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1934 Ann 2024

Norma Ann Hubbard

December 2, 1934 — March 15, 2024

Grants Pass

Norma Ann “Ann” Hubbard passed away on March 15, 2024 at Asante Three Rivers Medical Center.

Ann was born December 2, 1934 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to parents Oliver and Hazel Allen.

She chose a career in nursing where she became a practical nurse at Mercy Hospital in Bakersfield, California after high school. Ann was best known for her 30 years of work with disabled veterans. One day she told her sister, “They put me in the veteran’s wing today. These men fought so we could be free, and now they sit on the side of their bed and no one comes to see them.”

After many years, she moved to Glendale, Oregon where she was blessed to marry Ray Hubbard, who felt the same. Together they opened a home for disabled veterans, “Hubbard Residential Care Facility”, which provided unbelievable care for over 30 years.

When a new resident came to the home, they became her family. They joined the Hubbard’s on vacations, Christmas gift opening, every holiday, special occasions, and birthdays. Ann’s family knew no matter the occasion the veterans would be invited.

Ann was smart, kind, and tough. She made friends with everyone she met; she loved working with children and helping the schools in any way she could. 

She is survived by children Annette Findlay, Art Hubbard, Debbie Taylor, Malana Cole, Dustine Miller; 11 grandchildren and multiple great-grandchildren.

She was a Glendale icon whose memory will not be forgotten.

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