Virginia Hubbard, 83, of Roswell passed away Friday, November 9, 2018. Please take a moment and share a fond memory or kind expression of sympathy for Virginia’s family at www.andersonbethany.com.
Service: A Memorial Service will be held Tuesday, November 13, 2018, 11:00 AM, at Bethel Baptist Church, with Pastor David Walden officiating. She will be laid to rest privately at South Park Cemetery.
On January 6, 1935, Virginia was born to William “Bill” Gorrell and Pearl Mae Herricks in Palo Pinto County, Texas. She married Lloyd Edward Hubbard February 10, 1954, in Coahoma, Texas. After completing high school, Virginia worked as a secretary for various companies before beginning work at Lovington Public Schools cafeterias from where she retired as a supervisor in 1989, after twenty-one years of service. Virginia adored time spent with family, traveling, creating meticulous needlework pieces and serving as a Sunday School teacher for more than forty years. She was a great encourager and friend, constantly sending hundreds of handwritten cards to family and friends throughout the years. Virginia resided in Roswell for the past fourteen years, moving here from Lovington, NM. Family and friends will miss her fierce devotion to them all.
Survivors: Those left behind to cherish her memory are her children: Jim Hubbard and wife Lesa of Broken Arrow, OK; Leah Masterson and husband John of Roswell, NM; grandchildren: Clayton Hubbard and wife Elena of Cary, NC, Meghan Turner of Roswell, NM, J’Lesa Bouzek and husband Jared of Castle Rock, CO, Chelsea Brodbeck and husband Josh of Lubbock, TX, and Collin Turner and wife Dara of Roswell, NM; great-grandchildren: Maddie and Meiles Turner, Claire and Lauren Bouzek, Urijah and Freya Brodbeck, Riley and Noah Turner.
Preceded: Preceding Virginia in death were her parents: Bill Gorrell and Pearl Gorrell Covington; and brother James Miller.
Honorary Pallbearers: Chosen to serve as Pallbearers are: Clayton Hubbard, Collin Turner, Jared Bouzek, Josh Brodbeck, John Masterson, and Carl Hubbard.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the New Mexico Baptist Children’s Home in honor of Virginia Hubbard.
Virginia’s tribute was lovingly written in her honor by her family.