Mrs. Barbara Ann Stubbs Hammond

Mrs. Barbara Ann Stubbs Hammond, age 77, of Hollis Road in Yatesville, passed Thursday, Feb. 9, 2023, at Upson Regional Medical Center.

Funeral services were held Monday, Feb. 13, at Salem Baptist Church. Pastor Maurice Raines officiated, assisted by Pastor Honkeithviles Respress and Evangelist Sandra T. Trice. Interment was in Salem Cemetery.

Mrs. Hammond was educated in the public schools of Upson County. She was a member of Salem Baptist Church, where she served on the Usher Ministry and the Deaconess Ministry. She also was a member of the Love Club.

She was employed by William Carter Company as a sewer. After it closed, she was employed by LAT Sportswear and lastly at Walmart as a greeter.

She is survived by her husband, Mr. James Hammond, Jr. of Yatesville; three children, Mr. Ronnie (Maxine) Stubbs of Roberta, Mr. Kenneth (Jeannette) Stubbs, and Mrs. Vicki (Antonio) Hammond, all of Macon; two stepchildren, Mr. Alton (Minister Diane) Hammond of Culloden, and Mr. Ed. (Pam) Hammond of Thomaston; 19 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Ida Smith and Mrs. Thedy (Johnathan) Leonard of Thomaston, and Mrs. Shirley (Raymond) Clark of Twentynine Palms, Calif.; six brothers, Mr. Grady (Effie) Smith, Jr., Mr. James Barnnetta) Smith, Mr. Mose (Linda) Smith, Mr. Kenneth (Mary Ann) Smith, all of Thomaston, Mr. Edward (Debra) Smith, Sr. of Culloden, and Mr. Joseph (Farah) Smith of Forsyth; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives and friends.

Trice Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

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