Dee Hubbard

  • "This a late entry, but Dee still lives in my heart. Not a..."
  • "September 27, 2009 Dear Charlie and Family, It seems..."
    - Lois Ahrens
  • "I only today heard the sad news of Dee's passing. I had the..."
    - Micah Ferrell
  • "I've worked closely with Dee since 2000, exchanging..."
    - Frank Smith
  • "Charlie and Family: What a wonderful service yesterday. ..."
    - Sue Taylor

Anchorage and Sterling resident and citizen activist Dee Anne Hubbard, 62, died Aug. 29, 2009, at Providence Alaska Medical Center of renal failure. A service will be at 4 p.m., with a visitation from 3 to 4 p.m., Thursday at Witzleben Legacy Funeral Home, 1707 S. Bragaw St. Pastor George Richardson will officiate. Flowers are welcome. A second service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Cantwell Community Hall. Burial will take place in the Cantwell Cemetery. Dee was born March 22, 1947, in Spokane, Wash. She earned a master's degree in political science from Eastern Washington University. She traveled extensively around the state for the Alaska Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development's Division of Community and Regional Affairs. She was also employed by the Washington State Legislature and the Alaska State Legislature. For many years, she was a volunteer with both the PTA and the Boy Scouts. She was involved with and past president of the watchdog group Private Corrections Institute. She was active in politics and volunteered her time with the state Legislature. Dee loved to fish, grow flowers and play golf. She also was a master bridge player. "We will always miss her sharp wit and laugh," her family wrote. She is survived by her husband, Charles Hubbard; sons, Frank Hubbard and David Hubbard and his significant other Theresa Steelman; and Brian Campana and Elton Carr.

Published in Anchorage Daily News from Sept. 2 to Sept. 3, 2009