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Memphis Funeral Home & Memorial Gardens

3700 North Germantown Parkway, Bartlett, TN

OBITUARIO

Hubert Lee Billingsley, Jr.

31 julio , 19379 julio , 2019
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Hubert Lee Billingsley, Jr., 81 of Eads, Tennessee passed away on Tuesday, July 9th after a long battle with cancer. Hubert was born in Raleigh, Tennessee on July 31, 1937. He graduated from Bartlett High School where he was an all-star athlete and lettered in Baseball, Basketball, Football and Track. After then he served two years with the 95th Bomb Wing and worked on B-36’s in the Air Force. In 1959 he got transferred to the 4135th Strategic Air Command wing working on B-52’s. He served two years ready reserves at Robbins Airforce Base and then released with an Honorable discharge in January, 1963 after serving a total of 6 years with the United States Air Force.

Hubert returned to Memphis where he married Julia Frances Perry and was a loving dedicated husband of 58 years. They started a family raising their daughter and son in Raleigh. He returned to Buckeye Cellulose/Proctor and Gamble in April of 1961 where he worked his way up through the company of dedicated service for 45 years as the plant shipping manager. He was presented with his own street name at the plant upon retirement at Buckeye where it still stands today and now is the Georgia Pacific Company. Hubert and Judy enjoyed their travels to Branson, Missouri, Pidgeon Forge and Nashville through the years and just being with their children and grandchildren.

Hubert enjoyed hunting and fishing; one of his biggest joys was hosting an annual Dove Hunt in Whiteville, Tennessee at the farm for family and friends for over thirty years. His love for farming and John Deere tractors will always be remembered as well as the hardworking man throughout his life. He was a very giving and caring husband, father, grandfather and friend to many and will be greatly missed. He was preceded in death by his parents, Hubert Lee Billingsley, Sr. and Florence Louise Billingsley Pass and his sister, Shirley Smith. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Judy Billingsley; daughter Jennifer House (Roger Darren); son Hubert Lee Billingsley, III; five grandchildren, Joshua House (Marissa), Grant House, MacKenzie Billingsley (Cole Ferguson), Anslee Billingsley, and Kade Billingsley; four great-grandchildren, Clifton House, Colby House, Caraleigh House and Nolan Ferguson.

Family will receive friends from 12:00pm to 2:00pm on Tuesday, July 16th at Memphis Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens, 3700 N. Germantown Rd, Bartlett, TN. Services will follow at 2:00pm.

In lieu of flowers the family has asked for memorial contributions to be made to the West Cancer Center (Wings Organization).

  • FAMILIA

  • Judy Billingsley, Wife
  • Jennifer House (Roger Darren), Daughter
  • Hubert Lee Billingsley, III, Son
  • Joshua House (Marissa), Grandchild
  • Grant House, Grandchild
  • MacKenzie Billingsley (Cole Ferguson), Grandchild
  • Anslee Billingsley, Grandchild
  • Kade Billingsley, Grandchild
  • Clifton House, Great Grandchild
  • Colby House, Great Grandchild
  • Caraleigh House, Great Grandchild
  • Nolan Ferguson, Great Grandchild
  • He was preceded in death by his parents, Hubert Lee Billingsley, Sr. and Florence Louise Billingsley Pass and his sister, Shirley Smith.
  • PORTADORES

  • Hubert Lee Billingsley, III
  • Roger Darren House
  • Joshua House
  • Grant House
  • Mike Radford
  • Allen Tant

Servicios

Servicios previos:

  • Family Will Receive Friends martes, 16 julio , 2019
  • Funeral Service martes, 16 julio , 2019

OTROS SERVICIOS:

  • Interment

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Carolyn Schwam Bernard

12 julio , 2019

Condolences from Nancy Schwam Williams, Carolyn Schwam Bernard, and Carole Camille [Billingsley] Ehninger Fallow

Sharon Tant Fowler

11 julio , 2019

So saddened to hear this news! My thoughts and prayers for each of you during the difficult days ahead. May you find peace and comfort knowing he is no longer sick or in pain. His memory remains alive in each of you.
Love to all .......Sharon Tant Fowler

Julie Tant-Keplinger

11 julio , 2019

My thoughts and prayers to you all.

Terry Boles

11 julio , 2019

Hubert was one of the finest men I’ve ever known. Janie and I will miss him and I will always be grateful for the kindness he showed me and the times we had together. We are praying for Judy and the whole family and hope that you will find some comfort in knowing how much Hubert was loved and how much he will be missed.

Donna Terry

11 julio , 2019

Judy and family my thoughts and prayers are with you, Hubert was an awesome person to work with! He helped me were I am at today in my career and I will always remember that! He will be missed.

Donna Terry

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Biografía

Hubert Lee Billingsley, Jr., 81 of Eads, Tennessee passed away on Tuesday, July 9th after a long battle with cancer. Hubert was born in Raleigh, Tennessee on July 31, 1937. He graduated from Bartlett High School where he was an all-star athlete and lettered in Baseball, Basketball, Football and Track. After then he served two years with the 95th Bomb Wing and worked on B-36’s in the Air Force. In 1959 he got transferred to the 4135th Strategic Air Command wing working on B-52’s. He served two years ready reserves at Robbins Airforce Base and then released with an Honorable discharge in January, 1963 after serving a total of 6 years with the United States Air Force.

Hubert returned to Memphis where he married Julia Frances Perry and was a loving dedicated husband of 58 years. They started a family raising their daughter and son in Raleigh. He returned to Buckeye Cellulose/Proctor and Gamble in April of 1961 where he worked his way up through the company of dedicated service for 45 years as the plant shipping manager. He was presented with his own street name at the plant upon retirement at Buckeye where it still stands today and now is the Georgia Pacific Company. Hubert and Judy enjoyed their travels to Branson, Missouri, Pidgeon Forge and Nashville through the years and just being with their children and grandchildren.

Hubert enjoyed hunting and fishing; one of his biggest joys was hosting an annual Dove Hunt in Whiteville, Tennessee at the farm for family and friends for over thirty years. His love for farming and John Deere tractors will always be remembered as well as the hardworking man throughout his life. He was a very giving and caring husband, father, grandfather and friend to many and will be greatly missed.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Hubert Lee Billingsley, Sr. and Florence Louise Billingsley Pass and his sister, Shirley Smith. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Judy Billingsley; daughter Jennifer House (Roger Darren); son Hubert Lee Billingsley, III; five grandchildren, Joshua House (Marissa), Grant House, MacKenzie Billingsley (Cole Ferguson), Anslee Billingsley, and Kade Billingsley; four great-grandchildren, Clifton House, Colby House, Caraleigh House and Nolan Ferguson.

Family will receive friends from 12:00pm to 2:00pm on Tuesday, July 16th at Memphis Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens, 3700 N. Germantown Rd, Bartlett, TN. Services will follow at 2:00pm.

In lieu of flowers the family has asked for memorial contributions to be made to the West Cancer Center (Wings Organization).