Dorcus Wahwiece Hobbs Cable

August 26, 1937 - November 10, 2020

Dorcus Wahwiece Hobbs Cable, lifelong resident of Beaumont, passed away peacefully at her home, surrounded by loved ones, on Tuesday. She was 83. Born on August 26, 1937 to Elizabeth Irene Porter Hobbs and Vergil Hobbs, she is preceded in death by her husband William Daniel Cable.

Survivors include her son, Drew Cable, and his wife Karen; daughter, Danya Hatley, and her husband Jim Kalinec; sister-in-law Carol Hobbs; and her grandchildren, Daniel Cable (husband Chaeyong Ban), Justin Cable, Hillary Bartek (husband Colton Bartek), Natalie Hatley, and Austin Hatley.

A gathering of Mrs. Cable’s family and friends will be held from 4PM until 6PM on Friday, November 13, at Broussard’s Mortuary, 1605 North Major Drive, in Beaumont. Her funeral service will be held at 10AM, Saturday November 14, at same, followed by her interment at Forest Lawn Memorial Park.

Memorial contributions may be made to Boys’ Haven of America, Girls’ Haven of America, or Buckner Children Family Services.

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Forest Lawn Memorial Park

Forest Lawn Memorial Park
  • 4955 pine st beaumont tx 77703

Funeral Service

Funeral Service
  • 1605 n. major drive beaumont tx 77713
  • 11/14/2020
  • 10:00 am

Gathering of Family and Friends

Gathering of Family and Friends
  • 1605 n. major drive beaumont tx 77713
  • 11/13/2020
  • 2:03 am

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Nancy Lang

She was one of the most fun loving and kind hearted people I have ever known.. She will be missed. Prayers for your family.

Ann Ethridge

Dear Wahwiece- I know why she was nicknamed Joy, she brought joy to us in many ways. She will be missed!

Jill Brasher Sherman

Drew I am so sorry for your loss. Wahwiece was certainly a blessing to me during my college years. She served as not only my cheerleader but as a spiritual mentor . She was an excellent role model for wife and mother. and frankly, just a lot of fun to be around. I know she and Bill will be greatly missed.

Betty Jean Blanchette Burleson

Goodbye Wahwiece, my sweet dark eyed friend, We had great fun and laughs in Jr High and High school riding around in my hoopie car , I know Billy Dan has been waiting for you, I loved you very much,

Wilma Halbert

Wahwiece was a good friend and a special and unique lady. Nothing slowed her down for long. She loved her family and had a real zest for life. Wahwiece was energetic, happy, optimistic, and extremely creative. I can visualize;her redecorating her heavenly home before she pauses to rest. She will certainly be missed by many.

Frances Saladin

I will miss you so much my dear friend. We go back a long way and I will miss our long talks. You and Bill and John and I share a lot of history. I pray for your family and hope you are happy finally in the presence of your beloved Bill.

Jeanette Venable Burleson

Just thinking of you makes me smile! You have your angel wings now, but we will see each other again.

Sandra Fertitta

So sorry for your loss! Wawhiece was such a joy! I always enjoyed her. She will be missed!

Debbie Harrell Bishop

Joy was such a Joy - loved her❤️

lyn Carolyn C Lacoste

My thoughts & prayers are with all the Cable Family, Bill & your Momwere customers of mine while selling for Lamb’s Office Products! They were such a delight! I pray God will shower your Mom w/ peace & Joy as she begins her eternal life in God’s Glorious Kingdom of Heaven!

Rita Carol Walmer Heath

My dear friend , I love you .our childhood memories are cherished.