Update on the Jim Hubbard Funeral

From the Rapid City Journal Obituaries, some more information on the Jim Hubbard Funeral, for those who are interested in attending or sending a card:
James L. Hubbard
RAPID CITY - James L. Hubbard, 77, Rapid City, died Sunday, Aug. 13, 2006, at Rapid City Regional Hospital. Survivors include his wife, Janice Hubbard, Rapid City; two sons, Dennis Hubbard, Wasilla, Alaska, and Bradley Seagull, Mill Creek, Wash.; one daughter, Lindsay Pope, Montrose, Colo.; six grandchildren; two sisters, Phyllis Gannaway, Spokane, Wash., and Peggy Buchtel, Clay Center, Neb.; and one brother, Herbert Hubbard, Anchorage, Alaska.

Memorial services will be at 10 a.m. Monday, Aug. 21, at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Rapid City, with the Rev. Bob Savot officiating. Private family burial will be at a later date at Pine Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Rapid City. Memorials have been established for Hospice House and Big Bend Presbyterian Church. Osheim-Catron Funeral Home of Rapid City is in charge of arrangements.
Published in the Rapid City Journal on 8/16/2006. If you need to send flowers, etc., the address of the funeral home is:
Osheim-Catron Funeral Home
2700 Jackson Boulevard
Rapid City, SD 57702
Phone: (605) 343-0077
and if you wish to send condolences directly to the family, I believe the address is:
22999 Shields Rd, Rapid City, SD 57702
Our thoughts and prayers are with Jan and her family in her time of loss. Jim was admired in the SDGOP, and moreso than that, he was a gentleman to the core.


Michael Schumacher said…
PP -- Thank you for the updates regarding Jim. They have been valuable. It is too bad that the Pennington County Office doesn't have the same courtesy or care when it comes to keeping their people informed. I just wanted to make sure that you were also aware that Lola Barness passed away. While not on the front lines like Jim, she and her husband, Winston, were stalwart Republicans who could always be counted on for contributions of time and money.

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