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Celebration of Life

1st Baptist Church - Plains, TX.
Monday May 24th, 2021
2:00pm

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Mrs. Sandra Cobb Resident of Plains, TX.

Mrs. Sandra J. Cobb, 77, of Plains, Tx, passed away on May 11, 2021, surrounded by her loving children and family.

Sandra was born on October 26,1943, to Clem Huckaby and Faye Robertson in Rotan, Tx.

Sandra was married for 62 years to Joe Cobb. She and Joe resided in Sunray, Tx for 25 years before moving to Plains.

To cherish her fondest memory, are her two daughters, Treon Cobb-Minall of Plains, Jackie Cobb- Nichols (Chad) of Big Spring and one son; Michel Cobb (Loya) of Lubbock.

Sandra also leaves behind has four siblings, one sister; Barbara Garner of Abilene, three brothers; James Huckaby of San Marcos, Jerry Huckaby (Debra) of Granite Falls, WA, and Ricky Huckaby (Desiree) of Levelland. Sandra also has five grandchildren: Colby Ortega, Chase Ortega (Lindsey), Kaitlyn Nichols (Donavan), Reagan Nichols, and Skye Cobb.

She is preceded in death by her mother; Faye Woolsey, stepfather; Ross Woolsey, father Clem Huckaby, and stepmother; Easter Huckaby, brother; Billy Jack Huckaby, and sister; Shirley Miller.

She was a woman of faith and attended the local Baptist church when she was able. She enjoyed spending time with her family and often made her way to relax at Lake LBJ, which she enjoyed the most. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the First Baptist Church of Plains bereavement ministry.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Monday, May 24, 2021, at 2pm at the First Baptist Church of Plains, TX.

Cremation arrangements are entrusted to the compassionate professionals of Grace Funeral Care.


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I have heard wonderful stories about her over the past 15 years. Prayers for each of you.

Tammy Morrison Halfmann May 12 2021 12:00 AM