Rosie Mae Hubbard graced this world with her presence on March 19, 1939 to the late Leonard and Dolrene Brown Tillis. She was a very devoted and loving wife, mother, grandmother, aunt, friend, and an excellent cook. She touched the lives of many she came in contact with. Rosie was a graduate of H.B. Pemberton High School in Marshall, Texas.
She had an unwavering faith in God. At an early age she accepted Christ and was baptized at Macedonia Baptist Church, Marshall, Texas. She served as the musician for both Macedonia Baptist Church and Evergreen Baptist Church youth choir. She and her late husband, Deacon Earnest Hubbard united with Community First Baptist Church under the leadership of the late Reverend C.H. Gerald and continued under the leadership of Reverend Dr. M.O. Gerald, Sr. She remained an active servant until her health failed.
She was predeceased by many whom she loved and adored dearly: her parents, devoted husband, and her siblings: Odis and Nelson Tillis.
She is survived by her children who will carry her in their hearts forever: Debra Martin (Pastor Glen), Harvis Pruitt, Gerrell Moore, and Derrell Moore (Jamie). Siblings: Noble Tillis (Sandra), Ardis Tillis (Annette) and Audray Tillis (Thelma). Grandchildren: Sasha Moore, Briandelyn Moore, Gerrell Moore, Jr., Alexander Pruitt, Imani Pruitt, and Ercel Ramon Martin. Uncles: Reverend David and Norris Ferrell and many nephews, nieces, cousins, and friends who will cherish her memories.
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