In loving memory of

Scott Hubler
November 26, 1970 - July 14, 2021

Scott Hubler passed away on July 14, 2021, at the age of 50. He was the husband of Jamee Hubler. They shared 22 happy years of marriage together.

Scott was born in Lansing, Michigan and later moved to Missouri where he grew up until his sophomore year in high school. The family moved to Cave Creek, Arizona in 1986. He attended Cactus Shadows High School and graduated in 1989. He attended college for 3 days and shortly figured out that was not for him.

He worked in the automotive industry for 25 years. Scott was a natural leader and was loved by many throughout the industry.

He was a humble man, who cherished family time and loved spending his days off outdoors. His passion was hunting deer and elk, fishing, smoking meats and video documenting his cooking skills or hunts (he could make absolutely any topic EXCITING).

He is survived by his wife Jamee Hubler, daughter and son-in-law Stephanie and Matt Litman, daughter Savannah Hubler and son Hunter Hubler. Grandfather to Levi and Wyatt Litman. His parents, Randy and Barb Hubler, brothers and sister in laws, Randy and Shayla Hubler, Chad Hubler, Rob and Denise Hubler. And many nieces and nephews.

Memorial donations in lieu of flowers may be made to Phoenix Police Officer Matt Litman to assist with ongoing medical treatment for his battle with cancer [Venmo: @Stephanie-Litman].


Jocelyn Raught wrote on Jul 22, 2021:

"Although it has been many years since Scott was at Cactus Shadows, he is and will always be one of my ?kids?, just as Savannah and Hunter are now. My heart is saddened and all my love goes out to your family. Abrazos grandes para todos! I am sorry for your loss. "

Rick Hoffman wrote on Jul 22, 2021:

"So very saddened to have heard the news and my deepest heartfelt condolences go out to you all at this time. Scott was truly one of a kind and his presence will be missed by so many. Scott was a brother and was my first ASM in the car business oh so many years ago. I still cherish the times I was able to spend with him and Jamee and consider them some of the best times. I have a few great examples, but would love to share a quick example of one?. My mom and sister discovered they had a peeping Tom looking into their house at night. Well as soon as we heard about it, Scott wanted to act. So we spent the night camped out in the backyard of my moms house, wearing his camo and using his night vision goggles to sniper some one who happened to be unlucky enough to attempt anything. Fortunately they never came and we ended up sharing a few drinks, smokes and laughs in one of the most non-eventful blasts of a night I?ve ever had. Pure Scott?. He truly was a great guy and although we hadn?t spoken in years, I know if I would have seen him at any time, he would have greeted me with a giant smile and treated me like a brother. I?m sorry I missed my chance to make it happen?. Much love and my deepest condolences to Jamee, Stephanie, Hunter and Savannah. Randy, Barb, Chad, Randy, Rob and all the kids. Many of you have been family or like family to me over the years and I truly hope feel the love and are comforted by the impact he has left on this Earth with all those fortunate enough to know him. Rest In Peace Scott. You are already very missed. "

Michael Conway wrote on Jul 21, 2021:

"To the Hubler family, I am at a loss for words over the loss of Scott. I enjoyed working with Scott and had many great times with him. One moment stands out........ When the new Viper came out, I was lucky enough to be personally involved with the Viper program, and was in charge of the Vipers at the dealership. At that time, we also had one of the General Lee's from the TV show " Dukes of Hazzard ". Anyways, on Xmas Eve, I had asked Scott if I could take either the Viper home or the General Lee, and put it in my when I woke up Xmas morning, I could go out, open my garage and see my pretend Xmas present. Scott looked at me, pointed at my chest and said NO! You are not taking the General Lee for that....and proceeded to leave. So based on the power of deduction, I took home the Viper. On Dec. 26th, Scott says to me...what the hell were you thinking? I said, said I could not take the General Lee....nothing about the Viper. He was alittle mad......The next day Baxter walked in and asked Scott if he had to get permission from him or me to take the Viper out for a ride. Even though he was a little mad, he later laughed about it. He was never a person to hold a grudge, and his kindness and great personality will be missed. Rest in Peace Scott Sincerely, Mike Conway"

Marsha Hall Shafet wrote on Jul 21, 2021:

"To : Scott Hubler Family This news of Scott's death has shocked our entire Hall family since we have known Scott a very close friend to our son Steven Hall and our entire family. Over the years Scott would reach out to me making sure I was doing well and I would give Scott updates on Steven' s siblings . Scott was very proud of his beautiful wife, daughters and son. He made sure I was updated on the Joy's of precious family . He was extremely successful in his career but always humble by acknowledging successes of his Team members that worked with him. Scott loved his adventures and enjoyed Sharing his exciting experiences with my family.,especially Scott Troy and Stacey Hall. Our love and Prayers go out to Scott 's Parents. Siblings, his Wife, Daughters, Son and extended family and loving friends. Scott's spirit will remain in our hearts and memories with Love , Joy and Happiness He brought to all who new him. We will Cherish Him! Marsha Hall Shafer Scott. Troy Hall and Stacey Higman- Crow "

Michael J Cook wrote on Jul 21, 2021:

"Wow Scott. I was shocked to hear the news and it still seems so unreal. One of the coolest guys ever and I am proud to have known you and to have been your friend. I will miss our sporadic conversations and will always regret that the time got away from us and we put that lunch off for too long. I have so many great memories and have always considered you one of the best of us. I know you will be up there finding a way to hunt and fish. I know you will always be watching over your beautiful wife and family and I do not think there will be enough room for all your friends at any venue. I remember Cocomo Joes when you were moving back and we rocked that place. I was so happy when you called me for a job at the Big C and we brought you back here with us. Rest in Peace Brother and MFMC will look you up when my time comes!"