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“Michael was a former coworker Who became a Friend. He is the son of my dear friend Marie who lives known for 15 years. So hearing about his loss was...Read More »
1 of 8 | Posted by: Analisa Thirlwall - Friend

“I met Michael at Studio 850. He was always kind and had a big smile. He encouraged me and helped me while I trained. My favorite time was when he and...Read More »
2 of 8 | Posted by: Malena Lewellyn - Rowlett

“I have met Michael only a few times. Michael was gentle and I will always remember him and his beautiful kind eyes ”
3 of 8 | Posted by: Thais Hobbs - London - England, RI

“Death is nothing else but going home to God,the bond of love will be unbroken for all eternity Mother Theresa I look at pictures of Micheal and I...Read More »
4 of 8 | Posted by: Corinne Rasse - Brussels

“What a sad loss to the universe, such a loving and caring bloke taken way to early. Always looked up too you and loved you as a brother. Fly high...Read More »
5 of 8 | Posted by: Ben Lawrence - Perth - Friend

“I'm so sorry for your loss! You will all be in my prayers. ”
6 of 8 | Posted by: Catherine Hubach-Pitts - Abilene, TX

“I'm sorry for ya'lls loss. My prayers are with the family and friends. RIP cousin!!! ”
7 of 8 | Posted by: Kaci Robinson - Lubbock, TX

“We will miss u and we will be praying for family ”
8 of 8 | Posted by: Bj Gardner - Ballinger, TX


Michael Hubach was the son of Marie Fisher and Henry Hubach. He was born in Abilene, Texas, and grew up in Winters, Texas. Michael and Meagan were the parents to their beautiful daughter Mila Marie Hubach whom he loved with his whole heart. Growing up Michael was adventurous and hardheaded, not to mention very talented as well. From hunting and fishing with his grandparents Nana and Pa, to traveling with his father out of the country, and visiting places like NASA with his mom, he was always wanting to experience the many things life had to offer. He loved to play rugby and was the star of the show when we would go out to see him at his games in Dallas and Houston. His friends Eddie and Andrew, and their close group of guys made many memories together along the way through high school and the many years after. He would bring up crazy stories of their past when they were all together that would make for some crazy laughs. Mike had a heart of gold, one that exhibited unconditional love for all of those around him. He was always going out of his way to do things for other people and was a huge foundational pillar of strength and love for others too. Some of Michaels favorite things to do were traveling to visit family, engaging in sports like rugby and muay thai, spending time with his daughter Mila, and grilling out with his family. He was a strong man, not one of many words but always speaking through his actions of compassion and dedication to those he loved and cared for. The memories we have in our minds and hearts of Michael will be cherished forever, and even though he is no longer with us, his time and love that has impacted all of our hearts will not be forgotten. A wonderful, amazing man, son, father, partner, and friend that will always be remembered.

Mother Marie Fisher, Father Henry Hubach and wife Elisabeth, Brother and sister Luke and Isabella, Daughter Mila Hubach, Significant Other Meagan Rushing, Grandparents Eva and Rey Reyna, Uncle Johnny Fisher and wife Cathy, Aunt Jennifer Reyna, Uncle Phil Hubach and wife Anna, Aunt Sylvia Sherman, Aunt Shirley Herridge and husband Gerald, Aunt Silena Perry and countless other relatives and friends.