Obituary for Mrs. Catherine J Hubbard

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Mrs. Catherine J Hubbard

November 5, 1931 - February 22, 2019

Is an example of a life well lived. Most importantly, she had unwavering faith in God, was a worshipper, and caregiver to many. Her motto was ” Keep God first, family second and everything else third.” She lead an independent and, active lifestlye. And always, was a Fashionista.
God blessed her to see 87 marvelous years. Born, November 5, 1931 in Dallas Texas from Ezekiel and Clara Jones. In 1942, she became the loving wife of Chester D. Hubbard Sr.
The Hubbard’s two sons are Chester Jr. & Robert.
Throughout her life’s jouney, she maintained a simple demeanor that won the trust in hearts of many. Who even now; are being changed by her witness of constant nurturing love and faith. Her signature gift of joy, is shown through the constant smiling, laughing and joking that she shared with many. Known for her ease in conversation and or candid advice some may be surprised to learn of the extreme shyness of her youth. Even as a child she possessed a contagious zest for the Lord she was baptized at the age of 10 in the Wahoo Lake in South Dallas. And attended only one church for 77 years, Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas where she was a faithful and laborious member of the Usher Board and congregation. Catherine held a number of jobs throughout her wonderful life span. She worked as an administrator, and a teacher for 30-plus years. Catherine, has a number of nicknames; Mama, Cat, Baby Sister and Madea, just to name a few. Yet we all love her, in our own ways. She had an elegance about her spirit that would make any problem seem as if ” It will be alright in a little while and remind you to keep all your troubles in God’s Hands.” She was always thinking of others. She planted seeds in many people and reaped a good harvest. Her Legacy will be continued through her children Dewana Jones- Wheaton, and Robert Bullard, Grand Children Karlton & Zan Hubbard, Iesha Patterson a host of Great-Grand, Great-Great Children & Neices, God Children and Friends.

 

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Service Schedule

Visitation Information

Date: Friday, March 1, 2019

Time: 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Black and Clark Funeral Home

Address:

2517 E. Illinois Avenue, Dallas, TX, 75216

WAKE: 7-8PM, Friday, March 1, 2019
Black and Clark Funeral Chapel
2517 E. Illinois Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75216


Service Information

Date: Saturday, March 2, 2019

Time: 11:00 am

Hopewell Baptist Church

Address:

5144 Dolphin Road
Dallas, Texas 75223

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Born: November 5, 1931
Died: February 22, 2019

Condolences for Mrs. Catherine J Hubbard

Joy posted on 3/11/19

I am so deeply sorry to learn about the death of your most precious loved one Catherine. While reading her obituary, I thought about how kind she was to others and how much she actively worked for spiritual things. I know that her death is a great loss to those who knew and loved her. How wonderful to know that our loving heavenly father Jehovah assures us that the time will come when we will see her again by means of the resurrection. John5:28-29 Can you imagine the joy that we will feel as we welcome our loved ones back to life? Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers but most importantly, that you are loved by our loving heavenly father Jehovah. John3:16

 

Florisca Carter Harper posted on 3/1/19

Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal.My prayers are with the family.

 

Paula Jones posted on 2/27/19

My sincere condolences on the loss of Aunt Cat. Look to our Heavenly Father for peace and consolation. Cherish precious memories, and look forward to that promised day when we cross over and get to be with our loved ones once again.

 

B. Williams posted on 2/26/19

You family have my deepest sympathy at the loss of your dear loved one. Jesus Christ also mourns when our loved ones die. When his friend, Lazarus died, the Bible says Jesus wept or cried. (John 11:35). He then resurrected Lazarus as a guarantee that we will see our loved ones again.

 

Doris posted on 2/26/19

My condolences to the family for your loss. May your loved one rest peacefully. Soon, we will reap the blessings of our savior, Jesus Christ, sacrificial death. (John 3:16) Soon, our loved ones will be resurrected to life again on earth, and growing old and death will be removed forever. John 5:27-29; Psalm 37:29 (jw.org)

 

Carrie Antmickey Bryant posted on 2/25/19

My sincere condolences to the family as well as myself. God bless and keep us our heart is broken miss our dear heartbeat will take a role but God will. ANTMICKEY 2019.and FOREVER

 

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