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Cynthia Joan Hubbert

November 13, 1939 — June 7, 2023

Mrs. Cynthia Hubbert, age 83 of Fayette, passed away at her residence on Wednesday, June 7, 2023. Visitation will be Sunday, June 11, 2023, at Norwood Wyatt Chapel from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. Services will be Monday, June 12, 2023, at Sand Springs Baptist Church at 2:00 p.m. She will lie in state one hour prior at the Church and Burial will follow at the Church Cemetery.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Frank Lewis and Alice Joan Reed; son, David M. Parmatier; brothers, Frank, Fred, John, Warren, Ralph, Ed, and James Lewis; and sisters, Celia Haynes, Betty Meers, and Ruth Lewis.

She is survived by her spouse, James M. Hubbert, Sr.; sisters-in-law Joy Carolyn Garrison, Patsy Hubbert, Patricia Lewis, Susan Lewis, Sue Lewis, Kathy Lewis, and Zonia Lewis; children, Thomas E. Hubbert (Emily), Sonja J. Hubbert, and James M. Hubbert, Jr. (Lisa); sisters, Mary Cullen (Glenn), Helen Ryle, and Linda Whiting; grandchildren, Rebecca, Benjamin, Alexander, Hannah, Samuel, Amber, and Erika; numerous nieces and nephews as well as great-grandchildren.

Cynthia J. Hubbert truly lived a life of service—as a sister, mother, military wife and Registered Nurse. Raised in upstate New York, she was the middle-ish sister of seven handsome brothers and six beautiful sisters. The south claimed her when she met, fell in love with, and married a good Alabama boy bound for the sea and the US Navy. She raised four children on military bases with her husband at sea half of the time. When she finally had an empty nest, she went back to school and became a Registered Nurse. She spent the next 30 years taking care of “my patients,” as she called them. She cared for and valued her patients with a fierceness that was humbling to those of us who watched. It was her calling and she excelled at it. She was a woman of immeasurable gifts who approached everything in life with the same simple tenets—love, compassion, and kindness. That was all she needed to be strong, powerful, and commanding in her little 4 ft. 11 in. package (sorry mom! 5 ft.). The legacy, the lesson, and the mandate that she leaves her children and her grandchildren is to simply leave the world a better place for having been a part of it. Today, this intensely humble angel (and she absolutely was) that we have called friend, sister, mom, grandma, and dearest wife, has achieved that goal. May we all do the same. She was a blessing and a light to anyone who had the good fortune to have known her.

Pallbearers will be Benjamin Hubbert, Dale Whitley, Dusty Hubbert, Dwayne Hubbert, Hannah Hubbert, James Hubbert Jr., Riley Hubbert, Thomas Hubbert.

Honorary Pallbearers include Dr. Martha Christian, Sonja J. Hubbert, Samuel Hubbert, Gregory B. Hubbert, Amedysis Home Health and Hospice.

In Lieu of Flowers Contributions may be made to Mary’s Haven (Memorial Donations) 35 New Street, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 Phone (518) 584-9397

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