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Rolling Oaks Funeral Home

400 Freeport Pkwy, Coppell, TX

OBITUARY

Connor Cole Hubble

6 August, 199814 June, 2020
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DUE TO COVID 19...THE SERVICES ON SATURDAY WILL BE HELD FOR FAMILY ONLY. SERVICE WILL BE LIVE STREAMED AT https://.www.youtube.com/.v=yZriKiV154o&feature=youtu.be

With deepest sorrow we announce the passing of Connor Cole Hubble, age 21, of Coppell, TX, our most beloved son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin and friend on Sunday, June 14, 2020. Those who knew Connor, even just a little, lost a shining light as his wonderful spirit could illuminate any room. Connor never met a stranger, and is remembered as being a genuine friend to all. Connor had an energy that with just one encounter with him you would remember him for life. If you knew Connor well, or barely at all, he always left you with a big smile. He was a great story teller and with his ridiculously funny and sarcastic wit and humor he could have you belly laughing at a drop of a hat. He definitely left his unique mark in your heart that caused a ripple effect. Connor was a vibrant young man. From hiking, biking, or jumping out of planes, he was always in for a great adventure. He loved the outdoors; hunting, fishing and enjoyed playing video games, watching movies, listening to music, and doing puzzles. Wrestling played a huge role in his life. He started wrestling in 2nd grade and enjoyed many years of competition. He was captain of his Coppell High School team where he was a standout and fierce competitor. Wrestling taught Connor many lessons, including the importance of hard work, determination, and team work. His newest responsibility and love was his 135 pound Great Dane puppy, BRI! He was a very proud dad! Connor was born on August 6, 1998. He was raised in Coppell, attending Bright Beginnings, Austin Elementary, Cottonwood Creek Elementary, and Coppell Middle School West before graduating from Coppell High School in 2017. He went on to attend the University of Arkansas. Connor is survived by his loving family; parents, Bill and Salena Hubble, sister Landri Hubble. His grandparents, Rex and Paula Johnson, Kerry Hubble and Mary Hubble. Aunt and Uncles, Wendy and David Haley, Kelly and Sherrie Hubble, along with numerous other precious extended family members. Visitation will be held Friday, June 19th from 6-8pm at Rolling Oaks Memorial Center in Coppell, TX. A funeral service will be held Saturday, June 20th at 10:30am, The Branch Church, Farmers Branch, TX. In lieu of flowers, the family would be grateful for you to consider a donation to Grant Halliburton Foundation.

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, 19 June , 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, 20 June , 2020

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Trey Klawiter

June 20, 2020

Connor was my son Palmer's best friend. He spent a lot of time at our house in high school. It wasn't unusual to wake up on a Sunday morning and find Connor on our couch.

After high school, I always enjoyed his visits when Palmer was home from college. He was the most upbeat, positive young man I have ever met. He was a joy to be around. Simply put, he had "it".

My prayers go out to his family. There are no words I can say that will bring you any comfort but to say he was loved by many people like me on the periphery of his life. I know he has found the peace he missed in this life.
If you knew Connor at all, I think this picture from his senior prom dinner at our house sums up his personality.

Rest in peace Connor, you are missed and will never be forgotten.

Ann Mather

June 19, 2020

What I loved most about Connor… he was always up for anything. I’d suggest something and no matter how ridiculous or even girly the suggestion was, Connor was game.

On one particular “back to school” shopping trip in Fayetteville, Connor had very willingly agreed to go with me and Hannah, knowing we were shopping for girly room decorations and necessities for her new apartment. It was at that moment I realized how much he must love my daughter because he knows how testy and anxious she gets when shopping.

We were at Target, our final stop, after about two hours of unsuccessful shopping. Hannah’s frustration level had to be about an 18 on a scale of 10 by this point and she was more than ready to give up. Just then, I remembered that poor Connor had willingly signed up for this shopping mission and I felt so bad for him. I looked back to see what he was doing, half expecting to turn around and see that he had abandoned us completely and had hitchhiked back to campus. Instead, Connor was casually strolling behind Hannah, without a care in the world, wearing an Ironman mask (for knows how long) and waving to any child he saw. He managed to completely diffuse Hannah’s shopping tension (which in itself was a major feat!) and gave us a good belly laugh.
Connor…adventurous, loving, totally laid back and able to diffuse just about any situation with his humor. ❤️

Brandon Woolf

June 19, 2020

Connor was one of my best friends for a while now And I’m going to miss him every single day from this point forward. He was one of the most genuine and kind souls I have ever met. He always was putting people ahead of himself and caring about everyone that he encountered. Me and Connor have so many memories with each other and so many that I will cherish for forever to come. I remember when I first started coming around Connor and we were becoming friends. Everytime I would See him it wouldnt be a “hey what’s up” or a “hey, good to see you” he would always come up and give me a hug and ask how I am and what’s new that’s going on with me. His personality was just like that. Always being considerate and caring. I will be thinking about him constantly and will always be missing him.

