Jeremy Hubbard

Obituary of Jeremy Scott Hubbard

Jeremy Scott Hubbard Vancouver, Washington January 4, 1978 ~ August 3, 2020 Jeremy Scott Hubbard better known as Huck, passed away at age 42 in Vancouver Wa at the home of his twin sister on August 3rd, 2020. He was the proud father and survived by his three children, Faith, Jaycee and Kaleb. The celebration of life will be held at 10:00am on September 12th at Walnut Grove Turning Point Church in Vancouver WA. Jeremy was born in Alamogordo New Mexico on January 4th, 1978 on the U.S Airforce Base. He and his twin sister Amy were born to their parents Belinda and Don Hubbard. Jeremy attended Sam Dimas HS in San Dimas Cal and Centennial HS in Gresham OR. Jeremy served in the national guard and was honorably discharged in 2004. Even though he could no longer serve he was always a passionate advocate for our active military and veterans. Jeremy was a man who strongly believed in hard work and loyalty. He was the underwriting manager at A-Affordable Bail Bonds in Vancouver, Wa. He'd been working for owner Bryan Nester since 1998 and started at A-Affordable when they opened in 2000. He was also the current president of WSBBA (Washington State Bail Bond Association). Jeremy was a giving man who always blessed those around him. He gave back to the homeless and less fortunate of Vancouver often. He partnered with the MDA (muscular dystrophy Association) and ran many charity events, raising thousands of dollars for the organization. Coaching was another one of Jeremys passion, he helped many kids both on and off the field. Jeremys contagious energy and giving spirit will live on through those he’s impacted. Jeremy is preceded by his Mother Belinda Hubbard and brother Jeremy Christiansen. To keep everyone safe, there will be outside overflow seating and expect to wear a mask.
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