Nathan Nash Hubbard
April 24, 1979 – October 8, 2019
Nash was born on April 24, 1979 in Houston, Texas and died, in his sleep at home, on October 8, 2019. He graduated from The Woodlands High School in 1998. He enlisted in the United States Army in 2000. Nash’s love for cars and trucks led him into sales, and at the time of his death, was working for Keating Tomball Ford.
Nash is survived in death by his grandmothers, Carolyn Clark and Doris Hubbard; mother Judy Hubbard; father Alan Hubbard and his wife, Eileen; his brother David and his wife, Courtney, and their daughters Avery and Kendall; his sister Allison; his brother Luke and his wife, Tammy, and their children Malynn, Easton and Noah; and his girlfriend Cory Ognisty and her son, Peyton. He will be buried next to his grandfather, Harold A. Clark, whom he loved and respected.
Nash had an epic smile and a contagious laugh. He had a heart to serve and help others, especially, those in need; a love for his friends and family. He loved spending time with his family, especially, his nieces and nephews and his girlfriend, Cory Ognisty, and her son, Peyton.
Nash was loved by many and will be missed, every day, by all.
- David Hubbard
- Luke Hubbard
- Lynn Graham
- Justin Roberts
- Daniel Davidson
- Chris Robey
- Chip Watkins
- Robert Christmas
- Peyton Ognisty, Honorary Pallbearer
- Graveside Service Sunday, October 13, 2019
Nathan Nash Hubbard
October 12, 2019
Nash I’m going to miss you making me laugh when I needed it the most. I’m going to miss your company making time to help me through the most difficult time in my life. You are the definition of a selfless person that went above and beyond comforting so many people! When I moved to The Woodlands 30 years ago you were one of my first friends. Even going our own ways at times in life we always picked up exactly where we left off. You always stayed true to your word! For that I’ll forever cherish the times we shared. May your soul Rest In Peace where one day I again hope to pickup where we left off! I love you Nash Hubbard I’ll miss you brother!
October 11, 2019
Nash was a caring thoughtful person who would always go the extra mile for his friends. It didn't matter if you hadn't seen him for a year or two, if he thought you needed him he was there. Recently I have been going through a very tough time and one of the first people to show up in my house was Nash offering support and doing anything he could do to help and make things just a little bit better. Unlike a lot of people Nash would always make time for you like nothing else mattered but what you were going through and y'all's friendship together. Nash was always Nash no matter what was going on he was somebody you could count on and I am so thankful that he was one of my best friends since I was 16 years old. I will love and miss him with all of my heart.