Beverly Dunaway Hubbard

beverly hubbard

February 11, 1936 ~ November 13, 2009

Resided in: Asheville, NC

Beverly Dunaway Hubbard, 73, of 165 S. French Broad Ave., Apt. 509, died Friday, November 13, 2009. Mrs. Hubbard was born in Harrison, OH, and was a daughter of the late Raymond and Hattie Davidson Dunaway. She was preceded in death by her husband, David Lee Hubbard, Sr. and a son, David Alan Short. She is survived by two daughters, Rebella Wallace and her husband, Scott, of Asheville and Anne West and her husband, Tim, of Canton; a son, Rebel Hubbard of Asheville; three brothers, Walter, John and Gary Dunaway; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. A memorial service is scheduled for 5:00 p.m. Sunday in the Patton Avenue chapel of Groce Funeral Home with the Rev. Harold Webb officiating. Memorials may be made to the Olivia Landreth Fund at First Citizens Bank, a/c of Olivia Landreth.

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  1. Growing up; Sissy, Rebel, & Miss Beverly became a part of my family & though years and miles may have separated us they have always held a special place in my heart. I remember hearing Miss Beverly say that when the good Lord was ready to call her Home she was ready. As sad as what it is that Miss Beverly is no longer with us we should rejoice in the fact she is in eternal peace with our Heavenly Father. She is Home. Ann, Rebel, & Sissy you are in my prayers and if you need anything please don’t hesitate to call! Love you!

  2. Dear Ann, Sissie & Rebel,
    So sorry for your loss. I’ll always remember your mom as a very special and giving person. She was always ready to help any way that she could. I miss seeing each of you, perhaps I will get up in near future. My prayers are with each of you. Love, Aunt Karen

  3. Dear Anne, Sis and Rebel,
    I can’t tell you how heartbroken I am to hear of the loss of your mother. She meant the world to me. I am so sorry we could not be there for all of you but please know that you all are in our prayers. May she rest with the angels for being the angel she was. I will miss her terribly. May you all find comfort in your memories of her and in the knowledge that she is at peace. With love and sincere sympathy, Bob and Cindy

  4. Dear Hubbard Family and Sissy,

    I know there are no words that can be said when there is a death. I am so sorry for your loss. But please know that God will be with you and help you thru this painful time. You also have family and friends to lean on. Sending your family up in prayer to the heavens and may God not only hold you by carry you all.

    Much love.

    Jennie Meares-Farren

  5. After meeting ‘Mom’ years ago,I was lucky enough to find Sissy again and make her mine ,this was the beginning of one of the very best friendships I ever had in my life. Mom was always there for all of us no matter what the case ,she helped with and loved the kids each in her own way differntly yet the same .With out question the most loving and understanding Nanny there ever was ! She touched my heart in a way that cant be said in words and still does every day. Mom was always there to talk about or listen to every thing I had to say and often had a solution to my current issue.Not only was she ready with Nascar results she loved to watch the races right along with the guys and stick up for her man!Mom had many travels with the kids,Sissy and myself .I cant step foot in DollyWood without seeing her smilling face or thinking of all the times we pulled her along on a trip~Mom saying ‘Go ahead kids without me I just slow you guys down’I thank God now that she was there and miss her much. I will always love you!!’MOM’!!

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