Her­bert Hen­drix Hub­bard, at­tor­ney

Baltimore Sun - - OBITUARIES - — Jac­ques Kelly

Her­bert Hen­drix Hub­bard, a re­tired at­tor­ney and World War II veteran, died of can­cer Mon­day at the Blake­hurst Re­tire­ment Com­mu­nity. The for­mer Charlesmead res­i­dent was 94.

Born in Bal­ti­more, he was the son of Am­ber­son Hardy Hub­bard and Vir­ginia Louise Hen­drix.

He was a 1939 Bal­ti­more City Col­lege grad­u­ate. He joined the Army Air Forces and served in the Weather Squadron in Canada and Maine dur­ing World War II. He at­tained the rank of sergeant.

He earned a bach­e­lor’s de­gree at the Univer­sity of Mary­land, Col­lege Park, then re­ceived a de­gree from the Univer­sity of Mary­land School of Law. He was in­ducted into the Or­der of the Coif, an honor so­ci­ety for U.S. law school grad­u­ates.

Mr. Hub­bard clerked for a U.S. District Court judge and was later an as­sis­tant state’s at­tor­ney for Bal­ti­more.

In 1959 he joined the firm of Wein­berg and Green, later Saul Ewing, where he be­came a part­ner. He was also the found­ing chair­man of the Mary­land Bar Association’s pro­fes­sional li­a­bil­ity in­sur­ance com­pany, Le­gal Mu­tual.

He was a gen­eral coun­sel for For­est Haven Nurs­ing Home. He re­tired two years ago.

Mr. Hub­bard was a ten­nis player, an­tiques col­lec­tor and mu­sic lover. He vis­ited Hong Kong on11oc­ca­sions and spent time in Africa and Europe.

Fu­neral ser­vices will be held at 11 a.m. Satur­day at the Epis­co­pal Church of the Redeemer, 5603 N. Charles St., where he was a mem­ber.

Sur­vivors in­clude his wife of 13 years, Les­ley Pierce; two daugh­ters, Melissa Hub­bard O’Don­nell of Jack­sonville, Fla., and Ali­son Hub­bard Presti of Po­tomac; and two grand­chil­dren. His first wife of 54 years, Joanne Not­ting­ham, died in 2002.

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