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Robert E. Evans Funeral Home

16000 Annapolis Road, Bowie, MD

OBITUARY

Eleanor Q. Hubbard

May 3, 1958March 14, 2020
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Eleanor Q. Hubbard, 61, of Crofton Maryland passed away on March 14, 2020. Born on May 3, 1958, in Webb Mississippi, she was the daughter of Lillie Mae Washington and Eddie Allen.

Eleanor moved from Mississippi to Chicago Illinois, and accepted Christ as her personal savior at an early age. She graduated from Christian Fenger High School in 1976. After graduation Eleanor worked at various jobs in Chicago until 1982 when she married and departed Chicago to join her husband at Lowry Air Force Base in Aurora Colorado. After Lowry Air Force Base, Eleanor moved to Norton Air Force Base in San Bernardino California in 1983. Eleanor began her career in bookkeeping/accounting while working at PayLess Drug Store in San Bernardino between 1983 and 1990. Eleanor moved to the island of Crete Greece in 1990 continuing her career in bookkeeping/accounting at the Defense Commissary Agency. Eleanor arrived at Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base in Goldsboro North Carolina in 1993 and began working at the installation’s Air Force Finance and Accounting Office. In 1996 Eleanor moved to Scott Air Force Base Illinois and was employed by the new Defense Finance and Accounting Services in nearby St. Louis Missouri from 1996 until 2002. Eleanor settled in the Washington DC metro area in 2002 and began employment with her last employer, Department of the Treasury (Office of DC Pensions), in 2004.

Eleanor embraced all of life with a positive attitude, she successfully hiked the longest gorge in Europe (the Samaria Gorge), in 1992. Eleanor was a cherished mother, grandmother, and sister. She was a godly woman with a gentle and quiet spirit who loved taking care of her family and helping others. She was an active member of the Largo Community Church in Mitchellville Maryland.

She was preceded in death by her parents (Lillie Mae Washington and Eddie Allen), two brothers (Roger Washington and Willie James Huggins), one sister Lee Verta Pomilee, and two grandchildren (Isabella Hubbard and Ian Hubbard). She leaves to mourn her loss husband Maurice A. Hubbard; two sons, Timothy A. Hubbard (Amanda) and Maurice Hubbard II; four grandchildren, Ethan AJ Hubbard, Caitlin Hubbard, Mya Hubbard, and Harper Hubbard; two sisters, Pearlie Best (Isiah) and Evelyn Rogers; and, one brother Archie Washington (Sorna). She will be missed by two aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins, and her many, many friends.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to your favorite charity (Matthew 6: 1-4)

Services

  • Memorial Gathering Saturday, March 21, 2020
  • Memorial Service Saturday, March 21, 2020

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Gerald Turk

March 21, 2020

Our heart felt condolences go out to the Hubbard family on the loss of our friend Eleanor. You will be missed.
We also celebrate the amazing life and love that Eleanor brought to those around her. Sylvia and I met the Hubbards at Scott Air Force Base, IL. It wasn't long before we were breaking bread and sharing old memories together. Our two older kids connected as well.
Sometimes life puts space between you and those we care about, but true friendships can outlast all. Our prayers go out to all.
Gerald & Sylvia Turk

Jennifer Satterfield

March 20, 2020

My prayers are with the family of Eleanor Hubbard. I've only known Eleanor for a short time (Treasury) and she was the sweetest person and I felt like I had know her all my life. We both bonded over living in the Midwest and the treats we shared when I traveled to Indianapolis or she traveled to Chicago. I will remember Eleanor for always having a kind word or hug when needed and that beautiful smile! Eleanor will be truly missed.


Donna Thigpen

March 18, 2020

Dear Family,

Our prayers and heartfelt condolences go out to the Hubbard Family for the loss of Eleanor. Eleanor had a contagious smile that lives in each of her children and grandchildren.

