Larry Ellsworth Hubbell

Larry Ellsworth Hubbell

The Dalles, Oregon

December 28, 1939 - December 9, 2015

Larry Ellsworth Hubbell passed away December 9, 2015 in The Dalles, Oregon.

Larry was born to Bill & Beulah Hubbell on December 28, 1939 in Newberg, Oregon.

Larry attended Newberg Schools until he moved to Maupin his sophomore year. He was quarterback for the Maupin football team when they won the state championship. He broke his leg and didn’t get to play in the state games.

Larry married Jeralyn Ziegenhagen and they had a daughter Ciandra Lynn Hubbell. She teaches school at Colonel Wright Elementary.

Larry went to school to become a barber. He opened a barber shop at 12th and Dry Hollow and operated it for almost 20 years. Then an aneurysm burst in his brain and the surgery caused a stroke and paralysis on his left side. He was in a wheel chair for the rest of his life. He volunteered at Joseph G. Wilson and Dry Hollow schools while in his wheel chair.

Hunting and fishing were his favorite activities and because of his good friends he was able to keep hunting until his seventies.

Larry lived independently for almost 35 years with a lot of help from his family and friends. He had a lot of faithful friends.

Larry is survived by his daughter and son-in-law Cindi and Kirk Garver, his grandchildren; Arielle and her husband B.J. Richard, Cole and wife Chelsea and a Great Grandchild Malcolm Bean Hawkey, and also has two sisters, Beverly Kaye Bassette and Sharon and her husband Steve Cyphers, and a step sister Bennye Wright and several nieces and nephews. He is survived by several good friends and a special friend, Carmi Miller.

There will be a memorial service for Larry at Covenant Christian Community on January 9, 2016 at one O’clock p.m. the address is 2630 E 18th Street in The Dalles.

Hospice of the Gorge helped Larry at the end of his life in a very caring manner. They were very thoughtful helping Larry to go to see his Lord.

In Lieu of flowers Larry’s family requests that donations are given to Hospice or a church of your choosing.


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