Amanda Christine Hubbs Passes Away at 40, Attended Palm Bay and Satellite High Schools
By Space Coast Daily // April 21, 2021
endured serious illness for several years
Amanda’s loving, fearless, unique soul, sense of humor, generous spirit and loving, loyal nature will never be forgotten and forever missed
BREVARD COUNTY • ROCKLEDGE, FLORIDA – Amanda Christine Hubbs, 40, was born November 2, 1980, in Rockledge, Florida.
She endured serious illness for several years, spending her last months in Palm Bay Hospital and last weeks in the wonderful, comforting care of William Childs Hospice House.
On Saturday, March 20, 2021, Amanda left her mother’s side peacefully, to joyfully join God, Our Heavenly Father and His Angels, and is now at peace with her beloved grandparents, Sidney and Elva George, in Heaven.
Amanda is survived by her mother, Bonnie G. George, of Palm Bay, Florida; her daughter, Nevaeh Cozette Rayner, of Arcadia, Florida; her uncle Gary L. George, of Ravenswood, West Virginia; her great-aunt, Marjorie Collins, of New York and many cousins throughout the U.S.
Amanda’s loving, fearless, unique soul, sense of humor, generous spirit and loving, loyal nature will never be forgotten and forever missed by her family and her many multi-decade friendships.
Amanda loved her family, friends, music, laughter, children and animals, fishing, surfing, camping, big amusement rides, big trucks, big thrills and 4-wheeling. She was brilliant at electronic games and art. Most of all she loved her daughter, Nevaeh and her dog, Sugar.
Amanda attended Palm Bay High School and Satellite High School.
A memorial service and celebration of Amanda’s life will be held in the future, due to COVID-19.