Mary Lou Stubbs
November 5, 1942 – March 9, 2018
Service for Mary Lou Stubbs,75, of Lubbock will be Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at 10:00am at Vandelia Church of Christ with graveside service following at Resthaven Funeral Home.
Mary passed away Friday, March 9, 2018 of Alzheimer’s.
She was the President of Woman’s Auxiliary at Covenant Hospital from 2011-2013 and was also a volunteer at Highland Hospital and Covenant Hospital for many years. She worked as a Bookkeeper at Lubbock Paint Center and was a longtime member of Vandelia Church of Christ.
Mary was proceeded in death by her loving husband of 55 years, Spencer Simon Stubbs, her parents Clark and Ethel Battey, her brothers George Battey and C.W. Battey, her sisters Lila Gray and Evalene Castleberry.
She is survived by her brothers Lewis Battey and Lee Battey and her sister Laverne Harrell and her children Debbie Brenner, Rick Stubbs and Harold Stubbs and 9 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.
- Spencer Simon Stubbs, Husband
- Clark and Ethel Battey, Parents
- George and C.W. Battey, Brothers
- Lila Gray and Evalence Castleberry, Sisters
- Debbie Brenner, Rick Stubbs and Harold Stubbs, Children
- 9 ~, Grandchildren
- 13 ~, Great Grandchildren
- Lewis and Lee Battey, Brothers
- Laverne Harrell, Sister
- Thomas Brownfield
- Adam Brownfield
- Isaac Hernandez
- Nick Stubbs
- Tyler Stubbs
- Courtney Roach
- Theresa Powel
- Visitation Monday, March 12, 2018
- Funeral Service Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Mary Lou Stubbs
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John & Sharon Robinson
March 13, 2018
"Sweet" seems the single best word to describe Mary. We were not privileged to know her very long, but she was a person who, in her modest way, made a lasting impression. She sat in the Bible class I sometimes taught, and we usually talked for a bit after class and after church. Her words were never citical in any way, and she loved to speak about doing good for others. Visiting her and Spence in their lovely home was always a delight, and a pleasant smile rarely left her face. She will be sorely missed, even by those of us who cannot count here as long-time friends. A most singular lady!