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The Settegast-Kopf Company @ Sugar Creek

15015 Southwest Fwy, Sugar Land, TX

OBITUARY

Joyce Ann Kubala

May 27, 1944September 5, 2019
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It is with great sadness that we are sharing with you the passing of Joyce Ann Kubala, wife, mother, friend, and our newest angel in Heaven. We praise the Lord that Joyce is with Jesus and pain free. Joyce lived a wonderful life with her husband, Milton Kubala, and two sons, Brent and Greg. She was a loving mother-in-law to Catherine and Laura and cherished her five grandchildren...Caroline, Courtney, Carter, Chase and Cole. These five children were so loved by her, their “Grandmommy”! Joyce is also leaving behind her two sisters, Jerri Kersh and Judy Brown, both very important women in her life. Joyce was a genuine person and friends with so many wonderful people. Many of you know her as “the wife of the Chick-fil-A owner in Missouri City”. She supported her husband daily with her care, advice and was always there for him. The Chick-fil-A family, Nation-wide and at the corporate home office will miss Joyce dearly. Joyce attended Second Baptist Church Woodway Campus in Houston, Texas. Her “Celebration of Life” memorial service will be this coming Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 11:00 AM in The Sanctuary. Joyce was born in Vinita, Oklahoma lived a long time in Baytown, Texas and was currently living in Missouri City, Texas. Early Tuesday morning, Joyce suffered a heart attack. She was given amazing care by Sugar Land Methodist Hospital, but passed away Thursday, September 5, 2019 at 3:04pm. Please remember Joyce as the special lady she was. We would love to hear how she touched each of your lives. Thank you, friends and family, for your loving thoughts, prayers and kind words during this difficult time. Joyce is in a beautiful place in Heaven, and she would want us all to be happy, not sad. In loving memory, Milton, Brent and Greg Kubala

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Services

  • Memorial Service Wednesday, September 11, 2019
  • Reception Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Memories

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Dale Cheesman

September 12, 2019

Brent and Greg,
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your mom. I know she was a great lady by what wonderful sons she had. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

With Love and Friendship,
Dale Cheesman

Carole Nunn

September 11, 2019

I didn't really know Mrs. Joyce outside of Chick-fil-a but she always made me feel like we were friends. I'm a regular customer and she ALWAYS said hello to me and many times we would have full conversations for a half hour or more and/or share our stories!! Chick-fil-a will never be the same without her smiling face and she will never be forgotten. Prayers for Mr. Milton and the family.

Debra Moore

September 11, 2019

Oh my. Joyce had the most wonderful laugh. She bragged on those sons and those daughter in laws. Then the grands came. Wow. What a life well lived! I used to call her and say "Joyce, Are you still sleeping with the boss?" She would pause and chuckle and say "Yes, Hi Debra" I also used to tell her "I need Milton to train Butch."
SHE WAS A CHAMPION.
Love y'all Moore,
Debra

Deann Dugger

September 11, 2019

I am rejoicing that she is dancing in the streets of heaven ! At the same time I am also sad that we have lost such a light in this world ! She always had a smile and kind word for everyone in my family . We loved talking about our families and what exciting things were going on . She was a true reflection of Jesus !

Sondra Going

September 11, 2019

Milton,Brent, and Greg, Joyce was always so special to me and all my family. She was like a sister to Dianne and myself. Will always remember that infectious laugh of hers. She was always so strong I n her faith and love of her family. Know she is resting in the arms of Jesus today. You are all in our thoughts and prayers, love to all,Sondra and Eddie

Nancy & Jim Adkins

September 10, 2019

Joyce and Milton have been quiet, humble leaders in serving others especially at Second Baptist. They made a team that blessed our world. Chick-Fil-A was their platform for ministering. They helped with Second's Angels of Light year after year, feeding thousands with a hot Chick-Fil-A meal.

Joyce was the sweetest caring person who always looked beautiful with her million dollar smile. She gave her time to supporting Milton and their family, her pride and joy. Nancy will treasure the short time together at church on her last Sunday. Joyce was determined to walk again without her cane and come back to their Bible Study class, Cross Training, at the end of September. And, now, Praise God she walks pain free, cane free in Heaven's streets of gold.

It's our prayer that God will surround each of you with His tender loving arms and supply you with His comfort and peace. Joyce is now with Jesus!

Our deepest condolences and rejoicing on her GRADUATION,
Jim & Nancy Adkins

Zanetta Kelley

September 10, 2019

Joyce was a beautiful lady, inside and out. Always prim and proper. I loved seeing her weekly in Bible Study. Heaven gained a precious lady. She will be missed. God bless Milton and family.

Peggy Thomson

September 10, 2019

When Mike and I found a home to purchase near Joyce and Milton's, we peppered them with questions about the neighborhood. On the day we closed on our house, all harried from moving, we stopped by their Chick-fil-A. Joyce saw us and sat at our table while we ate. We loved every minute of our conversation. What a sweet memory and a wonderful welcome to our new home.

Bill & Sylvia Ingram

September 10, 2019

It was such a joy to know Joyce and have her, along with Milton, Brent and Greg in our choir program for several years at First Baptist, Baytown. We love you all and pray for you during this time of grief.

Mayor Allen Owen

September 10, 2019

Milton:
I am sorry to hear of your loss. You and Joyce have been such great supporters of our community for many years and she will be missed. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time, but she is with the Lord and in a better place. We will all see each other one day. May God hold you in his comforting arms and give you peace.

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