AJ Stubbs
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AJ Stubbs, a resident of Pride, LA, died on Sunday, June 28, 2020, at the age of 89. Visitation will be held at Sandy Creek Baptist Church, 22834 Liberty Road, Zachary, Louisiana on Tuesday, June 30, 2020, at 8:30am until funeral services at 10:00am, conducted by Rev. Tim Norris and Rev. Carey Long. Burial will follow at Sandy Creek Cemetery. He is survived by his wife of 70 years, Mattie (Cutrer); son, Dr. Malcolm J Stubbs, Lafayette; daughter Donna Kelly and her husband Bob of Zachary; grandchildren, Dr. Trevor Stubbs and his wife, Megan, of New York, New York, Hayden and Annelise Stubbs of Lafayette, Hannah Schmidt and her husband, Caleb, of Clinton, and Edwin Kelly and his wife, Claire, of Zachary; great-grandchildren, AJ Stubbs of New York, New York, and Vivian and Jackson Schmidt of Clinton; four sisters, Jeanette Hanna, Aline Newman, Gladys Almand, and Eunice Toney. He was preceded in death by his parents, Arthur Denmund and Pauline Glotz Stubbs, and his brother, AD Stubbs. Pallbearers will be Trevor Stubbs, Hayden Stubbs, Mark Stubbs, Edwin Kelly, Brent Hanna, Keith Toney, and Denny Newman. Honorary pallbearers are Jeff Almand, Joe McGraw, Robbie Robinson, and the deacons of Sandy Creek Baptist Church. AJ was a deacon at Sandy Creek Baptist Church where he enjoyed singing in the choir and driving the bus for Vacation Bible School. He was a Marine Corp. veteran, retired supervisor from the City of Baton Rouge, and a proud supporter of Central Private School. For many years, he enjoyed the friendly competition and relationships formed while bowling. The family would like to thank Marty Harper, Superior Home Health, and Modern Hospice for their compassion, friendship, skilled assistance, and for making AJ's final days peaceful and comfortable. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Sandy Creek Baptist Church Building Fund, P. O. Box 10, Pride, LA 70770 or Central Private School Building Fund, 12801 Centerra Court, Baker, LA 70714.

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Published in The Advocate from Jun. 29 to Jul. 3, 2020.
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July 1, 2020
Mrs Mattie, Donna and Malcolm, I know your hearts are heavy but Im sure youre smiling knowing that your precious leader is seated next to Jesus now. He was such a shinning example and proudly wore the armor of the Lord. He left so many with heartwarming thoughts. My prayers and thoughts are with you all.
Mary Odom
June 30, 2020
When I see words like "Christian gentleman," I see Mr. AJ's face. He was definitely a giant in the faith. We pray for Mrs. Mattie and the family. Loss is never easy; however, knowing his destination brings a smile to our hearts. So sorry that we can't be with you today.
Love, Jimmy and Laurie Gilpin
Laurie Gilpin
June 29, 2020
I will always remember his smile, jokes, and driving the church bus to pick me up. He was a faithful servant at the church, a fine example of a godly gentleman with a sweet, loving wife by his side every step of the way. ~Much love
Shelley Tucker Furr
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