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August 23, 2020

It is with great sadness that the family announces the sudden death of a beloved husband, father, grandfather, son, brother and friend, Blaine Dennis Hubley, at home, Aug. 23, 2020, at the age of 42. Born March 13, 1978, to proud parents, Marie Duncan and Dennis Hubley, he was best-known for his immense passion for life and laughter and will be forever remembered by his family and friends as that one guy who could always make a person smile, even in the darkest times. In his younger years, Blaine enjoyed a short stint in the military before moving on to his career as a professional truck driver. Once on the road, he took a job with Stark International and began to learn all the do's and don't's of running an oil processor. These skills eventually led him to his second home as an oil processor technician at Framatome in Kincardine. Blaine enjoyed time with family and friends, hockey, Nascar, movies, and all things car-related. He is most noted for ripping up and down the local highways in his treasured Shelby! Survived by his loving wife, Jessie; son, Cole; daughters, Brittany (Aaron) and Haley; mother, Marie; father, Dennis; sister Carla (Cory); brothers, Glenn (Meagan) and Cory; his grandparents, Herman and Elsie, and Sylvia; and stepmoms, Candy and Sharon. Sadly missed by his grandchildren, Chayse; his princess, Brielle; and Leo, by whom he was fondly referred to as "Goompa" - a role he took very seriously and enjoyed to the fullest. Also survived by his aunts, Beverly (Richard), and Denise (Pete); and uncles, Perry, Jim, and Dale (Carol). Predeceased by his grandfather, Noble; and uncle, Carmen. Funeral arrangements are under the joint direction of MacKenzie and McCreath Funeral Home, Lucknow, and D.S. Crowell and Son Funeral Home, Sheet Harbour, Nova Scotia. Details of services will be released in the coming days. A special thank you to the Lucknow Fire and Rescue first-responders. Your kindness and compassion will always be remembered and appreciated. Interment, St. Luke's Cemetery, Liscomb, Nova Scotia.