Ada Mae Hubbard

September 6, 1931July 5, 2012

Ada Mae Hubbard was born on September 6, 1931 and passed away on July 5, 2012 in Anderson, California.


  • Visitation Wednesday, July 11, 2012
  • Graveside Service Thursday, July 12, 2012

Ada Mae Hubbard

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Mace Hubbard

August 17, 2012

I will truly miss my Grandma Ada so much. She always had time to play with us when we were little.She was a great person and I'm glad I will see her in heaven. We can talk all the time. I will miss you Grandma Ada.

Love Mace

Carmen Jones

August 14, 2012

I'm Carmen Jones daughter of Neoma Hayden. As you hear everyone speak of Grandma Ada's unconditional love. I can't help but to feel like I'm an example of her love. Grandma Ada was by no means oblligated to me, But still she has done things for me my biological family would not. I was never forgetten or left out of any event. My Grandma Ada would always take the time to make me feel like I was special to her. I know she has shown me how to love, Grandma has shown me how I want to love, And how I want to be loved. Ada Mae Hubbard you will always be the perfect example of a lady. I will draw from all you have taught me for the rest of my life. Grandma Ada you will be missed.

Lurrinda hayden

August 8, 2012

What does God concern beautiful? Will what I think God belives to be beautiful is when a person lives out thier life in true faith and trust in him. well I belive Ada Mae Hubbard was one of those people. She lived her life with God, her marriage, and the way she raised her children and grandchildren and through everdaylife experiences. She didnt concern her self with fancy hairstyles, expensive jewelry, or beautiful clothes. She was way beautiful because of her grace
God gave her through her life. Ada just loved God and her family all her days. I can remember when her and grandpa would take me and Donavan to the ocean for the weekend. Thats one of the times when Donavan and I really got along with each other besides the times when we went to aunt Pat's house to visit. Really to be honest I'm really going to miss her. Sometimes in my life I would get weary about the woman I was becoming. But now I am and what strong women I come freom and I thank God for blessing me with a grandmother that truly loved me with all of her heart. Most people dream of having a strong family like mine. I know just like Jesus prepared a place for us in heaven thats where she is waiting for us.
Sincerely Lurrinda

Karson Hubbard

August 8, 2012

Thank you for everything. I don't remember a lot of my visit from when I was younger, but I am glad to have the pictures and stories my parents tell me. I love you

Kaden Hubbard

August 8, 2012

I never got to meet you, but I loved her with my whole heart.

Kaleb Hubard

August 8, 2012

Grandma was the most loving person ever. I really wanted to visit her once more. I thank her for everything she did for me. I remember when she used to push me around in the wheel barrow.

Bailey Hubbard

August 7, 2012

Grandma Ada was my great grandma.She was the best great grandma anyone could ever ask for.I loved spending time with her when I was little. I got to visit with her a year ago and we both enjoyed our time together very much. Grandma you will always have a special place in my heart. I will see you again sometime. Love you. Bailey

daniel timmons

August 6, 2012

Ada Hubbard is my grandmother. What I remember about my grandmother is how when I was young she would tell my mom to keep working with me due to I have cerebral palsy and I had to stretch my legs so I wouldn't need the surgery so I could do things like walk and play sports. She told me never let anybody tell me no because I could do anything I put my mind to because I was a special guy I was the same as everyone else in this world. No matter whst my grandmother cook it was great. I will always miss how she and grandpa help me in my life. I wish I could of been there more. I Daniel John Timmons will always love and miss my special grandmother Ada Mae Hubbard

david yates, jr

August 2, 2012

To the greatest great grandmother
I'm her eleven year old great grandson, David Yates, Jr. She always attended my football and basketball games even after her surgery. When I did something wrong she was in control but always corrected me with a soft sweet voice. I knew I was special when she took my toys my mother was throwing away home with her. When I was young she would call me at bedtime to tell me she love me and tell me bedtime stories until she knew I was asleep what a loving memory that is. I love her and miss her bunches.
love David

donavan hayden

August 1, 2012

Ada Hubbard was a loving wife a caring mother and an excellent grandmother and great grandmother. I for one will miss her. I will miss gathering for Thanksgiving meals and the trips to Eureka in the RV with Grandpa and Peanut. My grandmother was one of the few people I knew who was descent, honest, selfless and beautiful everything God wants us to be. I will miss the stories she told I try to remember them but they never sound right, and they never will. My grandmother was there everytime I needed her to be my football games, my wedding, all my childrens birth. It kills me that I couldn't be there for her like she was for me. The world seems a little darker since she is no longer here to brighten it up. And my children will feel her love through me.

your loving grandson Donavan