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Gary Wayne (Peabody) HUBBARD

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HUBBARD, Gary Wayne (Peabody) 53, of Oxford, passed away on 24/May/2013, suddenly and unexpectedly at home with Teresa; due to a dissected aorta. Gary was born on 28/Jan/1960. Son of Delbert and Margaret (Anderson) Hubbard. Gary liked playing pool with his friends, he was the founder and Captain of his pool team. He enjoyed traveling, dancing, playing with Teresa and the shenanigans they got into. He was a member of The Robertson Association since 1990 and was looking forward to OTR in WV this fall. He had served his country in the Army and was an organ donor. Gary is survived by his true love, Teresa Callahan. His daughter, Chelsie Hubbard; son Michael (Brittany) Johnson; grandson, Parker. Daughter, Kayla Hubbard; son, Steven Hubbard. Mother, Margaret Hubbard; sister, Vicky Hardix, nephews, Adam and Paul Aaron (Regina) Hardix. Brother, Mark (Bernnie) Hubbard, niece, Natalie. He also cherished Teresas children, Cassi (Justin) Brashear, Miranda Burns, Wyatt Callahan and grandchildren Cailea and Ben (aka:Benihana), other family and many friends. Beloved Dogs, Sam and Allie; and one very annoying but entertaining cat. He is preceded in death by his grandson (Brayden Hubbard), Father, Delbert; Grandparents, esteemed in-laws, Bud, Carrie, Larry Johnson and his best friend Steve Whitmore. Gary chose to be cremated. With respect to his wishes there will be a celebration of his life at Hueston Woods State Park in the Hueston room, 6301 Park Office Road, College Corner, Ohio 45003. Sunday June 9th at 2:00 PM. This is planned to be a joyful time for his family and friends to gather, reminisce and pay final respects. Please dress comfortable, bring your photos and stories of Gary. In lieu of flowers donations may be given to the Gary Hubbard memorial fund at any Fifth Third bank to assist with his final expenses.

Published in Journal-News on June 5, 2013
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