HUBBARD, Millard Carlton (1887-1962)
Monday, August 6, 2012 at 12:39PM
Jo Giessner

(1) IGO - Millard Carlton Hubbard, a rancher in this area all his life, died at his home [South Fork Road, Igo] yesterday afternoon [15 June 1962] at the age of 75.

E. Duge Stanford, Shasta County Coroner, said Hubbard apparently died of a heart attack. Hubbard was born on the ranch Feb 18, 1887. He attended schools in Igo and was a veteran of the first world war.

Hubbard was also a charter member of the Igo Odd Fellows lodge.

Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at McDonald's Chapel in Redding.

Hubbard leaves a brother, Leslie E. of Klamath Falls, Oregon; two nieces, Miss Donna Rae Hubbard of Klamath Falls, and Mrs. Marcene Bolton of Redding; a nephew, Robert Williams of Whitmore, and several grand nieces and nephews.

(2) Funeral Services for Millard C. Hubbard were conducted yesterday afternoon at McDonald's Chapel.

Members of the Odd Fellows Lodge of Redding officiated. Interment followed at Lawncrest Memorial Park.

The casket bearers were Alton L. Richter, Henry Miller, Lennie Powers, Paul Jacobsen, Merrill Olinger and Al Wristen.

The honorary casket bearers were Thomas A. Vaughan, Jr., William Richter, Sr., Roy Fowler, Gene Powers, Frank A. Richter, Henry Rother, A. W. Minor and Charles Huelsman.

Hubbard was a member of the Odd Fellows Welcome Lodge No. 209 of Igo and the Shasta Encampment No. 14 of Redding. He was an associate member of the Volcano Historical Lodge No. 75 of Saratoga.

[Millard C. Hubbard was the son of Dayton Harrison Hubbard (1859-1922) and Cynthia Ellen Smith Hubbard (1864-1932). He was the grandson of Stephen Return Hubbard (1813-1889) an early resident of Igo-Ono vicinity.]

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