Wood-Kortright-Borkoski Funeral Home

703 East Main Street, Ravenna, OH


Martha Anne Stubblefield

July 28, 1934June 17, 2020

Martha Anne (Ferrell) Stubblefield, age 85 of Deerfield, passed away Wednesday, June 17, 2020, at her home.

She was born July 28, 1934, in Marietta, Georgia, to parents Lloyd and Estelle (Bramlett) Ferrell. Martha graduated from Rockmart High School in Georgia. She married her husband Bobby in 1959, and they moved to Ohio, where she was a loving mother and devoted wife. Martha was a member of Liberty Bible Church in Atwater.

Martha is survived by her husband of 59 years Bobby Stubblefield, her son Christopher Stubblefield, and her daughter Chrystal Lynn Eckley, as well as her grandchildren: Mario Stubblefield of Austintown, OH, Timothy Eckley Jr. of Spokane, WA, Zackary Eckley of Virginia Beach, VA, and Jewelanne Eckley of Akron, OH. She is also survived by her great-grandchildren: Jacob Stubblefield, Joey Eckley, and Aurora Lees, and her youngest sister Wanda Lindsey of Cedartown, GA. She was also a loving aunt and caregiver to her 6 nieces and 6 nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her sisters Grace Borders and Margie Bryant, and her brother Kenneth Ferrell.

Funeral services will be officiated by Pastor Paul Phillips at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, June 24, 2020, at the Wood-Kortright-Borkoski Funeral Home, 703 E. Main Street, Ravenna, Ohio. It is required that everyone attending wear a mask and practice social distancing. The number of individuals permitted in the funeral home at any one time will be limited. Please do not attend the calling hours if you are feeling ill. The family thanks you for your patience and understanding. Interment will follow at Deerfield Cemetery.

Condolences and memories may be shared at www.wood-kortright-borkoski.com.


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    Wednesday, June 24, 2020


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Mary Wanda Lindsey

June 20, 2020

Martha and I had so much in common. As sisters we liked to read the same kind of books, we enjoyed sharing sewing and crocheting projects with each other, and we both had strong Christian beliefs. Martha and I were separated by distance but we were always connected as kindred spirits. We shared so many special experiences but the one that stands out to me is when she let me wear a very pretty dress that she had just bought for herself and had never worn before on a date with my then boyfriend Herb.