Mark De St. Hubert

February 20, 1952 - March 12, 2021

Mark E. De St. Hubert, age 69, of Webster, died unexpectedly of natural causes at his home on Friday, March 12, 2021.  Mark was born on February 20, 1952 in Minneapolis to David and Verda (Hanson) De St. Hubert.  He grew up in Minneapolis, attending Minneapolis Public Schools and graduated from Minneapolis Vocational Technical School.  He married Marian K. Brichacek on June 16, 1972 in Bloomington.  Mark was a contractor for his own black-topping service.  Mark had an approachable personality and a giving heart.   His children and grandchildren were central and foremost in his life and everything he enjoyed revolved around them.    He was noted for handing out free kettle corn at the Farmer’s Markets that he and his wife worked at and would take kettle corn to all his neighbors.  He loved animals of all kinds, especially his current furry pal, Thor.  He even purchased a pregnant Texas long-horn, who hid in the woods when her calf was born, necessitating the help of professional cowboys to come and find her and bring her home!  His greatest adventures came as a result of his love of motorcycles; he made two memorable trips to Sturgis and had hoped to get in one more.  He enjoyed tinkering and had a vast knowledge and interest in motors of all kinds.  His kind, generous heart and his ready smile will be greatly missed by his loving family and friends.


Mark is survived by his loving wife, Marian of Webster; children, Nikki (Eric) Hall of Chaska, Kerri Jordan of New Prague, Jesse De St. Hubert of New Prague, Jacob De St Hubert of New Prague; grandchildren, Noah, Isabelle, Ethan, Emily, & Easton;  sisters, Diane Person of Ft. Meyers, FL & Beth (Kevin) Morgan of Albert Lea; sister-in-law, Mary Jo De St. Hubert of Bloomington.  He is preceded in death by his parents; brother, David De St. Hubert.


Private family services will be held Friday, March 26, 2021 at Bruzek Funeral Home.

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Joy Westenberg
25 days ago

Dear Marian and family, please accept our sincere condolences on the loss of Mark. We hold good memories. God’s Blessings to all of you. Ken, Joy Westenberg and family.

Nancy Neuman
29 days ago

I am so sorry to hear about Mark’s passing. I wish I would have made it to the market since I returned back. Mark was always a joy to see and am sending prayers to you Marian, and your family!
The Salsa Lady

Judy Johnson
1 month ago

Marion and Family. I am so sorry for your loss. I am Dean Johnson’s wife and Dean and Mark were good friends. In October, Dean will be gone for 8 years already. I’m sure Dean was there to great mark and they are probably already getting into trouble together. Prayers for you and your family. Judy

Marian Desthubert
1 month ago
Reply to  Judy Johnson

Thank you. Mark often spoke of Dean and remembered him fondly.

Ed and Grace
1 month ago

Sorry for your loss

Nancy Deutsch
1 month ago

My thoughts and prayers are being sent your way and to your family

Marian Desthubert
1 month ago
Reply to  Nancy Deutsch

Thank you

Meg O’Donnell
1 month ago

Marian & Family, we are so sad about Mark. He was always coming to visit, chat about the horses, dogs, fishing his Motorcycle, Gkids…..the list is endless. He left a bag a popcorn on the porch so often & we shared with many friend that came to love it. His generosity, sense of humor & friendship will be greatly missed. Hugs to all of you❤️

Marian Desthubert
1 month ago

You and Slim were great friends to Mark.

Sandi Halvorson
1 month ago

Marian, Nikki, Kerri, Jesse, and Jacob My deepest condolences on Marks passing and your loss! I remember the time I was stuck at the airport with Steve due to a snow storm and I called you guys to check on the boys because I couldn’t reach them. You sent Mark over to check on them and when he didn’t come back an hour later you went to check – he was in the barn watching the boys swing from the hayloft and encouraging them. If I am not mistaken they all got yelled including Mark. Thank you both for being… Read more »

Marian Desthubert
1 month ago

Mark often remembered those good old times.

.Norma Rogers
1 month ago

Marian I am so sorry and surprised to hear about Mark. You are all in my prayers. +

Donna Fennern
1 month ago

I am so sorry to hear this. I, too, remember him coming out to our farm and roaming around by the cows and pigs. That didn’t always go over too big with his siblings and parents who had to ride home in the car with him. He was a good guy and a good father . He will be greatly missed I am sure. My sympathy to Diane, Beth and Mary Jo also.

Kyle and Diane Stoleson
1 month ago

Most sincere sympathies for the Family. Diane and I are very sorry to hear of your loss. Peace be with you and your family…

Kathy Kohout, the chocolate lady
1 month ago

Deepest condolences to Marian and family. Mark was a great guy, always willing to help anyone he could. I remember Marian telling me a story about Mark stopping to help someone whose vehicle broke down on the side of the road on his way to traffic court. He didn’t know it, but that someone was the judge for traffic court that day and she immediate dismissed the ticket because of his kindness in helping a stranger. That was just how Mark was. I’m going to miss our friendly jabs with other at the Prior Lake market. I’m now going to… Read more »

Marian Desthubert
1 month ago

Thanks for remembering the good story.

Pat Lang
1 month ago

My deepest sympathy! I remember when Mark was about somewhere between 4 & 6 he would love to come to our farm. He would tell us all kinds of stories about wrestling bears, and hopping on trains. My dad had so much fun with him when it came time to milk the cows. Dad sent him down to the last cow in the row which was the bull. But Mark got to the bull and said “now what do I do?” My dad said “start pumping the tail” and Mark started pumping the tail. We love you Mark, may you… Read more »

1 month ago

A great guy who was loving and giving. One who helped people with no need for thanks. Loved his wife, children and grandchildren much. He’ll be missed. Especially no more kettlecorn. ❤

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