Joseph Gawler’s Sons, LLC

5130 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC


Ronald James HUBBARD

June 30, 1934March 31, 2020

Ronald James HUBBARD was born on June 30, 1934 and passed away on March 31, 2020 and is under the care of Joseph Gawler's Sons, LLC.

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Ronald James HUBBARD

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Daniel Cronk

June 26, 2020

I am truly saddened and send all my prayers though late to family and friends. Ron or as he used to call me Leroy was one of the souls that if you were fortunate to me even just once you felt like your were embracing an old friend. Well old friend ty for everything you are the brightest of stars and will be missed!

Debby Robinson

April 22, 2020

Mr. Hubbard was well known at our apartment complex. My Granddaughter Kaylee thought the world of him. As we all did. Kaylee was always going to see him and if I saw him he would say, Where’s my girl??? We all will miss him, but I know God welcomed Mr. Hubbard with open arms. We are so blessed that he was known by him . Our heart are sharing in the passing of his beautiful soul Our prayer is with you all for comfort

Rachel Nigh

April 15, 2020

Mr Hubbard loved my daughters as granddaughters. He often would visit and bring special gifts. More than once he attended school dances with my daughters. Holidays were spent with his handsome smile and laugh. He is and was very loving. His body is greatly missed but being able to tell him we love him and know his spirit/energy Hearst’s is reassuring. Ronald is a beautiful; wonderful man.

Cheryl Hillman

April 9, 2020

One memory of Ronald was his generosity when my daughter Kelsie, Jayson ( Layla’s dad) my granddaughter Layla and myself went for a visit in the summer of 2017. Ronald showered my granddaughter with gifts while we were there.

I found out later that he also purchased gifts for many children that lived in his complex.

I will remember Ronald picturing him riding on what I called his “Bat Mobile” carrying his oxygen tank along. What a trooper!