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Martha Rae (Jubert) Wilson

1940 - 2013 Obituary Condolences
Martha Rae (Jubert) Wilson Obituary
Martha Rae (Jubert) Wilson

(Dec. 18, 1940 - Dec. 30, 2013)

Martha was born to the late Martin Jubert and Hazel Mae Maddox on Dec. 18, 1940, in Lake Charles, La. She had two brothers Ernest Jubert (Jean), of Cleveland, Ohio, and Othal Lee Frazier, of Phoenix. She also had three sisters Barbara Ann Frazier (deceased), Judy L. Frazier, Chicago, Ill., and Pearl E. Sayas (Reginald), Lake Charles, La.

Martha was raised in a Christian home and accepted Christ in her life at an early age. As a faithful servant and true believer in the word of God, when Martha fell ill she continued to share the word of God through her inspirational phone calls to many until her death.

Martha was a faithful, loyal, dedicated and committed member of Corinth Baptist Church, Alamogordo. She served for several years as President of the Senior Women's Ministry (Women's Missionary Union) of Corinth Baptist Church. The group focused on education, training and involving women in local and foreign missions.

She served as Chairlady for foreign missions for the New Hope District Association and the Mt. Olive Baptist State Convention with particular emphasis on support for a hospital in Malawi. This hospital was originally constructed to provide maternity care. It is presently taxed to the limit attempting to provide medical care for patients infected with HIV and Aids. Her efforts within the local community included support for a local domestic violence shelter and assisting previously incarcerated women transition back into society. Martha worked outside of the home for more than 20 years as a military base librarian, food service worker and a custodial worker.

Martha enjoyed reading the Bible, doing word search puzzles and watching TV. Her favorite channel was TV Land. She was a loyal Los Angeles Lakers fan. She also enjoyed sewing, cleaning and she loved to cook.

Martha Rae Wilson is survived by her husband of 34 years, Meron J. Wilson, and her sons John M. Jubert (Patrese) of Jacksonville, Fla., Leon Gough II (Bruna) of Los Angeles, Calif., and Stepson Marcus Wilson (Tonia), Phenix City, Ala.; her one and only daughter Deidra D. Haralson (Floyd) of Manassas, Va.; 11 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.

The family of Martha Rae Wilson wishes to thank you for your prayers, which increased our faith; your kind words, which encouraged our saddened hearts; and your presence, which has given us a listening ear and a shoulder to lean on. Thank you for the food you prepared; It has helped us to maintain our physical strength. The lovely cards and beautiful floral arrangements have helped to brighten our days. It is our prayer that God may continue to bless each of you.

Public viewing will be from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014, at Alamogordo Funeral Home. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014, at Corinth Baptist Church, 400 Delaware Ave., in Alamogordo. Burial services will follow at Monte Vista Cemetery.

The Wilson family has entrusted their loved one to the care of Alamogordo Funeral Home to direct the arrangements.

Published in Alamogordo Daily News from Jan. 10 to Feb. 9, 2014
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