Dearest Cathy, Diane and Bobby,
Please accept our deepest sympathies over the loss of your wonderful Dad. We have such fond memories of him. He used to come to visit our Pop in the "train room garage" at 123 Sherwood. They would mess around with the transformers trying to avoid a 12 engine crash and just laugh out loud. I know you will miss him terribly. He was such a gracious man.
To all of Aunt Ruby and Uncle Warren's children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and their loved ones: Dad, Harry Carter, and Mom (Ann), dearly loved Dad's "baby brother" and his whole family. He also loved the Ruby Wagner family and indeed introduced Warren and Ruby, married them, and we grew up with fond memories of Wagner and Hubbard visits. Warren and Ruby always were gracious, generous, and loving to all of us. My sincere sympathy, prayers, and thoughts are with you all. After the service I visited almost 101 Aunt Emna. She asked me to please pass on her sympathy and love to you all also. Love, Harryet Ann and family
Bobby & Deb, Cathy & Buzz
We were so sorry to hear of your dad's passing. We also learned that he was recently hospitalized. He was a fine man and sure he will be missed by all that knew him.
Karl & Jeannie Pritchett, Colonial Heights
So very sorry to learn of your dad's passing. Know that my thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Diane, Jeff, Allison, Molly
Know that this is a hard time for you and hope you find comfort in memories. I have great memories of Mr Hubbard providing support for our family and did all he could to provide help in our time of need.