Jennifer Hubbard Obituary, Death – Jennifer Kendrick Hubbard, who was 36 years old when she passed away on November 10, 2022, passed away in a quiet and calm manner. Jennifer Hoffmann Kendrick entered the world on March 1st, 1986 in Roswell, which is located in the state of Georgia. Deborah Hoffmann Freeman and Keith Kendrick are her mother and father, respectively. She was a beautiful young lady on the inside as well as on the outside as she graduated from Houston County High School in 2004. High school in the Houston County.
She was a skilled artist who spent her spare time engaging in a variety of creative activities, including painting, drawing, and partaking in other artistic interests. If she wasn’t hard at work creating something beautiful, you could definitely find her taking part in a game of some type, whether it was trivia or something else. In the first place, she was a devoted wife to her husband, and in the second place, she was a loving mother to her beautiful daughter. Her daughter was the shining star in her otherwise dark life. Jennifer’s religious upbringing began when she was a little kid, when she joined the Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart. William Kendrick, her grandpa, and Joe Hubbard, her father-in-law, both passed away before she did. She proceeded in the same manner as them.
Her devoted husband of thirteen years, Benjamin R. Hubbard, as well as her daughter, Autumn Rose Hubbard, in addition to her parents, Deborah Freeman of Warner Robins and Keith Kendrick (Teresa) of Kennesaw, in addition to her siblings, Nicole Kendrick of Woodstock, Lindsay Kendrick, Paige Kendrick, and Christopher Kendrick, all of Kennesaw; her grandparents, Jim and Ann Hoffmann of Macon and Barbara Kendrick of Warner Robins;
On the afternoon of Tuesday, November 15, 2022, at four o’clock in the afternoon until five o’clock in the evening, there will be a memorial service with Jennifer’s family held in her honor at the McCullough Funeral Home in her honor. After the visitation, a memorial ceremony paying tribute to her life will take place in the chapel of the McCullough Funeral Home at 5:00 p.m. on the same day. Monsignor Fred Nijem will preside over the event and serve as the officiant. The funeral and burial will be held in privacy. For those friends and family members who are unable to attend in person, the funeral service will be streamed live on the Facebook page of the McCullough Funeral Home at www.facebook.com/mcculloughfuneralhome/live/.