Hubert Harrison Ashcraft

Hubert Harrison Ashcraft
Hubert Harrison Ashcraft


Hubert Harrison Ashcraft, age 73, of Fort Wayne, Indiana passed away on May 29,

2019. Hubie “Senior” as he was known, was born on May 13, 1946 and raised in Seymour, Indiana.

He was the son of Hubert Kenneth Ashcraft and Daisy Bell (Collingsworth) Ashcraft.

He earned his Master of Arts Degree in Business Education from Ball State University in 1975. He was a Secondary School Teacher at Garrett High School, Professor at International Business College, and

Financial Planner/Counselor for Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Northeastern Indiana where he retired in 2012.

He married Rebecca Ann Bloom of Garrett, Indiana on June 19, 1971. Hubie Sr. was a Professional Musician from 1959 to 2007 where he performed throughout the Midwest.

He enjoyed all genres of popular music, songwriting, the genealogy study of his family history, fishing, many years enjoying quality time at the family lake cottage, and following his son, “The Hubie Ashcraft Band” throughout the heartland of the Midwest.

He was survived by two children, Hubert Ryan (Stephanie) Ashcraft and Carly Amanda (Bart) Buchanan, and three grandchildren including Fiona Shay Ashcraft, Jackson John Buchanan, and Daisy May Buchanan of Fort Wayne, a sister Michele Jane “Micki” (Edwin) Judd of Indianapolis, and a brother Joseph Lee (Tobiatha) Ashcraft of Seymour.

Hubie Sr. was preceded in death by a daughter, Nikki Dee Ashcraft, both parents Hubert K. and Daisy Ashcraft, a sister Judith Ann “Judy” (Larry) Schmidt and a sister Susan Elizabeth “Suzi” (Junior) Wagers.

Funeral service will be held 4:00 p .m. Sunday, June 2, 2019 at D.O. McComb & Sons Covington Knolls Funeral Home at 8325 Covington Road Fort Wayne, IN 46804 with visitation prior to the service from 2:00- 4:00 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to the “Hubert H. Ashcraft Grandchildren Education Fund” and can be mailed to the funeral home.

We encourage you to visit to view Hubert's online Memory Book and leave a memory, life story, or condolence.

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