Article By Rebecca Johnson:: EEW Magazine News
The Hobbs family will forever be a part of the legacy of Black History in the city of Buffalo—something that left award-winning faith-based urban media specialist Dianna Hobbs “humbled and grateful.”
In a Facebook post following the award ceremony, the Empowering Everyday Women Ministries Founder shared her sentiments.
“Thank you Mayor Brown for the honor,” she said, adding, “It touched us deeply. We remain humble & grateful.”
Mrs. Hobbs and her husband Kenya Hobbs, a prestigious couple in their city, received the distinugished recognition during a celebration of the 100th anniversary of Black History Month.
The two are proud parents of four children: Kyla, Kaiah, Kedar and Kaleb.
“I recognized members of our community who have made history and are making history every day,” said Mayor Byron W. Brown, the city’s first African-American mayor.
During the ceremony, Brown spoke of his excitement about honoring the Hobbs family, acknowledging that they serve as an “important” and much-needed example in the community.
The God-honoring pair that homeschools their children have been married 17 years.