Vincent Hubbard Sr. 73, born on May 12,1947 passed on December 27, 2020.
He was born to Lucia Hubbard – Doyeto and Patrick Blake in Mescalero, NM. He grew up in Oklahoma and Mescalero. Vincent served in the United States Army from 1967-1969. He held numerous jobs before his extensive 23year career in Law Enforcement, retiring in 1997. He also served on the Mescalero Apache Tribal Council.
He is survived by his wife of 51years, Coleen Yuzos – Hubbard, Brother Howard Davis, Three Sons – Vincent Hubbard Jr., Robert A. Yuzos, and Vernon and Estelle Hubbard. Daughters – Jacki Yuzos, Leisha Yuzos, Karin and John Stewart, and Christina Caje. Grandchildren – Shanae and Karen Hubbard, Katurah Palmer, Cayleigh Palmer, Deven Palmer, Devynne Palmer, Xzavier C. Hubbard, Jordan E. Stewart, Victoria S. Hubbard and Vincent A. Hubbard. Great Grandchildren – Aaron Yuzos, Katiyah Apachito and Khaleb Antonio. Extended family - Francene Kanseah, Debra Enjady, Elsa Marden and Annalyn Blake. Numerous nieces and nephews, foster children, extended grandchildren and friends.
He is proceeded in death by his Mother Lucia Hubbard – Doyeto, Stepfather Vernon Doyeto, Father Patrick Blake, Brothers – Vincent A. Sunrise, Michael Blake Sr., Aldo Blake, Gerald Blake Sr., Sisters -Margilynn Daukai, Marisa Sunrise, Vickie Blake, Linda Blake, Kathleen Sunrise, Uncle - John Hubbard
Pallbearers – Eric Pena, Jovien Morgan, Jacob Daukai, Marlin Palmer, Art Salazar, John Stewart, Francis Chino, Kyle Hubbard
Honorary Pallbearers – Mark and Selena Chino, Johnny Maies, Brian Parrish, Baldwin and Judith Lester, Melferd “Boy” Yuzos and Alda Blake, Frank Young and Helen Yuzos, Rebecca Shosh, Ernest and Karen Kadayso, Rayburn Chico, Larry Beck, James Hiles, Thelton Lester, Mervil Lester, Wayne Enjady, Myrna Hanks (for Adrian Hanks), Pam Cordova, Katherine Peso, John Wheeler, John Zapp, Don Yazza, Jimmy Davis, Kenzie “Scott” Dehose, Virgil “Mash” Dehose, Anthony “Chiefo” Parker, Arvin Hosetosavit, Reuben Kessay, Fred Hubbard, Francene Larzelere, Novalene Goklish, the 1970’s Mescalero Chiefs Little League Team, and the BIA – Law Enforcement Officers.