In Loving Memory of Mrs. Carolyn Ann Hubbard


May 4, 1947, to December 11, 2021

Please join us for a Celebration of Life, as we pay tribute to our mother Carolyn Ann Hubbard, The daughter of Mr. Lamar Victor and Ms. Naomi Riggins. A wife to Roosevelt Hubbard Jr. whom they raised their 5 children, Abby, MeChelle, Randy(deceased), Eugene, and Ginny. As well their Godson Evan Nelson and a whole tribe of honorary kids they embraced as their own, (So many we can't name them all). Surrounded by her many siblings Barbara Lon(deceased), Peggy Colbert(deceased), Elizabeth White, Calvin White(deceased) Vivian Johnson(deceased), Billy Turner, Robert Murray, Wallace Murray, Thomas Murray(deceased), Marion Murray, Theresa Murray, Bill Murray, Chris Murray, Aaron Murray(deceased). A host of nieces, nephews, and her grandchildren plus two great-grandkids

Carolyn grew up in the Seattle Central District where she attended Horace Mann Elementary, Meany Middle School, and Garfield High School. She Lead a very active life working and raising her kids while being very involved with the community. She was a member at First AME Church where she served on the usher board. She also served under the Order of Eastern Star, The Queen of Sheeba Chapter. She was the Captain of her Neighborhood Watch and participated in various volunteer organizations. Her working career started at the age of 16 at the store her father owned and operated The Volume Food Basket. She volunteered as a Candy Striper at Providence Medical Hospital -Cherry Hill. She worked at Pacific Northwest Bell telephone company (known as "Ma Bell"). She worked at King Dome. She had a career with the Boeing Company from which she retired. In the past few years while battling her own health issues she made it a point to always check on people. She had a passion for getting to know people, learning about family history. She loved to cook for family and friends and attend a social gathering. She loved to share, she was a very giving person sending plates to anyone who wanted or needed it.

We welcome your presence to share a final farewell for our beloved mom.

January 6, 2022 VIEWING/FUNERAL SERVICE will be at Bonney-Watson Please Send flowers and cards to Bonney-Watson Washington Memorial 16445 International Boulevard, Seattle WA. 98188 (206) 673-5630, Viewing 10-l lAM; Funeral Service 11-1 PM

GRAVESIDE SERVICE immediately following funeral service with a procession to the cemetery at 2 PM, Greenwood Memorial Park and Funeral Home 350 Monroe Ave NE. Renton WA. 98056 (425)255-1511

REPASS will be hosted at Delancy's on 3"' 810 S. 3"' St. Renton WA. 98057 (206) 412-9516 From 5-, 9 PM