a kind and giving person. I will miss her.

Cheryl Stark

March 27, 2020

With deepest sympathy, my thoughts and prayers are with your family during this very difficult time...

Doug James

March 26, 2020

Back during our high school days, and in my early military days, Jen was a very important part of my life. As we both moved-on with our adult lives, starting families, and living in separate states, she remained a true friend. I’ll miss her warm personality, infectious smile, and love for life. The world is less bright without Jen in it.

Marcia Geise

March 26, 2020

So sorry for the tragic loss of Jennifer. She battled a long time and now the suffering is over. Blessings to all of her family.

Evan Eldridge

March 26, 2020

What an amazing women who showed what it is to face adversity with dignity and grace.

Suzy Sass

March 26, 2020

Fond memories of being silly, Barbie golf Cheri Radlick, smoke breaks, jetting out for Thai lunch, new vehicle launches, media days at the auto show, just hanging out and being our selves! Jen was amazing, ALWAYS had a twinkle and a smile! Thoughts, prayers and love go out to her family.