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Charles “Chuck” Edmund Hibner, 55, of Birmingham, entered his eternal celebration on Monday, August 17, 2020 after battling a long illness. Born in Macon, Georgia on March 15, 1965.

He was a truck driver all his life, and a member of First Baptist Church of Pleasant Grove. Chuck loved the Lord and enjoyed listening to gospel music. He loved to fish, ride motorcycles and was happiest when he was with his grandchildren.

He is survived by his wife, Loretta Hibner to whom he celebrated 29 wonderful years in marriage and shared 34 years together; his children, Christine Kempf of Mulga, Alabama, Michael Kempf (Missy) of Birmingham, Alabama, Brianna Puffenbarger (Wade) of Zion Crossroads, Virginia, Justin Hibner (Renea) of Anderson, Alabama, and Heather Haddock, of St. Joseph, Missouri; his brother, Douglas Parker of Macon, Georgia and his sister Donna Parker of Macon, Georgia. He has 20 grandchildren; and 9 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in death by his parents Lewis Harvey Hibner and Peggy Ann Harper Parker, and sisters Deborah Mullins and Jenny Hammock.

Memorial services will be held at First Baptist Church in Pleasant Grove, Alabama on Saturday, August 29, 2020 at 1:00pm.

In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to medical expenses: https://www.facebook.com/donate/616732585944887/?fundraiser_source=external_url


Final arrangements entrusted to W.E. Lusain Funeral Home and Crematory - Birmingham, AL.


Posted by Ruby Jacobs on August 26, 2020
Chuck was my sister's son so I knew him from birth. My brothers and sisters were in the waiting room of juvenile court. We were there because our father had died and my oldest brother and grandmother were trying to get custody and our mother was fighting it. Our oldest sister said she had a secret, she was pregnant. Our youngest brother's wife had a secret too, she was also pregnant. Then Chuck's mama, Peggy Ann Hatcher Hibner, said she was pregnant also. Chuck was the first to be born, in March. The other two were born in September, one on my wedding anniversary and the other on my husband's birthday.
There are so many memories. I remember when Deborah married and her last name became Mullis. His father was a preacher so we told her she would have to behave.
Chuck and my children grew up together. They had fun together, then everyone started growing up and going their own separate ways. Because he lived in another state we didn't go visit. The last time I saw him was at the Hatcher family reunion about 4 or 5 years ago.
Even though we didn't see him the family kept up with what was going on.
We will miss him very much.
Aunt Ruby
Posted by Denise Jacobs-Peck on August 22, 2020
So sad to hear of Chuck's passing. Growing up we had some of the funniest and funnest times as cousins. You will be missed.
Posted by Beckie Williams on August 21, 2020
I will always miss my beloved nephew Chuck. He is the last of my bother Lewis' three children. He touched so many lives with his smile and charism atic laugh. He will never be forgotten. Thank you for bringing Loretta info our famly. I will always be there for her. I love you to the Moon and beyond (Heaven).

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Posted by Ruby Jacobs on August 26, 2020
Chuck was my sister's son so I knew him from birth. My brothers and sisters were in the waiting room of juvenile court. We were there because our father had died and my oldest brother and grandmother were trying to get custody and our mother was fighting it. Our oldest sister said she had a secret, she was pregnant. Our youngest brother's wife had a secret too, she was also pregnant. Then Chuck's mama, Peggy Ann Hatcher Hibner, said she was pregnant also. Chuck was the first to be born, in March. The other two were born in September, one on my wedding anniversary and the other on my husband's birthday.
There are so many memories. I remember when Deborah married and her last name became Mullis. His father was a preacher so we told her she would have to behave.
Chuck and my children grew up together. They had fun together, then everyone started growing up and going their own separate ways. Because he lived in another state we didn't go visit. The last time I saw him was at the Hatcher family reunion about 4 or 5 years ago.
Even though we didn't see him the family kept up with what was going on.
We will miss him very much.
Aunt Ruby
Posted by Denise Jacobs-Peck on August 22, 2020
So sad to hear of Chuck's passing. Growing up we had some of the funniest and funnest times as cousins. You will be missed.
Posted by Beckie Williams on August 21, 2020
I will always miss my beloved nephew Chuck. He is the last of my bother Lewis' three children. He touched so many lives with his smile and charism atic laugh. He will never be forgotten. Thank you for bringing Loretta info our famly. I will always be there for her. I love you to the Moon and beyond (Heaven).
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Shared by Bonnie Fuller on August 20, 2020
Staying with Sissy and chuck was the first time I ever saw someone walk through the house with a flashlight in the wee hours of the morning not to disturb anyone in the house including sissy  ( Loretta ) that he loved  with all his heart and soul)!!! He told me we would all get our healing one way or the other!!! That Jesus would come back soon or  Jesus would call us home!!! WELL, he was a. Man  of few words till you got to know him!!  My kids call him UNCLE CHUCK AND THEIR AUNT LORETTA!!!   He Was so genuine!! The diamond in the rough!!! You got your Ultimate healing !!!! you will be forever missed!!!! We’ll. See you   Again soon
uncle chuck, my kids said!!!!! So shall all of us that love and miss you!!!!!
  Annabelle ask me, is uncle chuck was in heaven with Smokey bare, grandnanna? I said, “Yes baby !!  Theyare taking a walk. WITH JESUS ON GOLDEN STREETS!!!



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