Eldon "Hub" Hubner

Born: Wed., Feb. 10, 1937
Died: Fri., Aug. 2, 2019


Memorial Visitation

5:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Thu., Aug. 08, 2019


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Eldon “Hub” Lee Hubner, 82, Mankato, MN died Friday, August 2, 2019 at Cottagewood Senior Comminutes in Mankato.  A memorial visitation will be held from 5- 7pm on Thursday August 8, 2019 at Woodland Hills Funeral Home in Mankato, MN.  Interment will be held at 1pm on Saturday, August 10 at New Woodlawn Cemetery in Pipestone, MN with Pastor Cliff Adair officiating.  
Hub was born February 10, 1937 in Pipestone, MN to Ernest and Alma (Wittrock) Hubner.  He attended college in Alaska where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree.  Hub served in the United States Army.  He had a career in sales, as an actor, and in fatherhood.  After raising his family Hub moved to Baltimore.  In his free time he enjoyed graphoanlysis, reading, politics, and community theatre.  He was a member of the Toastmasters and the Graphoanalysis Society both in Baltimore.  
He is survived by his sons, Jon of St. Clair, MN and Anthony of Detroit, MI; sister, Verla Baden of Brookings, SD; as well as many nieces and nephews.  
He is preceded in death by his parents and sister, Ardell Faulhaber.  

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carol ann anderson
   Posted Sat August 03, 2019
Jon, tony, Brandi,
we are so sorry to hear of Hub's passing. We send our thoughts and prayers and will be thinking of you this next coming week.

Carol and Ted Anderson

Joyce Lewis
   Posted Mon August 05, 2019

DISH GARDEN WITH FRESH FLOWERS was sent by Hub's Baltimore Family.

Hub will be long remembered with love by his Baltimore family. With heartfelt sympathy from the Lewis girls & families


Gerry Kuhlman
   Posted Tue August 06, 2019
Hub was a wonderful, enlightened man, always current with the affairs of the day. His absence has been sorely felt in Baltimore since he returned to his roots in Minnesota but we were happy he was with his loving mid-west family. RIP, Hub. You were one of the finest gentlemen it has been my privilege to know.

Bruce
   Posted Tue August 06, 2019
“The song is ended, but the melody lingers on” … Irving Berlin.

Hub, will be missed.

Bruce & Kim

Catherine Lewis
   Posted Tue August 06, 2019
Thank you for being a part of our family. We missed you so when you moved, but were happy you were with your son. Missed you every holiday you were gone. God speed. Our love goes with you....Cathy and the girls..

TOM AND MARY KARELS SR. 305 MAIN ST. WEST MANKATO
   Posted Wed August 07, 2019
WE ARE SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS, JON AND BRANDY, WE ARE THINKING OF YOU DURING THIS SAD TIME, TAKE CARE.....

John & Brandi
   Posted Thu August 08, 2019
so sorry to hear about your dad. was enlightened when we had the chance to visit with him at Post 475. he was a classic!

Molly & Wayne Goebel


Benjamin Hain
   Posted Sun September 15, 2019
Hi- I knew Hub from his days of acting in Rochester with both the Civic Theater and Repertory Theater. He was always such a nice man and I missed having him around.
I saw a picture on the wall at the civic theater the other day and have been thinking about him. A google search turned up this page; I'm heart broken to know I missed him by just a few weeks. I'd been asking people who remember him if they ever knew anything about him; I was just a kid and never had in-depth conversations with him. But I sure remember what a neat guy I thought he was.
Peace to the family.


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