Catherine Hubley Obituary, A 79-year-old woman and her dog died in a home fire in Marion County.

Catherine Hubley Death, Obituary – Catherine Hubley has passed away untimely and unexpectedly leaving friends, loved ones, family, and the entire community heartbroken and in grievance, according to a social media sharing. A fire that broke out in a home very early on Tuesday morning was the cause of death for a woman who was 79 years old as well as her dog. The blaze was first reported on the 14100 block of Southeast 94th Court in Summerfield, which is located in the southeast quadrant of the city.

Catherine Hubley was discovered to be the one who had been the victim of the crime after some time had passed. According to James Lucas, a representative with the Marion County Flames Rescue Department, someone dialed 911 to report that smoke and fire were coming from a residence. This information was provided by Lucas. The person who was stranded on the property and who was contacted later stated that an elderly woman and her dog were probably already dead when they were discovered there. She was described as a “really lovely, sweet lady” by one of Hubley’s neighbors, and I think that encapsulates her personality perfectly.

The fire department was reportedly informed about the incident at 8:11 in the morning, and the firefighters arrived at the scene at 8:15. Lucas provided this information. According to a spokesman for the fire department, firefighters participated in a search and rescue operation on the scene of the incident. The firefighters were able to locate the remains of the woman and her dog by searching the property in a left-to-right direction. This allowed them to find the bodies more quickly. Neighbors gathered both inside and outside their homes to observe what was taking place as investigators from the Marion County Sheriff’s Office and the state’s Bureau of Fire, Arson and Explosion Investigation gathered information to determine how the fire started.