For every beginning, there is an end. It’s the journey that is most important. Rest In Peace Eleanor, you have fought the good fight, you have finished the race, you have kept the faith (2 Timothy 4:7). Your memory will be cherished.

Peace, Love, Prayers and Blessings.

Your cousins,
Diana, Valerie, Fran, Donna, Cathey, Tanya, Arthur, Gert, Theresa, Rashida, Kamila

Alexzandria Batey

March 18, 2020

I remember when I moved from Chicago to Virginia alone , I reached out to my cousin Maurice for family moral support. I started going to their house for dinner and movie nights. Cousin Eleanor also welcome me with open arms. We soon developed our on closeness due to the loving person she was. We would talk and laugh , do hot oil treatments on our hair, workout together and she would just be there if I needed to talk. Some people no matter when and no matter how long they are in your life will always leave a lasting impression. Eleanor was one one those people for me. I love you always and forever cousin and friend.

Ruby Brown

March 15, 2020

Eleanor was one of the best friends I’ve ever had, we raised our first born boys together in the early years of their lives it was Timothy and Shawn they were crazy about each other nearly inseparable, we spent lots of time together just enjoying life, Eleanor went above and beyond for my son and I at that time she was a little better off than we were but she took very good care of us and I am forever grateful to her for that, May God continue to wrap his ever loving arm’s around her and I know she’s in a better place, my prayers and thoughts are with her children and family during this this time of grieve, God Bless you all.

Joyce/Mike Behrns

March 15, 2020

So sorry for your loss. Our prayers are for the family. Eleanor was a great lady and will be missed by many. Rest sweet lady til we meet on the other side.

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Biography

Eleanor Q. Hubbard, 61, of Crofton Maryland passed away on March 14, 2020. Born on May 3, 1958, in Webb Mississippi, she was the daughter of Lillie Mae Washington and Eddie Allen.

Eleanor moved from Mississippi to Chicago Illinois, and accepted Christ as her personal savior at an early age. She graduated from Christian Fenger High School in 1976. After graduation Eleanor worked at various jobs in Chicago until 1982 when she married and departed Chicago to join her husband at Lowry Air Force Base in Aurora Colorado. After Lowry Air Force Base, Eleanor moved to Norton Air Force Base in San Bernardino California in 1983. Eleanor began her career in bookkeeping/accounting while working at PayLess Drug Store in San Bernardino between 1983 and 1990. Eleanor moved to the island of Crete Greece in 1990 continuing her career in bookkeeping/accounting at the Defense Commissary Agency. Eleanor arrived at Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base in Goldsboro North Carolina in 1993 and began working at the installation’s Air Force Finance and Accounting Office. In 1996 Eleanor moved to Scott Air Force Base Illinois and was employed by the new Defense Finance and Accounting Services in nearby St. Louis Missouri from 1996 until 2002. Eleanor settled in the Washington DC metro area in 2002 and began employment with her last employer, Department of the Treasury (Office of DC Pensions), in 2004.

Eleanor embraced all of life with a positive attitude, she successfully hiked the longest gorge in Europe (the Samaria Gorge), in 1992. Eleanor was a cherished mother, grandmother, and sister. She was a godly woman with a gentle and quiet spirit who loved taking care of her family and helping others. She was an active member of the Largo Community Church in Mitchellville Maryland.

She was preceded in death by her parents (Lillie Mae Washington and Eddie Allen), two brothers (Roger Washington and Willie James Huggins), one sister Lee Verta Pomilee, and two grandchildren (Isabella Hubbard and Ian Hubbard). She leaves to mourn her loss husband Maurice A. Hubbard; two sons, Timothy A. Hubbard (Amanda) and Maurice Hubbard II; four grandchildren, Ethan AJ Hubbard, Caitlin Hubbard, Mya Hubbard, and Harper Hubbard; two sisters, Pearlie Best (Isiah) and Evelyn Rogers; and, one brother Archie Washington (Sorna). She will be missed by two aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins, and her many, many friends.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to your favorite charity (Matthew 6: 1-4)