Henry R. Dube

Fairbanks, Alaska

Oct 9, 1926 – Sep 6, 2017 (Age 90)


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Henry R. (Hank) Dube passed away peacefully at home on the morning of Wednesday, Sept. 6.Hank was born Oct. 9, 1926, in Lebanon, New Hampshire. Skiing began at the age of 6, and by age 10, Hank was attending technical ski training at Dartmouth College for youngsters that excelled.In 1942, under...

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Aunt Ann and family
You are in our thoughts and prayers. Hadn't seen Uncle Henry for several years but had spoken on the phone a few times.
Didn't realize how much he had accomplished over the years. Wish we had lived closer so would had gotten to know the family better.
Hugs to all of you. May he rest in Peace.
Robert & Debbie LaCroix

My deepest condolences to Anna and the many family and friends of Hank. He sounds like a person who possessed remarkable courage from his youth up. May you find peace and solace in the God of all Comfort during this difficult time.

May the peace and comfort from God help you to endure through this time of grief.

My Sincere Condolences To The Family.

Sincere condolences to the family.
May God sustain you at this time
Please find comfort from his word
Where he promises he will
"comfort your heart and make you firm"
during this time of great loss.
2 Thessalonians 2:16,17
With deep sympathy

May God sustain you at this time of such loss.

It sounds like Henry led a very full and productive life. My condolences go out to the Dube family, treasure the fond memories.

My prayers and sympathies to the Dube family,
Tammy Crider (Thorne) and my mother Linda Thorne

My prayers and sympathies to the Dube family. Hank and I shared the same NE roots from NH and so I loved the friendly relationship we established from the day I met him in 1981. How many gardens, including 2 of ours, were tilled for the first time by Hank? Men like Hank will remain in our hearts forever. Thank you Hank for your service to our country and our community. May he rest in peace as he climbs the eternal mountains.

The Blais Family