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Sue Compton Hibbert

Sue Compton Hibbert
March 18
15:30 2018

Breckenridge – Sue Compton Hibbert, 79, went to meet her savior and a host of family and friends on Thursday, March 15, 2018. Funeral with Charles Kuhn and Father DeWayne Adams officiating will be held Monday, March 19, 2018, at 2 p.m. in the Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home Chapel of Memories. Interment will follow in the Battle Creek Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Sunday, March 18, 2018, from 4-6 p.m. Arrangements are under the direction of Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home.

Mary Sue Compton was born on was born on September 24, 1938, in Ibex, Shackelford County, to Charles Compton and Gene Stapp Compton. She married W.T. Hibbert on September 11, 1957, in Weatherford. Sue had worked for the Attorney D.T. Boles as a secretary, the mental health clinic, as a secretary at Delta Oil and Gas, and then with her husband, T. at their company Hibbert Halters. She was a faithful member of St. Andrews Episcopal Church and enjoyed yard work, shopping, and going “junking.”

Sue is survived by her daughter, Sherry Saunders and husband David of Ranger; sisters, Colene Allen and Gwenda Lindley, both of Breckenridge; a host of nieces, nephews, and friends; and her special caretakers, Belinda Smith and Jane Ann Pichler. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; daughter, Reba Hibbert; sister, Tincer Compton; and a brother, Jerry Compton. Memorials can be made to Battle Creek Cemetery Association or Meals on Wheels. The family invites friends to leave a condolence or share a memory of Sue on her tribute wall at


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