Hello everyone, this is Wayne Hubbs' daughter Sheryl. I want to thank you all for your very kind words about my father. He was truly one of a kind and knowing how much he was loved has helped me more than you can know.
I hope I get the chance to meet some of you great people at dad's service on Saturday.
If you could all please help me out and spread the word that there will be a sale at his hangar at Smithville Municipal Airport on Saturday, August 28 at 9:00 a.m. There will be lots of aviation tools and hardware for sale as well as every possible power and non-power tool known to man. I will try to post some pics on dad's Facebook account.
Also, as much as it hurts me to do it, Big Red, dad's beloved Magni gyro is going up for sale. Spread the word and watch for ads in the normal places.
Hello Sheryl, your dad was a very special person.
If you will email PRA/me ([email protected]
) with an attachment of the funeral notice, the aircraft, and equipment you need to sell, and or if you need a go fund me for the funeral expenses let me know too PLEASE. I'll batch email 14K people, send out another 5K on constant contact, post on all the forums and Facebook pages. We loved your father.
Needed to write that before I started thinking about our loss because it seems the dang dust here in CA is making my eyes tear up as I write this.
We will all miss him. Your father made a real difference in helping/me and our rotorcraft community/ and others in this world.
The reason humans do not make heaven on earth is we do not individually make it that way each day.
Your father did make it heaven on earth for all who met him or volunteering with time and money at his airport PRA and all he met. A Truly GREAT man of kindness with actions not just words.
We love him too. You may call me/PRA if you need anything. 619 743 6712.
There are no words to express how sorry we are or remove the pain of your/our loss.
But I can trick my mind by immediately remembering all the great adventures we had together and how good/right it felt just to hang with him at fly ins.