- Ada, Oklahoma


June 24, 2014

Richard Lawrence Hubble

Ada — Richard Lawrence Hubble died Wednesday, June 18, 2014, at Oklahoma Heart Hospital in Oklahoma City.  A gathering for friends and family will be 5-7 p.m. Thursday, July 3, at Trinity Baptist Fellowship Center, 115 N. Turner in Ada. Bringing a potluck dish is optional. 

Mr. Hubble was born May 24, 1948, in Anaheim, California, to J.D. and Lavon Hubble. He attended Montclair High School in California and continued his education in college. He later married Shelia Hubble Oct. 16, 1965.

Survivors include his mother, Lavon Hubble; five sons, Richard Lee Hubble and wife, Melinda, of Ada, Mike Hubble and wife, Antonette, of Topeka, Kansas, Brian Hubble, of Konawa, Nick Hubble of Kansas City, Missouri, and Robert Hubble and wife, Melissa, of Topeka, Kansas; grandchildren, Scott, Erika, and Trevor of Ada, Amy, Sandra and Mikayla of Topeka, Kansas, and Chasten and Briana of Konawa; brother, Steve Hubble of San Marcos, California; sister, Cynthia Caldwell of Escondido, California; and a host of other family and friends.

In lieu of flowers, it is requested that memorials be made to the family for the Forever in Florida at the request of Mr. and Mrs. Hubble.  Donations can be mailed to 1702 E. 18th St., Ada, OK 74820.


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