Pamela Denise Hubbard

June 17, 1962 ‒ August 22, 2019

Sunbury, Ohio

Pamela D. Hubbard, age 57 of Galena passed away Thursday, August 22, 2019 at home surrounded by her family following a courageous battle against Glioblastoma.

She was born on June 17, 1962 in Chicago, Illinois to Molly (Wright) Davis of Sunbury and the late William Davis. Pam was a 1980 graduate of Big Walnut High School and JVS. For 26 years she worked with Victoria Secrets and Lbrands as vice president of their direct marketing department. In addition to being a realtor with Coldwell Banker and CARE Real Estate, she also owned and operated The Consulting Hubb working with DSW.

In her younger years she enjoyed softball, tennis, and volleyball. She was an avid shopper, especially of shoes and an avid fan of The Ohio State Buckeyes. She also enjoyed time tailgating and the beaches of The Outer Banks.  She was a devoted member of the Vans Valley Community Church.

A mentor to her family and work associates, she was strong, hardworking, and a true leader. Pam was also trendy with a chic style.  She was one of persistence and high expectations and enjoyed going toe-to-toe with her equally as stubborn husband. Pam was most proud of her family, especially her grandchildren.

In addition to her mother she is also survived by her beloved husband of 38 years Scott Hubbard, daughters: Lindsay (Randy) Truax of Gahanna, Alexandra Hubbard, grandsons: Grifinn and Beckett, sister Samantha (Michael) Stevens of Delaware, and brother Barry (Christine) Davis of Lancaster.

Along with her father, Pam was preceded in death by infant twin sons Jack and William Hubbard.

Friends may call Tuesday, August 27th, 2019 from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, 637 N. St. Rt. 61 at St. Rt. 3, Sunbury, Ohio 43074, where services will follow on Wednesday, August 28th, at 11:00 a.m., with Pastor Larry DeWitt officiating. Burial will follow in Sunbury Memorial Park.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to: National Foundation for Cancer Research Fund, P.O. Box 96024, Washington, D.C. 20090-6024.

Condolences may be expressed at The DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home of Sunbury is honored to serve the Hubbard family.


  • On behalf of the Vans Valley Community Church congregation. We would like to extend our deepest condolences to the family of Pam. To Scott, Lyndsey, and Alex our prayers and sympathy are with you in your loss. Pam was a very respected and active member. She held many leadership positions over the years. She will be deeply missed but never forgotten at Vans Valley. Your loss will
    will be felt by many.

  • Even though I had not seen Pam for a while I will always remember her chic style that she pulled off so well , as well as her kindness expressed to us when our daughter was injured in Afghanistan. She was a very kind and loving person and I enjoyed working with her on many of the committees we were on together at Vans Valley church. I know how proud she was of her family and how much she loved them. My prayers to her family.

  • Being part of Pam’s extended family, I was only around her once or twice. However, she meant a great deal to our nephew. It was her loving attention and empathy that saw he was well supported through some trying times. Bless her tender heart for noticing his needs and meeting them to the best of her ability. My condolences to her entire family for what must be a sorrowful loss. May her body rest in peace while her soul sings in eternity.

  • Please accept our most sincere sympathy in the passing of your loved one! She accomplished a lot in her few short years. We will continue to pray, for each of you, in the coming days! L0ve, Mike, Julie , Corey & Laikyn Jones

  • Dearest Molly and Family,

    Words can not express the pain we feel at Pam’s passing. We share your sorrow on a
    personal basis. Pam was a gifted person in many ways and will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Rest in the knowledge that she is at peace with our Lord.

    Love and Prayers,

    Jack and Vera Small

  • Pam was warm, motivated, organized and always at the top of her game. You could always count on a positive attitude. She also had a really fun side. I was a vendor working on her account but she always treated me as part of the gang. I have many warm memories of her. My deepest condolences to her many loved ones. She will be missed.
    God Bless, you are in my prayers
    Maris Lambert

  • Dear Hubbard & Davis Families,

    I don’t even know where to start. I last chatted with Pam about a year and a half ago, but she didn’t mention that she was ill We were co-workers for many years at Victoria’s Secret. We became good friends while she was expecting Alex and I was expecting Ben, going through the joys of pregnancy together. I remember how grateful and joyful she was for Alex after experiencing her sorrowful loss of the twins. Though I hadn’t seen her in several years, I will miss her dearly. She was such a wonderful person – genuine, kind, witty, spunky and just an all around good person. I am deeply saddened and my heart goes out to her entire family. May memories of her in better times and the impact she had on others bring a bit of comfort to your hearts.

    I will keep you all in my prayers.

    Lisa Perryman

  • I’m so sincerely sorry to hear about Pam’s passing. My heart breaks for you all. Joey and Stanley

  • To Sam, Barry, and Molly, my heart sank when I heard the news. What a great life she lived and friends she made. I have great memories of your whole family. I wish I could have told you all this in person. God bless you and all of Pam’s family. With love from my family, Tom Ruddy

  • To my cousin Scott and his family,
    I couldn’t be there today but my prayers are with you. I love you & loved Pam. She was always so sweet to me. I am so sorry for your loss.

  • Just herd about Pam so sorry to here . She was a sweet lady an a class act an a smile that would warm anyone’s heart .Knew her mom an dad well she showed us a house once .you are all such a great family God Bless

  • I am heartbroken to learn of Pam’s passing. I worked with Pam for a number of years through a partnership my company had with L Brands, and we became friends during that time. Pam was a giving, kind, honest, bright soul who knew how to love and laugh like we all should aspire to do. I recall working with several people throughout L Brands who considered Pam as a mentor, and one of them affectionately referring to Pam as “Mother Hubbard.” After Pam’s diagnosis, I visited her at her home shortly after her surgery. What I recall from that visit was her optimistic spirit, her smile, and her sense of humor. That is how I will remember her. An amazing women who will be dearly missed. To Scott and the kids and grandkids, know that she spoke of you all often with great pride and love. God Bless you all.

  • I just saw this very sad news. Pam was one of the most beautiful people, both inside and out. Her family was her life and love. My Prayers go out to her family. May her spirit live on in both Lindsay and Alex.

  • Scott, Lindsay & Alex,
    I just found out today of your incredible loss. I have known Pam since she first started at Victoria’s Secret Catalog and I have so many happy memories of spending time with Pam. I’m sure you know how very very special she was to so many people.