Ann Hubbard Mays

  • Born: April 22, 1928
  • Died: December 25, 2017
  • Location: Charleston, South Carolina

J. Henry Stuhr West Ashley Chapel

3360 Glenn McConnell Parkway
Charleston, SC 29414

Tel. (843) 763.7664

Tribute & Message From The Family

Message From The Family

Thank you for your support during this difficult time. Please enhance this tribute to Ann by adding your memories and photos.

Ann Hubbard Mays, 89, of Charleston, South Carolina, wife of the late Kennyth Warren Mays, entered into eternal rest Monday, December 25, 2017. Her Funeral Service will be held Thursday, December 28, 2017 at Holy Spirit Lutheran Church, 3075 Bees Ferry Road at 1:00 p.m. Interment will follow in Live Oak Memorial Gardens. The family will receive friends Thursday at Holy Spirit Lutheran Church from 12:30 p.m. until time of service. Arrangements by J. HENRY STUHR INC., WEST ASHLEY CHAPEL.

Ann was born April 22, 1928 in Seneca, South Carolina, daughter of the late Jesse Manly Hubbard and Jennie Bruce Hubbard. She was an office manager for a mechanical engineering firm. Ann was the past president of the Coastal Carolina Chapter of The Antique Automobile Club of America. She contributed decades of service as a member of Holy Spirit Lutheran Church participating in many aspects including music and worship. Ann was also a member of The Horseless Carriage Club of America.

She is survived by her son Steve Mays of Atlanta, GA and two granddaughters, Kathryn Mays and Sharon Mays.

In lieu of flowers, memorials to Holy Spirit Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, 3075 Bees Ferry Road, Charleston, SC 29414.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Steve, my family would like for you to know how much your Mother meant to us. Growing up through high School with Rich, I loved spending time with your family. Over the the past few years your Mom and I had several long phone conversations. She was such an endearing person who was full of love. My hardest conversation we had was after Rich had passed. I was out of town and missed the wake and funeral. Rich and I had reconnected after years of never talking or seeing each other. I know it was hard on you and your Mom after Richs death. We will keep you in our prayers as you now deal with the loss of your Mom.

Posted by Chuck Long - Charleston, SC - friend   December 30, 2017

You'll always be Aunt Ann to me. I cant tell you how much I will miss you and all the time I spent with you and Uncle Ken. Between the dinners you cooked and the car help from Uncle Ken, I probably wouldn't have gotten where I am today. Honestly that's not all I'm sure. You will always have my love. Jody.

Posted by Joseph Caughman - Atlanta, GA - Family Friend   December 28, 2017

Great Aunt Ann we will truely miss you, may your beautiful soul soar with the angels. Love, Betty, Michelle, and family

Posted by Michelle & Betty Guild - Cuba City, WI   December 27, 2017

Shocked and saddened to hear of Aunt Ann passing way on Christmas Day. Last time I saw her she came to visit my dad when he was in the nursing home in Wisconsin just before he passed away. Did not see her very often over the years having lived in Chicago and now in Florida but we always had great phone conversations over the years and really missed seeing her. She was always quite the talker and I could listen to her for hours. I remember when she came to visit us back in 1975 with grandpa Hubbard, for our son's Erik's christening and the fun we had. Visited Aunt Ann and Uncle Ken in Charleston at their home in 1964. Cannot believe how fast time has flown by. We will miss Aunt Ann as we do Uncle Ken and Richard as well as my Mom and Dad and my Aunts and Uncle who have all gone on to Heaven. OUR deepest condolences to cousin Steve and his family.

Posted by Thomas & Patrice Hubbard - Palm Harbor, FL   December 27, 2017

Ann Mays was an amazing woman. I loved spending time with her and hearing stories about her family. She will be truly missed.

Posted by Stephanie O'Malia - Charleston, SC - Friend   December 26, 2017

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