Hubert Wade Wood
  • 65 years old
  • Date of birth: Oct 2, 1927
  • Place of birth:
    Buckingham, Virginia, United States
  • Date of passing: Mar 19, 1993
  • Place of passing:
    Lynchburg, Virginia, United States
Let the memory of Hubert be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Hubert Wood, 65, born on October 2, 1927 and passed away on March 19, 1993. We will remember him forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Pam Taylor on 2nd October 2017

"Happy 9th Birthday Daddy.. I miss you so much everyday..,some days more than others..I wish you were here when I need your shoulder or just one of your "it's gonna be OK bear hugs. "  REST EASY UNTIL I SEE YOU AGAIN.
Your daughter"

This tribute was added by Pam Taylor on 8th April 2017

"I miss you Daddy"

This tribute was added by Pam Taylor on 19th March 2016

"23 years ago today on my birthday you left us....you are missed so much everyday.  I wish SO MUCH you were still here with us,,,,I will see you again in Heaven......"

This tribute was added by Jackie Spradlin on 17th April 2015

"I remember Uncle Hubert he was a great man ! he was gentle, kind and he would make you laugh. he would take all of us on for a boat ride. he was the kind of person that you would love to be around ."

This tribute was added by Elaine Stern on 16th April 2015

"I will never forget the profound impact that my Uncle Hubert made on me. He looked like a Big Ole Bear…he was the most gentle, kind person and always liked to kid around and make you laugh!! He left this world way to soon. I know God had a reason for calling him home early. Can't wait to see you in heaven Uncle Hubert so we can play ball again. Love and Miss You."

This tribute was added by Pam Taylor on 16th April 2015

"I miss you Daddy but I know that you are my guardian angel.  I was definitely a daddys little girl and on the flip side daddys little (tom)boy.  Who needed Barbie dolls when you had a Daddy ready to hit the backyard and throw softball, get the fishing poles all "fixed up and ready to go" and took off to what you referred to where all the fish were to be caught as the "honey hole", and take off to Buckingham with the guns and line up cans and start shooting?  Your love for all mankind was in inspiration to all of us.  I never forget the day you took your coat off your back in the freezing cold and gave it to one of your employees because he was less fortunate and didn't have anything to keep him warm.  The smile on your face when you went up and down the roads of downtown Lynchburg all dressed up in your clown suit riding your little mini bike creating many smiles on little ones faces when they saw you and the candy coming.  The gifts you bought and took to the Shriners Crippled Childrens Hospital and the love you gave all of those precious little angels.  The neighborhoods that had no Christmas for their families that you provided for....and the list could go on forever...and no, you didn't do it by yourself...but always with the help of my sweet, loving Mama that was always by your side.  The love that you both had for each other was like no love i have ever seen between 2 people.  I can't wait to see you again Daddy...I know that you are patiently waiting at those beautiful gates with that sweet smile with your arms open wide waiting to grab me up and hug me with those big ole bear arms and give me my butterfly kisses on my forehead.....then i will take your hand and we will walk down the beautiful streets paved in gold....off on our journey down the road in Heaven to reminisce and join the ones already there and waiting....OH WHAT A BEAUTIFUL DAY THAT WILL BE.....I love you Daddy, and I miss you so much....Until we meet again.....Your baby girl..."

Leave a Tribute:
Invite your family and friends
to visit this memorial:

Subscribe to receive e-mail notifications when others contribute to this memorial.

Click on a photo to enlarge.

This memorial is administered by:

Pam Taylor


Have a suggestion for us?

We are waiting for your feedback!