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Obituary for Charles Michael "Mike" Hubbs

Charles Michael Hubbs “Mike”
1950 – 2024

Charles Michael Hubbs loving husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather passed to his heavenly home with Christ Jesus February 10, 2024. Mike was born in Lexington, Tennessee on June 8, 1950, the youngest of 10 children.

Mike graduated from Camden Central High School in 1968 where he boxed in the Golden Gloves division. He then volunteered his service to the United States Army from December 1968 to September of 1971 serving in the Vietnam War. After returning home, he and Debbie married that December. He became an ironworker where he and his family relocated several times across the US. Mike began working at Naval Air Station Whiting Field and settled in Milton, Florida, where he took great pride in successfully upgrading the safety practices encompassing the battery maintenance shop for NASWF. Mike was an avid outdoorsman, winning several bass tournaments, and an accomplished deer hunter. For many years, Mike was an active member of Victory Life Church and volunteered as a children’s leader and deacon. A lover of music, Mike sang bass in a local Southern Gospel quartet.

He was preceded in death by his parents, John Ras Hubbs and Allie Eve (Francis) Humphrey; eight siblings: David, C. Weldon, Kenneth, Dwayne, Tommy, Bobby, and Danny, sister Patsy; and son-in-law, Paul Evans.

He is survived by his wife Deborah of 52 years and his daughters: Brandi (Keith) White, Bridgett Evans, and Katie Odom; his grandchildren: Kelsey (Kenneth) Weeks, Lacey White, Roy Curry, Ava Curry, Zachary Odom, Christian Odom, and Alyssa Russ; and his great-grandchildren: Keevah Weeks and Khalan Weeks. Survivors also include his older brother Jerry (June) Hubbs of Seymour, Tennessee, as well as numerous nieces and nephews whom he treasured.

On Wednesday, February 28th, 2024, there will be a visitation for Mike Hubbs at 10:30 a.m., with funeral service at 11:30 a.m. and then we will be escorted for burial at Barrancas National Cemetery.