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 William Milton “Bill / Billy” Hubbard

William Milton “Bill / Billy” Hubbard

Prince Edward County, Virginia, USA
Death 3 May 2008 (aged 71)
Chesterfield County, Virginia, USA
Burial Prospect, Prince Edward County, Virginia, USA
Memorial ID 55977149 · View Source
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William M. Hubbard, Twelve Child of Twelve, Sixth Son of Samuel Raleigh & Flossie M. (Richardson) Hubbard.

Ex Husband of Mary A. (Melcher) Hubbard.

Obituary *Richmond Times Dispatch, Richmond, Virginia - May 6, 2008*
Hubbard, Mr. William Milton, 71 of Chesterfield, formerly of Crewe, Va, passed away Saturday, May 3, 2008 in Richmond. He was born July 17, 1936 in Virginia. He was the son of the late Samuel R. and Flossie Hubbard. He was a lifelong resident of Virginia, except for a short period in Colorado. He served his country in the United States Air Force. He owned a plumbing and heating business. He enjoyed NASCAR, bowling, fishing, hunting, playing the card game Rook, and he loved bluegrass music.
He is survived by his children, Cynthia A. Barrett of Chesterfield and William Peel of Denver, Colo.; his grandson Joseph A. Barrett; his son-in-law Stanley C. Barrett; his brothers and sisters, Lois Young, Flossie Woolridge, Newton and Walter Hubbard, all of Richmond; his companion, Katherine Melton of Blackstone; his ex-wife Mary Hubbard of Denver, Colo.; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his son, Bryan Hubbard. A funeral service will be held Thursday, May 8, 2008, 11 a.m., at Olive Branch United Methodist Church with interment in the church cemetery. Family will receive friends Wednesday evening, 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to the American Diabetes Association, 530 E. Main Street, Suite 200, Richmond, Va. 23219. A special thanks to the staff of the Laurels of Willow Creek and the AseraCare Hospice of Richmond from the entire family. Puckett Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Grandfather of Jason William Barrett-FAG Memorial # 40686161.

For Halloween:
My father told me that One Halloween, he and some friends of his went and took one of his Great Uncle Robert's Wagon Hearses from the funeral home and took it and put it on top of the school house. The next morning the Principal came into the class room and yelled at my father, "Hubbard! I know you had something to do with this". Robert was called to come and retrieve his hearse. He told the Principal that he didn't have any idea who did it. My father figured he probably knew it was him but Robert never spoke of it. Perhaps he just figured it was kids having fun for Halloween. Kind of funny, a hearse on top on the school house. LOL

For Christmas: Christmas Eve my Sister was allowed to open one present and it was the game "Candyland" while we were playing my father called us to come over to the window, he had seen a plane in the air in the distance, he told us to look, and when the plane's red lights blinked he said it was Rudolph and Santa. We went screaming for our beds. Thats one fast way to get the kids to bed on Christmas Eve.
*A Poem written by Lois for her brother: Bill Hubbard.*

Offered in Memory of William Milton Hubbard
July 17, 1936 – May 3, 2008

Death is a journey we all must take,
But one we must make alone
A journey not into darkness,
But into the Light of our Eternal home.

When God looked down on Billy,
He saw his weakened frame,
So with gracious arms around him,
He whispered, “Come, I will ease your pain.”

Billy was my youngest brother.
So I am not prepared to say farewell.
I always felt God would call for me
Before He chose a plot for him to dwell.

I stood beside him when he was lonely
And beside me, he would always walk.
And I was always willing to listen
Whenever he wanted to talk.

My heart aches with grief and pain
Longing to just speak with Billy again.
Yet with joy and laughter, sorrow and tears
I’ll remember him for the rest of my years.

I’ll hear him knocking on my door,
And wish for our carefree laughs once more.
I’ll miss those good times, though often rare
That showed love only a brother and sister could share.

In life, I loved him dearly.
In death, I love him still.
In my heart, he holds a special place
No one else could ever fill.

I know he’s loosed the bonds of life
Soaring in Heaven where only God reigns.
And I know God will take care of Billy
As he waits for us to meet again.

Until then, Farewell My Beloved Brother

Your Sister, Lois H. Young

  • Created by: William Peel
  • Added: 5 Aug 2010
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  • Find A Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for William Milton “Bill / Billy” Hubbard (17 Jul 1936–3 May 2008), Find A Grave Memorial no. 55977149, citing Olive Branch Cemetery, Prospect, Prince Edward County, Virginia, USA ; Maintained by William Peel (contributor 47327611) .