Danielle Marie Kubik

March 3, 1954February 14, 2021

Danielle Marie Kubik, age 66 of Amelia, passed away on Sunday, February 14, 2021 at Jewish Hospital. Danielle was born on March 3, 1954 in Cleveland, the daughter of the late James and LaVerne (Neumann) Kubik. She was an LPN for many years. Danielle is survived by her siblings, Karen (Per) Solberg, Marcia (Jim) Walter, and Martin (Gay) Kubik; and numerous nieces and nephews. A Private Memorial will be held at a later date. Condolences and Memories may be left for the family at


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Marcia Walter

February 22, 2021

Danie was my baby sister, born 11 years after me. I have so many memories of the Summers I took care of her. She always loved the little animals and was delighted when our dad brought home a puppy she named Fritzie. But her first love has always been Jesus. She could talk about Him for hours. Now she is in His presence. I am so grateful that she trusted Him with her life and received the free gift of salvation He offers to all of us. ❤️❤️❤️

Vicke Woodyard

February 21, 2021

Danielle and I were friends for 36 years. We met following a band called "Champion" in 1984. She and I became fast friends from the start and I lived with her for many years. We had many heart to heart talks and drank lots of beer. Danielle was a true and faithful friend to me and "talked me down" when I was on the ceiling so many times
I am at a loss to know what to do to keep myself calm without her in my life. It terrifies me. She was a gifted woman and had and incredible soft heart ❤. I will miss her for the rest of my life.

Karen Solberg

February 19, 2021

My dear, free-spirited, youngest sister, Danielle (Danie) was a real life Peter Pan, who never lost her childlike exuberance for life. There was always fun and laughter when she was around.
She was artistically very talented, and loved volunteering for anything to do with the theater, but her sterling quality was a kind and generous heart, which lead her into nursing, and later into rescuing numerous animals in distress.
She was also passionate about baking and cooking for those she loved, and found great happiness in having family gathered around while she prepared her signature meal of pork, sauerkraut and dumplings.
My heart is heavy with the loss of my baby sister, but I am comforted in the certain knowledge that we will be together again in God's new world to come.

Joyce Kubik

February 18, 2021

Myself, James, Jen and Kate's families only met Danielle a few times and each time we did, it was a fun conversation and we enjoyed her very much. She was a cousin to my late husband, Jim Kubik.

Our sympathy to all of you. We will send out prayers for her and our love. May she rest in peace with the Lord.

David Walter

February 18, 2021

Dani (Danielle) was my youngest Aunt.
At one point, I was her neighbor for about seven years. She took care of many animals. She also cut my hair during that time and most every visit included at least a 5 minute greeting from Braveheart, Rosie and others. "Bravie" was her Shepherd/Rottweiler mix. I loved him and at times would pick him up and give him lots of attention.
Another time I helped Dani move her belongings from Nashville to Cleveland. When we stopped for lunch at McDonald's, the server mistakenly thought we were a number!
We had such a laugh from that!!
From then on she was Auntie and I was Nephie.
I will always miss her and pray that God will fill her shoes with others like her. God bless you, Auntie.
Love, Nephie.

Laura Damiano

February 17, 2021

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Remembering all the fun Danielle brought to everyone she was around. Her love of theater, animals and those she loved!!! She will be missed. Sending love and hugs to the family. Love, Uncle Dick, Aunt Joan, Craig, Kurt and Laura

Martin Kubik

February 17, 2021

In her younger days, Danie loved playing softball, being able to express her artistic talent and being around animals. For a period of time she worked in various positions at a nursing home. That was followed by working in a salon and later managing that salon with 20 stations. Her last career change was to become a nurse. Eventually, physical injuries would not let her continue in that career. Along the way, one of her loves was volunteering at a local theater productions. However, her overwhelming commitment in life was to rescue dogs and cats. Something which she was devoted to write up until her last days. So, if you would like to do something in Danie’s name please donate to a local no kill rescue shelter of your choice.