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Becky Hubbell was my aunt and also a long time employee of SU! and the main part of her job was to assist upper level demonstrators. I don't know how many of you on here knew her, but she was definitely loved by those who did.
I am sad to have to report that she died late last night, her tired body unable to fight the cancer anymore.
For those that she worked with directly, she loved you very much and often spoke to me excitedly about "her ladies". Her craft room was filled with the beautiful cards and creations that were sent to her throughout the years from these wonderful demonstrators. Thank you so much for giving her such happiness and making her job seem more like playtime.
I had never heard of your Aunt Becky but i want to share my sincerest condolences with you. I'm so sorry for your loss. I hope that your family will be able to find peace in the happy memories you have of her.
Heartfelt wishes for you and your family during this time. While I did not know her, you state she was a long time employee of SU. Know that you have good personal memories of her, and that her creativity will continue in the lives of those she touched.
Amy, people such as your Aunt will be remembered by many, but among the closeknit family of stampers, her legacy will be forever cherished. May God bring you and your family strength and comfort at this time. Blessings, always. Mickey