A longtime Elmwood Community resident and a centenarian of Franklin, Kentucky and formerly of the Elmwood Community, died at the Franklin Medical Center in Franklin, Kentucky.
Mrs. Alice Wallace Hubbard, a homemaker, was pronounced deceased at the age of 100 at 11:25 p.m. on Thursday evening December 28, 2023.
Funeral services for Mrs. Hubbard were conducted on Saturday afternoon January 6th at 1 p.m. at the Crafton Funeral Home in Franklin. 3 p.m. Saturday afternoon graveside services were conducted at the Earps Family Cemetery in the Graveltown Community and burial followed beside her husband, Earl.
Born Alice Mai Wallace in Smith County on March 29, 1923, she was the daughter of the late Clarence Odell Wallace and Lucy Mai Dickens Wallace.
She was preceded in death on April 27, 2001 by Helms Bend Community native, Earl Hubbard, to whom she was united in marriage on May 22, 1940.
Also preceding her in death was a sister, Robbie Wallace Burnett, and three brothers, Bobby and Toby Wallace and an infant brother, William D. Wallace who died as an infant at the age of 15 days of age.
A daughter, Evelyn Apple and two grandsons, Mark and Mike Apple also preceded Mrs. Alice in death.
She was saved at an early age and was a member of the Hope Missionary Baptist Church in Manchester, Tennessee.
Survivors include her daughter, Janice Hubbard of Franklin, Kentucky; two sisters, Frances Wallace Williams of Nashville and Charlene Wallace Cudall of Gallatin; brother, Odell Wallace; grandson, Matt Apple and wife Debra; five great-grandchildren, Ryan Apple and wife Cassie, Ethan Apple and wife Sophie, Vicky Apple Thompson and husband Patric, Andy Apple, and Thomas Apple; four great-great-grandchildren, Andy, Aiden, Lily, and Luke Apple.
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