Carolyn Edna Hubbell

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Carolyn Edna Hubbell

March 11, 1928 - September 02, 2018

Obituary for Carolyn E. Hubbell
SCOTTSDALE Carolyn E. Hubbell, 90, of Scottsdale, Arizona, died at 5:15 a.m. September 2, 2018, at Scottsdale Memory Care, Arizona. She was born March 11, 1928, in Dahlonega, Iowa, to Harold and Merle Hamm. Surviving are three sons, Gary (Carla) Heaton of Bloomfield; Dennis Heaton of Mesa, Arizona; Kenneth (Tracey) Heaton of Lafayette, California and two daughters, Sheila (Tony) Lohr of Winnemucca, Nevada and Lori (Britt) Bobby of Scottsdale, Arizona. She also raised Diane (Robert) Crawford of Hedrick and Michael (Lorraine) Kerkman of Van Horne, Iowa. She is survived by two sisters Lavena Harward of Gladstone, Missouri and Marita Greene of Scottsdale, Arizona and one brother Ronald Hamm of Park City, Kansas. She had numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents and one brother, Laverne Hamm. Upon her wishes, her body has been donated to science, leaving a lasting legacy in order to help advance medical science and future generations. No services are planned until late spring. The family would like to thank Scottsdale Memory Care for their gentle kindness and care in her final days.
Published on September 3, 2018
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Nancy Moss
Sep 10, 2018
I met Carolyn working at Ridgewood Nursing and Rehab. I was always impressed that she worked far past retirement age, lifting those heavy cooking pots in the kitchen and being on her feet all day.. She would always say she was tired but she never really complained about the work. Our lives kept intertwining after that as we kept seeing each other at various places about town. It was clear to anyone who met her how much she loved her family. She was so proud of each and every one and loved updating us on what they were doing now. I know that the last few years have been tough on the family so I hope all of you can bask in all of the wonderful memories that you shared and feel her love.