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Kibbe celebrates 90th birthday


Kibbe celebrates 90th birthday
Wyble Hubbard Kibbe


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January 25, 2012
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Wyble Hubbard Kibbe of Stockdale, Texas, turned 90 years old on Monday, Jan. 16, 2012. Her sons -- Robert Hubbard Kibbe and wife Karen of Pettus and Charles Allen Kibbe and wife Margaret of Round Rock, threw a birthday bash in Pettus. Her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, and nephews attended the party.

All were happy to help her celebrate this momentous occasion, the family said.

“She’s a wonderful mother,” Robert said. “The joy of having her for all this time is tremendous. To know that she is in such good shape that she will be able to continue on for such a long time -- I am really proud that she is still able to take care of her own ranch, raising the cattle and planting her own garden at this age.”

Her grandkids even had a few words to say about her, too.

“Mah-maw has been such a great influence in my life. I look at her love for family, her independence, and her insatiable thirst for life, and I hope I can grow up to be like her,” Rachel May Kibbe said.

Wyble is the proud grandmother of four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
 

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