Hubert Clinton Liebel

July 1, 1929February 24, 2018

Hubert Clinton Liebel was born July 01, 1929 in Dallas, Texas to Bertha and Charles Liebel and he passed away February 24, 2018 in Lancaster, Texas. Hubert is survived by his loving wife, Lillie Mae Liebel; children, Brenda Langley, Paul Liebel, Pamela Perkins, Shirley Dickerson, Vicky Langley, Andrea Tompkins, John Tompkins and James Mott; twenty-two grandchildren; thirty-eight great grandchildren; three great- great grandchildren and many nieces, nephews and many many friends. He never met a stranger. Hubert is preceded in death by his wife, Lorretta Mae Liebel and son, Clinton Wesley Liebel. Pallbearers will be, John Tompkins, Joseph Whitley, Jonathan Perkins, Timothy Norris, Nick Perdue and Christopher Liebel and an Honorary Pallbearer, Randy Perkins.


  • Graveside Service Thursday, March 1, 2018

Hubert Clinton Liebel

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Pastor Mike Morse

March 1, 2018

To the family, it has been my pleasure to serve you during this time of the loss of Hubert. It was such a joy getting to know Hubert. Walking into Windsor Gardens will not be the same, since Hubert wont be there to greet me and say good day preacher, he always was so pleasant and friendly and enjoyed sitting out front in his scooter saying hi to everyone, It was truly and honor to serve Hubert and your family for the services and while Hubert was with us @ Elysian Hospice. Blessings and prayers to you and your family. Pastor Mike Morse.

Timothy Norris

March 1, 2018

Hi papaw just wanted to say i love u and miss u!! The memory i have is all good there is not one memory that is bad that i have of this man and when i say man that's what i mean he was the true meaning. he would give u shirt of his back for u if u needed it.. one of the best memorys i have is the last truck he had i went with him to pick was a nice one!! Love u papaw till we see each other again!!

Tamala (Liebel) Goodell

February 27, 2018

Love and kindness seeped from every pore that Unkie possessed. I couldn't wait to go see him, Aunt Loretta and all their girls. I hated to go home. There was never a dull moment at their home. And on the occasion that they all came to Tyler I knew that it was going to be a calm weekend. Cause Unkie wasn't going to put up with any meanness from ANYBODY! I know you was ready to go home. But I'm gonna miss you! Love you Unkie!!

kathy liebel vaden

February 27, 2018

when i was a little girl could not wait to go to his house, He had a house full of his own kids but always had room for more we would jump in his lap and he would tell us stories he was the kindest man i knew and i loved him dearly ,I will never forget the love that man had for everyone say hi to my dad and mom for me gonna miss you my dearest uncle.