It is with great sadness that we are sharing with you the passing of Joyce Ann Kubala, wife, mother, friend, and our newest angel in Heaven. We praise the Lord that Joyce is with Jesus and pain free.

Joyce attended Second Baptist Church Woodway in Houston, Texas. Her “Celebration of Life” memorial service will be this coming Wednesday, 9/11/19 at 11 a.m. in The Sanctuary.  

 

It is with great sadness that we are sharing with you the passing of Joyce Ann Kubala, wife, mother, friend, and our newest angel in Heaven. We praise the Lord that Joyce is with Jesus and pain free.

Joyce lived a wonderful life with her husband, Milton Kubala, and two sons, Brent and Greg. She was a loving mother-in-law to Catherine and Laura and cherished her five grandchildren...Caroline, Courtney, Carter, Chase and Cole. These five children were so loved by her, their “Grandmommy!”

Joyce is also leaving behind her two sisters, Jerri Kersh and Judy Brown, both very important women in her life.

Joyce was a genuine person and friends with so many wonderful people. Many of you know her as “the wife of the Chick-fil-A owner in Missouri City.” 

She supported her husband daily with her care, advice and was always there for him. The Chick-fil-A family, nation-wide and at the corporate home office will miss Joyce dearly.

Joyce attended Second Baptist Church Woodway in Houston, Texas. Her “Celebration of Life” memorial service will be this coming Wednesday, 9/11/19 at 11 a.m. in The Sanctuary.  

Joyce was born in Vinita, Oklahoma lived a long time in Baytown, Texas and was currently living in Missouri City, Texas.

Early Tuesday morning, Joyce suffered a heart attack. She was given amazing care by Sugar Land Methodist Hospital, but passed away Thursday, September 5, 2019 at 3:04pm.

Please remember Joyce as the special lady she was. We would love to hear how she touched each of your lives.

Thank you, friends and family, for your loving thoughts, prayers and kind words during this difficult time. Joyce is in a beautiful place in Heaven, and she would want us all to be happy, not sad.  

In loving memory,

Milton, Brent and Greg Kubala