Jessica Dawn “Jessi” Hubbard

Jessica Dawn Hubbard, 23, joined her Savior on October 28, 2019. She died at her home in Springdale, Arkansas. Jessi was born on February 2, 1996, in Dallas, Texas, to Charles Winston Hubbard and Vicki Charlene Cowan Taunton.  She is survived by her parents, her sister Reagan Leigh, her paternal grandmother Donita Hubbard Ritchie, her paternal grandfather Charles Walter Hubbard and wife Joan, her maternal grandmother Terry Cowan Carros, her maternal grandfather Norm Gniewek, her great uncle John Chadwick, her uncle Will Hubbard and wife Nicole, her aunt Tammy Cowan Gattis and husband Tim, her uncle Todd Cowan and wife Dorcas, her uncle Phil Cowan and wife Melinda, her aunt Dawn Cowan Crew, her aunt Karen Ferling and husband Richard, her uncle Steve Ritchie and wife Dee Ann, her uncle Mike Ritchie, and numerous cousins in the Cowan and Hubbard families.

Jessi was a graduate of Guyer High School in Denton, Texas, and a proud member of the color guard in the Wildcat Band. She graduated from Northwest Arkansas Community College in May, 2019, with a Associate of Arts degree.  She was on the dean’s list and a member of the National Leadership Society. Upon graduation, she became an assistant teacher at the Elizabeth Richardson Center in Fayetteville, where she loved working with the other teachers and the children in the Monkeys’ class.

Jessi was a faithful and dedicated believer who loved sharing her faith with others and encouraging them to join her at Cross Church in Fayetteville. She had a tender heart for others who had any challenges, whether physical, mental, or emotional and reached out to help them in whatever way she could. She served in the Children’s Ministry at Cross Church, loving and being loved by the second graders.

Jessi had a zest for life which was as infectious as her smile. She had a whimsical sense of humor and was a creatively gifted artist. She treasured time spent with family and friends, sharing her heart openly. Everyone knew she loved Jesus, her church, and her country. She also loved nature, travel, Thanksgiving, animals, music and especially classic country music, fashion, home decor, and fragrances. Jessi was an avid sports fan and loved her Razorbacks with a passion. Most of all, she loved helping others and working with children. She had a sweet spirit and touched the life of everyone who knew her.

A service celebrating her life was Saturday, November 2, at Cross Church in Fayetteville with interment at Fairview Memorial Gardens in Fayetteville.

To honor Jessi, a donation in her name to the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance would be appreciated. (On the TSA Facebook page or by mail to 801 Roeder Rd, Suite 750, Silver Springs, MD 20910.

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Jennifer Lawson

Jess was such a beautiful soul! I love how she called me Ms. Jenn!!! She will be missed, I loved her positive attitude and cute stories that she would always share with me anytime I saw her. She always had a smile on her face for everyone!!!

Anne Alderman
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Anne Alderman

Jessi had such a sweet spirit and pure soul. She was a bridesmaid in my younger son’s wedding and even came to our home Bible studies a number of times. Jessi touched many lives in her short time here on earth. She knew the Word of God and loved the Lord deeply. Simply put, we will miss her and her positive attitude as she was such a breath of fresh air to everyone she met.

Carol Wade and family
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Carol Wade and family

Our sincere condolences to the Hubbard family. Jess was a joy and her sweet spirit will be missed here on Earth. She was a light shining bright and will continue to shine on all who knew and loved her. Continued prayers of healing.

Toyya Count and Michelle Warren
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Toyya Count and Michelle Warren

Our hearts and prayers go out to the family at this difficult time.

Troy Belote
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Troy Belote

I never had the pleasure of meeting this young lady but I new her grandmother Donita. My prayers go out to the Father for comfort from Him to her parents and Grandmother. Troy Belote