Riley Zaworski

June 19, 2020

I have known Connor since I was at Austin elementary with him. I went on to attend cottonwood, west, and CHS with him as well. He easily became one of my favorite people. He never failed to make me laugh and smile, even when I didn’t want to he found a way. I have countless memories with him over the years. I miss how we would walk to class together and talk about our weekend plans. I miss the funny jokes he would tell me in class. I miss how bright a room got when he walked in. He was such an amazing person and had the biggest heart of anyone I have ever met. I love and miss him deeply. To his family and friends I can not begin to imagine how you must be feeling and I am so very sorry for the loss of this amazing person, but I hope you know how loved he was and what an impact he left on everyone that knew him.

Hannah Mather

June 19, 2020

Hannah Mather
June 18, 2020 at 7:21 pm
Connor Hubble had a heart of gold, and his compassion and sense of humor had such an incredible impact on my life, as well as so many others. He was always there with a smile to brighten up your day, and get you laughing so hard it hurt, no matter how you were feeling before. His love for everyone in his life was unmatched. Whether it was playing video games, getting food with the whole friend group, obsessing over his favorite anime, or going on adventures, his smile and excitement drew in everyone around him and rubbed off on you no matter what. His laugh was one of the best sounds I have ever heard, and it makes my heart smile just thinking about it. He was such a prankster, and loved to entertain others just to see them smile. Like the time his college roommate Kyle asked him to bring him a Dr. Pepper from the dinning hall, and he went up to the soda fountain, filled a bowl with Dr Pepper, and then carried the bowl all the way back to the dorm. Or when he’d start singing as loud and obnoxiously as he could in public just to see me get all embarrassed, but he knew it always made me smile and laugh. Or the time he ate a whole package of citric acid candy for really no other reason than to make everyone in Holcombe Hall laugh. Even on the bad days when things just sucked and it felt like everything was going wrong, he would officially declare it a “Duct Tape Day” which meant we would pick something fun to do to get our minds off the bad, and just be able to have fun and smile. Our first duct tape day he surprised me and took me to a drive in zoo. He always knew the perfect way to cheer me up, whether it was a game to play, meeting up at friends places to hangout, or taking me to BJ’s for pizookies. Connor always knew how to be there and cheer up those around him. Whether he got them a funny gift when they were going through a rough time, making faces and jokes to get a smile, or just being there to listen and talk when needed.

Kevin and Cheryl Briggs

June 19, 2020

Connor was such a delightful kid. We were always happy to see and visit with him. He always had a smile and a kind word. We will all miss him. Praying for you all.

Karen McWhorter

June 19, 2020

Karen McWhorter
June 17, 2020 at 4:58 pm
I never met Connor but am very good friends with his grandparents, Paula and Rex. They always spoke so highly of him. I don’t have any words; but know that you and your whole family are in my thoughts And prayers.

Vijitha Kantety

June 19, 2020

Vijitha Kantety
June 17, 2020 at 1:20 pm
Connor and I weren’t very close but we had a class together when he was a junior at CHS. I remember he always made everyone laugh and feel so included. He had a way of making the class so much more lively and made a last impression on me. His jokes and presence always put a smile on my face, even through the toughest days. I’m so grateful to have met such a wonderful, kind person. My prayers go out to the family.

Kaitlyn Sappington

June 19, 2020

Kaitlyn Sappington
June 17, 2020 at 12:24 pm
Connor and I weren’t very close, but i was a sports medicine trainer for the wrestling team our sophomore year of high school. Connor was the only wrestler on that team that would make a consistent effort to talk to me and make me laugh throughout the long tournament days. He was so sweet and caring, prayers to the family.

Emma Johnson

June 19, 2020

Emma Johnson
June 17, 2020 at 10:37 am
I went through elementary school, middle school, and high school with Connor. I wasn’t the closest to him but I remember playing football with him at recess and being in my 5th grade class and running cross country and track with him. Never once did I ever see him mean to anyone. He loved everyone and even the special needs kids! Connor will always be remembered in this town. Fly high high Connor. Prayers go out to the family.

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