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The Adams County Record Wednesday, July 11, 2012 Page 3 Obituaw January 19, 1933 -- July 7, 2012 Thomas Harry Hubbard Jr., 79, passed away July 7, 2012, at Big Hazard Lake after a wonderful day fishing with family. He was born at New Meadows, where he lived until he was 11, when they moved to a ranch at Cambridge. Services will be held at the New Meadows High School, Saturday, July 14, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. under the direction of the Heikkila Funeral Chapel. Interment will take place following the service at the Meadows Valley Cemetery. A potluck will be held at the New Meadows High School following the services where everyone is invited. Tommy served 2 years in the U.S. Army, part in Korea. He returned to the sheep and cattle ranch to work with his parents. He bought the ranch when his father passed away. In 1970 he married Doris Jacks McDonough. He loved and cared for her four children, Luane, Ramona, Diana and Russell, as any wonderful father should. They had 2 daughters together, loan and Julie. They all loved ranching, fishing and hunting and short trips. Russ lived and helped on the ranch for many years until he married Gaff. They sold the sheep later and raisedcattle. In 2005, they sold most of the Cambridge ranch and moved to a home on six timbered acres on the Little Salmon River. He loved this place, and has been busy with gardens, berries, building and improving it. In 2005, Tom and Doris took a trip to Alaska for 26 days, traveling 9,000 miles, with 3,000 miles in Alaska with daughter, Julie, who lives there. Tommy loved his large family and they loved coming home. They made trips to Yellowstone, Canada, Alaska, the Magruder road to Montana, Colorado, Oregon, California and Nevada, with different family members. Tom had a lot of wonderful friends. His children and grandchildren considered him a living legend. He was an amazing man of great wisdom, integrity, and work ethics. Tom's character epitomized the best of the Old West. His hunting and fishing skills were unmatched and respected by all who knew him. Tom always said this universe could not have been created without God, and he gained a strong faith. We feel he is in heaven, looking at all the beauty there. He is survived by his wife Doris of 42 years, his children, Luane Page, Ramona Rogers (John), Diana Kaus (Jim), Russell McDonough (Linda), Joan Ivey (Tony), Julie Hubbard (Chris); 13 grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren; 2 sisters, Edna Rayson and Eleanor Voile, and many nephews and nieces. He was preceded in death by his parents Tom and Sarah; his sisters, Eva Wiggins, Rose Graham, Mildred, and Mary; his dear daughter-in-law, Gail McDonough; and brothers-in-law George Voile and Melvin Graham. Tues- Sun 8am to 8pro Daily Specials Friday and Saturday Prime Rib Special 5445 Hwy 95 16.5 miles North of Council 547-5900 Mann Creek ....... ...... Country ........ Store R Cafe Mon, Tues, Wed 7am to 8pm Thurs 7am to 9pm Fri & Sat 7am to 10:30pm Sun 7am to 7pm [ STF.AKHOUSll ]