Judith Fay Hubler, (Mayfield) 68, died January 29, 2018, at her home Temecula, CA. surrounded by her family. She was born on December 29, 1949, in Long Beach, Calif. to the late Charles H. and Frances V. (Gurley) Mayfield. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and friend. She leaves behind her husband of 52 years, Edward Hubler, two children, Rita and Brian and 1 granddaughter, Alison. A wife, a mother, and a grandma too, this is the legacy we have from you. You taught us love and how to fight, you gave us strength, you gave us might. A stronger person would be hard to find, and in your heart, you were always kind. You fought for us all in one way or another, not just as a wife not just as a mother. For all of us you gave your best, now the time has come for you to rest. So go in peace, you’ve earned your sleep, your love in our hearts, we’ll eternally keep Family ties are lasting bonds that is woven into each of our hearts. To keep a family close in thought, together or apart, I’ll Love you forever Judy and we could never forget you.

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  1. Judy was the beloved baby sister of my grandma, Sharon Clark. I was beyond saddened to hear of Judy’s passing but even more heartbroken that no one on that side of the family could share the loss with her sister with my grandma as we all would have come to pay our respects and finding out so many months later, really sucks. The Mayfield children ended up being pretty divided due to having a emotionally cruel and selfish Mother (Frances Mittlieder (Gurley)) and while they hung out when they were younger with their families, as everyone got older and moved, distance and time separated them more. It’d been almost 10 years since I saw Judy but my impression of her was always good and the way my grandma talked about her….well… she really loved her baby sister and they spoke within the last couple of years but as time went on it was increasingly harder to get ahold of her. I hope Judy is at peace and someday she’ll be reunited with my grandma again and her brother Chuck who passed away within the past few years. I do often wonder, if our entire family line would have been different if Frances had showed her children love and compassion, instead of all the meanness and pain which made her daughters feel they had to flee the house as soon as possible because they weren’t treated as daughters should by their mothers. Judy, I know the stories of our family. I know how rough you had it when you were a Mayfield. May you finally be at peace and know no more pain. You were loved by ALL of your family, I wish I could have known you better.

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