“Though the clouds may hang over, there will be a brighter day; in the land, they call Heaven; God shall wipe all tears away. We shall behold the Lamb of God sitting on the Throne, there’ll be no more crying, no more weeping, trouble will be gone. Hallelujah, there’ll be joy forever more, when we reach that other shore”.
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Ms. Jacqueline Hubbard who entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, March 30, 2022 at the Birchwood Park Rehabilitation and Nursing Facility in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Celebration of Life services will take place on Saturday, April 9, 2022 beginning at noon at the United House of Prayer For All People in Chesapeake, Virginia. She will lie in repose from 11:00am until time of service.
Jacqueline received her early education in the Chesapeake Public Schools System and graduated from Great Bridge High School. She went into the U.S Army and retired as Sergeant with an honorable discharge after 11 years of service. Her career in the military included work as a Primary Specialist in Personnel Management and an Administrative Specialist. During her military service, Jacqueline received many honors and awards including an Overseas Ribbon and a National Defense Medal. Her military career enabled her to travel around the world. Her second career was working at Eastern Virginia Medical School working in Medical Records.
Jacqueline’s home church was the United House of Prayer for All People which she attended every Sunday as a little girl with her family. Jacqueline also enjoyed riding her motorcycle, and she was a member of a motorcycle club. Jacqueline loved her family and friends and getting together for good times.
Jacqueline, known affectionately as Jackie by her friends and family, was always there to support her son Paul in his accomplishments and never missed her grandaughter Saya’s birthday. The family was a top priority for her whether she was attending family reunions, holiday dinners or graduations or just walking in the neighborhood for exercise she made it an event and shared it with family.
Cheering for the Denver Broncos and against any team that played them gave Jackie joy. She had an infectious laugh and a bubbly personality. You could always count on her for the truth. You could count on her beautiful smile. Jackie will be missed deeply.
Jacqueline is preceded in death by her parents Ellis and Catherine Sivels Sr. and bother Herbert Sivels. Left to mourn her lost are her son Paul Hubbard Jr, and her former husband Paul Hubbard Sr, and granddaughter Saya; three brothers Ellis O. Sivels Jr. (Annette Sivels), Terrance Simons Sr. (Monica), Salah Abdullah (Nadia); three sisters Shane T. Crum, Sharon Anderson, Stephanie Williams; and host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
Adkins Memorial Funeral Home is serving the Hubbard Family with excellence, love and care during their time of bereavement.
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