Elaine Hubbard

March 19, 1950November 18, 2016

Dr. Elaine Marjorie Hubbard, 66, a lifelong resident of Woodstock, Georgia, passed away November 18, 2016. She was born on March 19, 1950, in Canton, Georgia. Elaine attended Woodstock Elementary School and graduated valedictorian of her class from Cherokee High School. In 1970 she graduated from what was then Kennesaw Junior College and went on to earn her Doctorate in Mathematics from Georgia Tech. In 1975 she began her career as a mathematics professor at Kennesaw College and she was the first person to graduate from Kennesaw and return to teach. She did her post -doctoral work as a Math Professor in Residence at the University of Delaware from 1981-1982.She retired on November 1, 2003. Elaine was extremely active in the community, serving in various positions on the Sequoyah Regional Library System and with the Kennesaw College Alumni Association. Elaine was a founding member of what was then called the Woodstock Centennial Commission and now is Preservation Woodstock, Inc. In 2009 she was chosen by them as Woodstock’s Citizen of the Year, 10 years after her father won the same award. In 2001, Elaine was the recipient of Kennesaw’s Distinguished Teaching Award. She also co-wrote 13 mathematics textbooks. Elaine was also a founding member of the Hightower Trail Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She enjoyed fishing, gardening and walking. Elaine was a loving daughter and loyal friend. Throughout her life, she touched many and will be deeply missed by those who knew her. She was preceded in death by her father, Glenn Hubbard. Elaine leaves behind her mother, Marjorie Hubbard, and cousins, Patricia Pope and Bobby Hubbard. A funeral service will be Wednesday, November 23, 2016 at 11:00am in the chapel of Woodstock Funeral Home. Visitation hours will be Tuesday, November 22, 2016, from 6-8pm and Wednesday from 9-11am. In lieu of flowers, those who prefer, may send donations in memory of Elaine to one of the following charities: The Georgia Tech Foundation,, Reinhardt University, or the Sequoyah Regional Library System,

Arrangements under the direction of Woodstock Funeral Home, Woodstock, GA.


  • Visitation

    Tuesday, November 22, 2016

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, November 23, 2016

  • Celebration Of Life

    Wednesday, November 23, 2016

  • Burial

    Wednesday, November 23, 2016


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Judith Slater-Moody

March 3, 2017

I am so saddened to have just learned of Elaine's passing. She and I were born only two days apart and our mothers' were in the hospital at the same time.

Elaine always challenged me to be better academically. I could never compete with her brilliance and quick thinking. My love to her family and friends. Woodstock has lost a great icon for sure!

Carol Granger

December 1, 2016

I grew up in Woodstock with Elaine. While she was a couple of years behind me in school, we always had a friendship that I treasured through the years. Once I moved away I lost contact with Elaine and was only recently informed that she was ill. I will always regret not finding the time during the holidays to visit her. Blessings of comfort, strength and peace to her Mother and other family at this sad time.

Bill Landrum

November 30, 2016

Elaine was a 2nd cousin of mine, but I rarely got to see her due to my living in the Detroit, MI area for most of the past 40 years. We did correspond by email some, and I was always impressed with her accomplishments. I think of her mother along and along, and wish her the best.

Judith Howard

November 29, 2016

The "Daughers" of Captain Edward Hagin, NSDAR of Dallas, GA wish to express our deepest sympathies to the family of our Georgia DAR "Sister". In reading of her life's accomplishments, it is obvious she has touched the lives of many people in most meaningful ways. We believe "Dr. Elaine" will be solely missed by all with whom she has met along life's journey.

Lynn J. Harburn, Regent
Angela Holland, Vice-Regent
Hilda Shipp, Treasurer (& Past Regent)
Liz LeCour, Registrar
(Posted on behalf of our chapter, by Judy Howard, Corresponding Secretary & Recording Secretary)

A Bible Verse:
"But as it is written, Eye has not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love Him."
First Corinthians 2:9~The Holy Bible

Dan Leslie

November 23, 2016

Elaine was always friendly to anyone she met and respectful of everyone regardless of their status. She should have been our president

November 23, 2016

I always respected Elaine's input on the Library Board, both as an employee and as a Board member after I retired. We lost a great lady!
Mary Ellen Johnson

Regina C Groover

November 23, 2016

I am proud to say that Elaine Hubbard was my friend! We enjoyed many Cherokee basketball games sitting together. It was so fun just to be with her! Later in our teaching careers, Elaine would kid me and say that if I did a better job of teaching my elementary students, she wouldn't have to teach remedial classes in college. She was so amazing to be around. I got a big "kick" out of telling people that I was friends with a college math professor who had written math books. She was so smart but never made me feel insignificant. I was so blessed to get to spend time with her and I will greatly miss her! What wonderful contributions she made to our world!

Barbara (Ragsdale) Moreno

November 23, 2016

Majorie and family, please accept my condolences, and know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. I just read about Elaine on social media this morning. I have thought about her so often over the years and hold memories of our childhood dear to my heart. She taught me how to climb trees and play ball and made summers with Grandmother a special time. Sharing in your sorrow, with love and friendship.

Joan McFather

November 23, 2016

It must have been in my first, or possibly second, year of teaching English at Cherokee High when I first met Elaine. Over the years we served on the Sequoyah Regional Library Board together and I was aware of her many other activities. A beautiful person with a loving and thoughtful heart--she will be missed.

Dan Parker

November 22, 2016

Elaine was 18 years old and a high school senior when I first came to know her and the family. She is one of the most thoughtful, caring, genuine people anyone could ever meet. As an older teenager Elaine was one of the most mature young people I have ever known. Through the years as I have talked with her on occasion, I have found her to be the magnification of all her younger qualities. She will truly be missed, until we meet her again in heaven, where her Christian faith will have been completed, and where she and Homer Hughes will walk together again.