Hilda Faye Turney Stubblefield
February 15, 1919 -
October 24, 2012

Visitation

Service 

October 26, 2012
2:30 p.m.

Interment

Obituary

Graveside service for Hilda Faye Turney Stubblefield, age 93 of Fayetteville, will be conducted Friday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. at Rose Hill Cemetery with Rev. Ann Hatcher officiating. Burial will be beside her husband C.C. Stubblefield. Mrs. Stubblefield passed away Wednesday night in Donalson Care Center.

A native of Lincoln County, Mrs. Stubblefield was the daughter of the late Levoy and Bessie Armstrong Turney. She was retired from Scovill Manufacturing and a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

Survivors include two sons, Don Stubblefield and wife Patricia of Fayetteville and Lynn Stubblefield and wife Peggy of Nashville, five grandchildren Lisa and Gus Palas (Deah), Teresa Baker (Josh, Lexi and Julian), Heather Donahue (Riley), Shari and Gary LaFayette (Bradley, Andrew, Alex, Jadyn and Kaylee), Kristi and Jeff Nieball (Kendall and Carter) and one great-great grandchild Chloe LaFayette and sister-in-law Martha Posey of Fayetteville.

Mrs. Stubblefield was preceded in death by great grandson Michael Ruben Donahue.

There will be no visitation at the funeral home prior to graveside service.

Higgins Funeral Home is assisting the family of Hilda Faye Turney Stubblefield.

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5 Comments

  1. Richard Wright

    My sympathy to the Stubblefield family.My God bless you.

    Reply
  2. Peggy G. Bevels

    So sorry to hear of your loss. May your beautiful memories carry you through this difficult time.

    God Bless,
    Virgil and Peggy G. Bevels

    Reply
  3. Joyce Riggs

    Lynn and Family,

    Had word from your friend Richard Wright tonight about your loss. It is never easy to lose your mother, even though they have lived a long life. Please accept my sincere sympathy.

    I still feel that I possibly knew your mom as a possible neighbor to my aunt on West College Street, way back when we used to visit there.

    Lynn, I hope you are doing well, and I miss seeing your posts and your chats on the Lincoln County Fayetteville Facebook site.

    Just wanted you to know I am thinking of you at this sad time.

    Joyce Park Riggs

    Reply
  4. Richard Moyers

    Hilda, with her mom and dad, my “Auntie” and “Uncle Bush,” meant more to me than I can express. My sister, Dottie (92) was very close to Hilda. In fact, the two families (my mother and Hilda’s mother were sisters) were very close for many years.
    Thank you for offering me this opportunity to share my love for Hilda.

    Reply
  5. Bill Kimes

    Roy Moyers sent me an e-mail to tell me that Hilda had died. Ninety three is a long time to liive. Martha and I visited her last year. We had a good time after she could realize who I was.

    She brought me up to date on her “two boys”. I remember that I was once in touch via e=mail with one of you for some time. I hope that we can get “acquainted” again!

    When I was young I thought Hilda was the prettiest girl that I knew. I defiinitely thought that Aunt Bess was the sweetest person I knew.

    I do wish that I could come up for the funeral but I have several obligations that don’t permit.

    I guess we are third cousins. I keep in touch with Roy and Richard sends me tons of e-mail.

    You have my deepest sympathy.

    Reply

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5 Comments

  1. Richard Wright

    My sympathy to the Stubblefield family.My God bless you.

    Reply
  2. Peggy G. Bevels

    So sorry to hear of your loss. May your beautiful memories carry you through this difficult time.

    God Bless,
    Virgil and Peggy G. Bevels

    Reply
  3. Joyce Riggs

    Lynn and Family,

    Had word from your friend Richard Wright tonight about your loss. It is never easy to lose your mother, even though they have lived a long life. Please accept my sincere sympathy.

    I still feel that I possibly knew your mom as a possible neighbor to my aunt on West College Street, way back when we used to visit there.

    Lynn, I hope you are doing well, and I miss seeing your posts and your chats on the Lincoln County Fayetteville Facebook site.

    Just wanted you to know I am thinking of you at this sad time.

    Joyce Park Riggs

    Reply
  4. Richard Moyers

    Hilda, with her mom and dad, my “Auntie” and “Uncle Bush,” meant more to me than I can express. My sister, Dottie (92) was very close to Hilda. In fact, the two families (my mother and Hilda’s mother were sisters) were very close for many years.
    Thank you for offering me this opportunity to share my love for Hilda.

    Reply
  5. Bill Kimes

    Roy Moyers sent me an e-mail to tell me that Hilda had died. Ninety three is a long time to liive. Martha and I visited her last year. We had a good time after she could realize who I was.

    She brought me up to date on her “two boys”. I remember that I was once in touch via e=mail with one of you for some time. I hope that we can get “acquainted” again!

    When I was young I thought Hilda was the prettiest girl that I knew. I defiinitely thought that Aunt Bess was the sweetest person I knew.

    I do wish that I could come up for the funeral but I have several obligations that don’t permit.

    I guess we are third cousins. I keep in touch with Roy and Richard sends me tons of e-mail.

    You have my deepest sympathy.

    Reply

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