In Memory

Norman Hubbard

Norman Hubbard

 

Sadly, a report from Lanell Davis Shaw that Norman Hubbard passed away Thursday evening, 08/26/21.  .
A Visitation for Norman will be held Thursday, September 9, 2021 from 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM at Brookside Funeral Home, 13747 Eastex Freeway, Houston, TX 77039.
A Celebration of Life Service will occur Thursday, September 9, 2021 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM, 13747 Eastex Freeway, Houston, TX 77039.
A Graveside Service will occur Friday, September 10, 2021 from 10:00 AM to 10:30 AM at 8165 - Woodlawn Cemetery, 1101 Antoine Dr., Houston, TX

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08/27/21 09:01 AM #1    

Florene Schroeder (Kirsch)

I have known Norman since 4th grade - 60 years of friendship with this wonderful, caring man.  He will forever be missed.  RIP, my dear friend.


08/27/21 02:36 PM #2    

Dennis Maroney

Norman Hubbard was always an outstanding guy. I have many great memories of Norman.  I’m in the same 4th grade class picture that Florence Schroeder Kirsch posted on Norman.  I was very sad to hear of his passing, and my heart and condolences go out to the Hubbard family.


08/27/21 06:16 PM #3    

Robert Parrott

There are some things that are better expressed by our feelings than by our words. What I feel about Norman's passing cannot be expressed by words alone.

08/28/21 09:26 AM #4    

Mark Williams

What a tremendous loss of a great friend. Norman had a heart bigger that Texas and would do anything in the world for someone whether he knew them or not.  Rest easy my friend...


08/28/21 11:59 AM #5    

Susan Peck (Olson)

Norman was a good man.  He will be missed.  


08/29/21 08:33 AM #6    

Edley Hail

I have known Norman, since 6 th grade at Spring Woods Junior High,  he was an outstanding person, and a joy to be around. He will be missed by many whom were fortunate to be his friend. He will be riding in the big sky above, waving his hat and smiling down on us all. See you later, Pard.


08/29/21 07:50 PM #7    

Jodi O'Neal

I know Norman was a man who helped others without fanfare. He was a true friend.I am grateful for our visits...he was such a fighter about his cancer....it is no small miracle he lived until 71. love and comfort to his daughters.


08/30/21 08:38 AM #8    

Diane McLeod (Packer)

Some of us have known Norman for more than fifty years. As we say goodbye to a long-time friend and classmate, may you rest in peace, Norman.


08/30/21 05:41 PM #9    

Jim Johnston

 

 

Norman was a great guy and a true friend to all.  I dont think I'll ever forget the reunion year we all gathered at Papa Blakeky's and saw Normans fly by exit in his hellicopter, with his arm out the window shaking that middle finger so long to all in clasic Norman Hubbard fashion. Norman will truly be missed by all and our class President Bob summed it up to a T!!  Peace be to his daughters, his brother Mike and the rest of the family and take cumfort knowing that Norman is no longer in pain and is truely at rest.   What a guy we all lost!!!!      

 

 

 


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