Ms.Dorothy Nell Hubbert was born on January 27, 1941, in Kilgore, Texas, to the late Jestine and Taree Bonner. She was a graduate of Weldon High School in Gladewater, Texas.
Dorothy was a faithful member of Willow Springs Baptist Church. She served as the President for the Women’s Mission and Senior Usher board. She was also a member of the Citywide usher board; she served as the board Secretary.
Dorothy married the late Robert Hubbert and to this union two daughters were born.
She wore many hats during her lifetime. She worked for Merle Norman cosmetics and Jack’s Air Conditioning. Her greatest joy was being a mother and grandmother. She was an awesome cook; her specialties being sweet potato casserole, pot roast, pies, and peanut butter cookies. She loved to make others laugh by cracking jokes, going fishing, traveling, and serving others. Dorothy was a “daddy’s girl” who also loved her siblings and family very much.
She will reunite in Heaven with her parents, three sisters, one brother, and her baby girl, Robin Hubbert-Rollins.
Dorothy is survived by her daughter, Teresa (Rayfield) Sparks; six grandchildren, Lavesha Freeman, Apryl Burton, Tristian Hubbert, Montreal (Brittany) Sparks, Marques (Jena) Sparks, and Sha Quallin Smith; ten great-granchildren, Kierra, Janaye, Kynnedi, Jayunna, Ja’Khavien, Merrel, Briley, Jayden, Mariah, and Larry; sisters, Ethel Mae Bradley, Willie Kay Thomas, and Mary (Roy) Walker; two brothers, Earl (Annette) Bonner, Sr. and Robert Halton; her special nephew, Wayne Rowlett; her god-daughter, Francis Gibson; her best friend Johnnie Mae; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
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