[Funeral Program for Mildred Mercer Hubbard, January 2, 1988] Page: 2 of 3
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As roses bloom and roses die
So too our soul must one day fly.
To meet our Maker face to face
And share with Him a greater place.
Above the clouds beyond the rain
There is a world that bears no pain.
And there we meet with the one we love
Who has gone to be with God above.
Mrs. Mildred Mercer Hubbard was born in Georgetown,
Texas, July k, 1908. She was the third child of the union of
Ralph and Eva Mercer, who preceded her in death.
In San Saba, Texas, she met and married Mr. Theodore R.
Galloway, to this union was born three children, Helen
Theresa, Theodore R., Jr. and Charles Edward. Helen
preceded her in death.
After living many years in California, she returned to San
Antonio and united with New Mount Pleasant Baptist
She met and married Brother Sheilie Hubbard and moved
her membership to Friendship Baptist Church. Brother
Hubbard preceded her in death in 1985.
Mrs. Hubbard entered into eternal rest December 29,
1987 at 3:20 p.m.
She leaves to cherish her memory two sons, Theodore R.
Galloway, Jr., San Antonio, Texas and Ralph E. Galloway,
Los Angeles, Calif.; daughter-in-law, Aleene J. Galloway;
one grandson, Ralph E. Galloway, Downey, Calif.; one
granddaughter, Ada J. Williams, Los Angeles, Calif.; three
great grandsons, Keirstin and Matthew Galloway, Downey,
Calif, and Carl E. Williams, Los Angeles, Calif.; one niece,
Mildred Lanell Richardson; one nephew, James W. Thomas;
numerous great and great, great nieces and nephews,
cousins, Mrs. Wilma Rose, El Paso, Texas, Mrs. Myrtle
Tabor, Corpus Christi, Texas and Mrs. Scottie Kenman,
ORDER OF SERVICE
Prayer Rev. C. Wm. Black, Jr.
Sister Mabel Bailey
Resolution The Church
Ministers' and Deacons' Wives
Remarks Rev. C. Wm. Black, Jr. and others
Sermon Archield, Sr.
We the family wish to express our gratefulness for all
the kindness and love shown during this period. It is
comforting to know that there are so many friends and
love ones to respond in such a beautiful way. May God
bless you all.
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