Reba L Hubbard

December 5, 1931 - November 12, 2018
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Reba Lee (Kauffman) Hubbard, daughter of the late Herman L. and Edith (Ringenberg) Kauffman, was born December 5, 1931 in Springfield, Missouri and passed away November 12, 2018 at Mercy Hospital in Springfield. Reba was preceded in death by a son, Michael, who died at five months of age, sister Wilma Stiver and brother Norman Kauffman. Reba is survived by her
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Vance Chartier left a message on November 22, 2018:
My wife and I want to pass on our condolences to the Hubbard Family. I remember Reba from when I was growing up at South Joplin Christian Church.I will keep all of you in my prayers that you might find comfort. I know that she is with our father in Heaven and you will see her again. I wish I could be there to mourn with you unfortunately I have other commitments that keep me from being able to travel to Branson. Know that I'll be thinking of you. Vance & Linda Chartier
Darlene Isensee left a message on November 21, 2018:
My love & sympathy to the family who I know will miss such a loving, caring wife, mother & grandmother. My heart hurts for I will miss my cousin Reba. She was the sweet Aunt you could always depend on. I can still hear her voice as she would leave me a message saying, "Darlene it's Reba". :) If there was anyone in this world who could make you feel better it would be her. Jesus said to love your neighbor and she did that & so much more. Anytime someone would need anything she was there with food & kind words. The most humble person I know. She & my mom were like sisters and had many fun days together. I will miss her so much but I know she is so happy right now as she is reuniting with so many before her.
Jeneane & Clarence left a message on November 20, 2018:
Dear Bob, Tom and Nancy. Our hearts are with you in this time of sorrow. "Wherever a beautiful soul has been, there is a trail of beautiful memories." Reba was a shining example of how to live a Christian life. We have many fond memories of our time together at South Joplin Christian Church, Fishers class activities, shopping for underprivileged children so the Fishers could play Santa Claus at Christmas time, busy in the kitchen serving Church dinners, or making pies for CWF. Reba was always a gracious hostess (she baked lovely, delicious cakes too!) She was a meticulous housekeeper (everything in its place and never a fingerprint on the frig!) And what a great and loving mother! Nancy, I remember you striving to be the peacemaker when friction surfaced between two of our handbell players at the very first practice that I conducted. Tom, I think of you as always a gentleman, and very good on that French Horn. And Bob, I understand Reba did a super job managing your calendar. We are never ready to say "goodbye" to such a lovely person. Please know that our love and deepest sympathy are with you and that we will always cherish our beautiful memories of Reba. Jeneane and Clarence Chartier
Mary Jane Gregory left a message on November 17, 2018:
So sorry about Reba. We were friends for so many years.
left a message on November 14, 2018:
I am so Blessed to have had Aunt Reba in my life. Her and Uncle Bob are the best people you could ever want to know. She is so Loved and will truly be missed. I Love You, Aunt Reba.
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Keith and Judy Adams left a message on November 14, 2018:
Our hearts are heavy as we think about life without Reba.She was the kindest,and most precious person we have ever known. Reba was a friend to all who were fortunate to know her. Reba loved Bob, her children, her family, her church and most important,her Heavenly Father. Her strong faith carried her through all of life's trials. We are assured that she has met her Savior face to face and is now dwelling in her eternal home. Our comfort at this time, is knowing that we will be reunited with Reba once more when we complete our earthly journey. Keith & Judy Adams.
Susie Braden left a message on November 14, 2018:
So very sorry for your loss. Love you and Reba so much. She will be greatly missed.
Sonia left a message on November 14, 2018:
Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss of Reba. Please know that God understands how you feel and he deeply cares about you, and fully understands what you’re going through.. (Psalm 103:14; 1 Peter 5:7) You can trust him with your innermost feelings, Pray to Almighty God for comfort and he will sustain you. My deepest Sympathy.
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