Carlton Nathanael (Nathan) Hubbard Jr.born September 20, 1977 in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Carlton and Barbara Hubbard went home in the arms of Jesus March 8, 2019 at the age of 41 years, 5 months and 16 days.
Nathan was preceded in death by his great niece Blakely Jo McClure.
He is survived by his parents Carlton "Brother" and Barbara Hubbard of Lost City; his wife Angel Hubbard and children Graycee, Alyee and Shane all of the home; his sister Andrea McGowan and husband Mickey, nephews Jon and Bryson McGowan, niece Megan McClure and husband Jos, great nephew Connor and great niece Brooklyn all of Hulbert; and his brother Joshua Hubbard and wife Cynthia "Sis" , nephews Logan and Noah Hubbard and nieces Milee and Bella all of Hulbert. Many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends also survive him.
Nathan attended Lost City until 1992 when he graduated the 8th grade. He then went on to Hulbert High School where he played basketball and baseball throughout his high school career. After graduating in 1996 he began working construction. Three years later he married the love of his life Angel on December 4, 1999. They raised three beautiful children together. Nathan loved his wife, babies and family more than anything. He loved watching his kids play sports and loved coaching Bandits Baseball with his brother. His big sister Annie was his biggest fan and he loved her so very much. Nathan spent all of his time with his family, usually at the ball field where he was from the time he was little. Sunday dinner at his parents eating, laughing and enjoying everyone. He had a heart of gold, an infectious smile and a smart aleck all in one and once he smiled at you those dimples could get him out of anything. He loved fiercely and his baseball boys were some of his favorites. Life won't be the same without him, he is leaving a huge void for us all. We do have one thing to look forward to, joining him in Heaven one day.
My prayers go out to my family. He was always a cool little cousin. I'm sorry I didn't get to know him more in our adult years.. May he rest in peace...
Rebecca A RobertsTurlock, CA
Brother and Barbara, I am so sorry to hear of Nathan's passing. I pray for healing of your family as well as his. It's never easy to loose a child or a child to loose a parent. I'm sorry I was unable to attend the service but know you all are in my prayers.
Lynn Payne StinesGarfield, AR
Nate, you are affectionately missed.Now rest in peace my friend ~ and wait upon our Lord...
Dale & Linda WallaceHulbert, OK
Our love and prayers are with his wife and children, Brother and Barbara. Love and prayer from from family got us thru Sean's home going . We cant be there in flesh but are there in spirit.
Sam and Francey DriggersNaples, FL
Brother Hubbard & Family,
My heart goes out to you & your family at this difficult time.Though our words can do little, we hope our thoughts & prayers will support you all at this time. We love you all.
Rhonda ClarkTahlequah, OK
You will be in my thoughts and prayers .
Karie FisherTahlequah, OK
Praying for your families.
May God wrap his arms around you giving you comfort and peace.
*Hulbert Class of 96*
Kristy (Tucker-Rhodes) WoodardTahlequah, OK
Angel, my dear friend, I am so sorry for your loss. I know Nathan was the love of your life. Please know that you and the kids are in my prayers and thoughts.
Amanda MendenhallFort Gibson, OK
Prayers for family and friends. So sorry for y'all's loss. 🙏☝💔
Teresa ElbonTahlequah, OK
My prayers are with your family and friends. May God give you piece.
Kerry L. Hoggatt (Spencer)Tahlequah, OK
I’m so sorry to hear of Nathan’s passing. I’m praying for the entire family.
Kristal SmithHulbert, OK
Nate was such a sweet young man. Love the younger years when the boys played ball together. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him and especially his family. He was a part of the best family.
Penny RoseHulbert, OK
Praying for the families.
Patricia and Sanford DavisTahlequah, OK
We know Jesus will Welcome Him with open Arm.
David and Brenda OrtizTahlequah, OK
Angel it doesn't seem possible and to you and the kids I know it seems unreal. You are a strong woman and a great Mom. You have God and know that peace and comfort that sustains us through these times. Praying for you and your family every thought and will continue to pray for strength in days to come.
Carla CaryTahlequah, OK