Rebecca “Becky” Stubblefield

It is with profound sadness, that we announce the passing of Rebecca “Becky” Stubblefield, age 68, with family by her side in her home. She was born and raised in Jackson, MS, where she married her soulmate of 48 years, Roger Stubblefield.

Becky was a dedicated mother first and foremost. She treasured her three girls and embraced every moment with them. She especially loved her role as Nana to seven grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Bobbie Nell Hoffart, and her sister, Peggy Roberts.

Becky is survived by her husband Roger Stubblefield; daughters, Mendy McEntee and husband Robert, Laura Yonts and husband Sean, and Dana Griffith; grandchildren, Jackson Griffith, Noah Griffith, Samuel Moon, Micah Griffith, Isabella Griffith, Daniel McEntee, and Charles Moon. She is also survived by her father, Major Charles McGowan.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations be made in Becky’s honor to MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas.

9 Comments

  1. Kathy an danny perry

    So sorry hear of this she was such a very sweet lady our hearts an prayers goes out to the family

  2. Mendy

    Momma,
    I miss you already so very much. You did it! I’m so honored to have been there with you and walked with you as far as I could. Until we see each other again…know I miss you and love you very much.

  3. Mary Ann Russell

    How do you find the words to say how much you love and will miss a family member who has been your little sister and trusted friend for fifty years.
    We have cried together, rejoiced together, looked out for each other if we felt someone had treated them unfairly. Worried about our parents when they just wanted to be their own boss.
    Becky lived out of Miss. many years but we always was so glad to see each other when we could. We were always just a phone call away. We never hung up the phone without saying I love You!
    I love you girl and I sure will miss you but I know you are with your precious savior surrounded by love and family who were waiting to welcome you home.

  4. Judy McGowan Loftin

    My sweet, beautiful, precious cousin, I love you and miss you being here. You were always here for me. Taking me from playing with dolls to make-up and riding around Shoney’s with Peggy as our driver, what fun we had!! I can hardly wait to see you both again one day. Love you!!

  5. Dana

    I’ll love you til the cows come home, momma.
    You’re forever my best girl

  6. Dana

    I’ll love you til the cows come home, momma.
    You’re forever my best girl.

  7. Izzy

    I love you so much Nana and I can not express the words of how much you have helped me the past years of my life I sit in bed and cry myself to sleep every night but I can’t go on anyore because of how much I love you and I mn crying right now I love you to the moon and back forever and always Nana 😢 Izzy your favorite and only granddaughter

  8. Izzy

    Nana I love you so much and I miss you so much and I have no idea how to live my life and I can’t express in words how much you’ve helped me in my life and I miss you so much I love everybody who’s like you and one day I can’t wait to tell my kids about my grandmother

  9. Izzy

    I love you to the moon and back forever and always nana

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