Frederick Arthur Hubble, age 70, of Baddeck, N.S. passed away Nov. 27, 2015, at the Victoria General Hospital Halifax. He was the son of John Henderson and the late Connie Hubble-Henderson. Fred served 25 years in the Canadian Army Signal Corps. During 1976-1980, he served with Canadian Airborne. He served with the U.N. in Canadian Peace Keeping in Cyprus and Egypt. Fred completed two tours in Germany for a total of seven years. He was an active member of the Baddeck Lions Club and Royal Canadian Legion. Fred embraced the village he became so a part of, he could be found at the Alexander Graham Bell Museum, Kidston Island Beach, driving Baadeck Yarns car in the parades and delivering Meals on Wheels. He had a way with everyone he met, and tormented every cashier and waitress in the village. He took the time to know them all. Although here for a short time he became larger than life and will be greatly missed. Fred is survived by sons, Chad (Marta), Ted (Meighan), Christopher (Claudia) and grandson William; daughter Angela; brother Les (Jane); his soul mate Patricia Fields and her children, Christopher (James) and Michelle. He was predeceased by his mother Connie, brothers, Ted and Rick Hubble. Visitation for Fred will be held Tuesday, Dec. 1 from 4-7 p.m. at MacAskill Funeral Home, 43 Grant St., Baddeck. The funeral will be held at 2 p.m Wednesday Dec. 2 in the Greenwood United Church with Rev Alison Etter officiating.