Thomasville Times Enterprise


March 7, 2014

Minnie Ola Grubbs

THOMASVILLE — Services for Minnie Ola Grubbs "Miss Munt", 87, of Quincy, Fla., are at noon, Saturday, March 8, 2014, at at St. John COGIC in Quincy. Mrs. Grubbs died Thursday, Feb. 27, at home. She was born in Headland, Ala., on March 2, 1926, to Willie Sanford King and Cuba Lee Lawrence King. She was married to Herman Grubbs in 1945, and was a faithful member of First Elizabeth Missionary Baptist Church, Quincy. She was preceded in death by her parents, Willie Sanford and Cuba Lee King; her husband, Herman Grubbs; her sister, Mary Gee; brother, James King; and great-grandson, Cameron Kenon. She is survived by her daughters, Carrie McGhee, Linda Mack (Patrick), Sandra DuPont (Stanley) and Jennifer Scott (Stewart); her sons, James Grubbs and Dennis Baker, Thomas Grubbs (Tonya), Rickine Grubbs (Patricia), Joe Grubbs (Annette) and Bridgett Baker (Sharon); her sisters, Earline Figgers and Christine Sconiers and Emma Jean Posey (Willie); brothers, Joe King and Daniel King; aunt, Gussie Allen; 32 grandchildren 54 great-grandchildren, 12 great-great grandchildren and other relatives and friends. — Bradwell Mortuary

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