Mary Hatch-Stubblefield

September 28, 1965

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Mary “Reese” Hatch-Stubblefield formerly of North Little Rock, was born September 28, 1965 to Mary Crosby and Eddie Hatch. She was the 4th of 10 children : Lisa, Edna(d), Eddie, Pamela, Tasha, No'Chelena(d), Chelena, Antionette and Ann. Mary went home to be with the Lord on July 9th. She worked for the Peabody Hotel, and (which later became) the Marriott Hotel in Downtown Little Rock. She a mother of 4 children : Eddie Cleo Hatch-Brimley, JoAnna, Brimley, Be'Atte Brimley and Virgil Ross Brimley Jr. and grandmother of 10 : Demetrius Hatch, Maliya Brimley, Adrianna Foster, Ka'Letta' Martin, Jaylei Martin, Jeffrey Martin Jr., Kennedy Brimley, Virgil Brimley lll, Tanaya Brown and Jayden Thornton  Mary had the most beautiful soul and was a mother to all. She
cared for everyone and anyone who may have needed the love of a mother or the loyalty of a friend. Mary was an independent and extremely bright individual. As an entrepreneur and the founder of Jesus Helping Hands. She has always been an inspiration to everyone around her.  she was a unique woman of faith, a woman that was not afraid to take on work that needed to be done. If it was electrical, she did it. If was plumbing, yep she did that too. Oh, even if it meant putting up a wall, wow she's done that before. Her smile was so beautiful and genuine, she had a heart that was to be trusted and admired. She loved God, her family, people and pets of all kinds. She was one of those kind of people who would literally give you her last dime. She was an entrepreneur in many aspects, she owned and operated the 1st American Tax Services of North Little Rock. She always stayed informed on the latest tax issues and updates.

Memories of you will live on as long as I am alive
As long as I am breathing your presence will never die
Reminiscing about you has me shedding tears that I can’t  control
You’ll always be “My Queen of Hearts and the Food to My Soul”.

She leaves to cherish her love. Her children; Eddie, JoAnna, Be'Atte, Virgil and a host of other relatives and friends. The family had a private memorial service in Mississippi.

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“The Cross in My Pocket”

Was always her words of wisdom. A wonderful read... 


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