Rozetter Jones Stubbs was born on July 13, 1946, in Everglades City, Florida and raised in Panama City, Florida. She was born to Juda Johnson Jones and the late Roy Benton, but was reared by the late Jimmie Jones and Zannie Harvey whom she loved very much. In her early years, she graduated from Rosenwald High School in 1965 in Panama City, Florida. She continued her education at Gulf Coast Junior College and later graduated from Meadows College in Albany, Georgia.
Rozetter confessed Christ at an early age as her Lord and Savior and united with Tabernacle Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor Johnny Walker in Panama City, Florida. As she continued her walk with the Lord, she later joined the Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist family where she served as a Deaconess.
Rozetter was united in marriage to John L. Stubbs who preceded her in death. She was a loving wife and devoted a mother who dedicated her life to the care of her family. Over the years, she worked at Sunnyland Farms, MacGregor, and retired from M&M Mars. On August 19, 2022, the Almighty Lord called Rozetter from labor to reward to be with her husband. She was preceded in death by her mother-in-law and father-in-law, Jimmy and Inez Stubbs; sisters, Gladis Holmes and Susie Benton; one brother, Roy Benton Jr.; aunts and uncle, Lonzie Johnson Jr., Mozell Bell, Mary Johnson, Rosa Johnson, Flora May Johnson, and Vinetti Miller.
Memories of her love and gentle spirit will forever be cherished by her daughters, Dana Stubbs Chambers, Shelia Morgan, Felecia Pittman, and Talandia Lashae Stubbs; son, Tarris Morgan; aunt, Sally Benton; siblings, Alfonzo Jones, Renna (Joseph) Henderson, Jeaniffer (Timmy) Washington, Zannie Harvey, Jr., Tullus Harvey, Carla Bailey (late Dwight Bailey), Evangela (Winston) Williams, Charles (Lucinda) Barnes; brother-in-law, Eddie C. (Annie) Stubbs; grandchildren, Maroskie (Raven) Jones, Danashius Jones, Brian Keith Bailey, Jr., Keyumbra Bailey, LaTrez Morgan, LaTonya Williams, Whitney Morgan, Brittaney Morgan, Devonte Bowie, D’Shunta Banks, Jennifer Marion, Shameria Little, Marcus Arc, and Marlon White Jr. She will also be missed by her great grandchildren, Nilan, Aiden, Aniyah, Zavier, Major, Nileah, Haley, Zoey, Ra’lee, Da’Loni, Kymeria, Micah, Adeyln. As well as her best friends, Irene McKinney, Johnnie Mae Teemer, and Sandra Mathis, and a host of nieces, nephews, family, and friends