Sibyl M. Hobbs © Enid News and Eagle 01-18-2018 Submitted by: Glenn
Graveside service for Sibyl Hobbs, 105, is 2 p.m. Saturday, January 20, 2018, at Memorial Park Cemetery with Chaplain Drew Drawbridge officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Anderson-Burris Funeral Home.
Sibyl was born June 19, 1912, in Sapulpa, Oklahoma, to John and Sarah Rollins Cress, and died January 16, 2018, in Enid. She grew up on a farm near Beggs, Oklahoma. On August 13, 1929, she married Denzel Hobbs in Okmulgee, Oklahoma. They lived in Oklahoma and Detroit. After WWII, they lived in southern California. Sibyl moved to Enid in 1977. She was a member of Central Assembly of God Church. She loved her family, gardening, cooking, traveling and camping.
Sibyl was preceded in death by her husband, three brothers, and two sisters.
She is survived by two daughters, Mary Lee Rush, and Phyllis Kay Long and husband Jim, all of Enid; two grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren.
Guestbook and online condolences at www.AndersonBurris.com.
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