History & Staff

We have years of experience caring for families, from all walks of life. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession, dedicated to excellence in service, and have the highest integrity.

Our History

Our History

Hubbard Funeral Home, Inc. has been serving the Maryland community since it was founded in 1941 by Howard and Louise Hubbard. The Hubbards cared for the Crisfield community and surrounding area until 1949, when they returned to Baltimore. Operating from a location on Edmonson Avenue until 1954, the funeral home was ultimately moved to our current location on Wilkens Avenue. Over the years, numerous additions and renovations have been made to the building, but the Hubbard’s core beliefs have persisted: All families deserve an exceptional standard of service regardless of budget.

Our entire staff strive to meet the needs and exceed the expectations of the residents of the Baltimore area and all of Maryland.

Hubbard Funeral Home, Inc. is committed to being the most professional, ethical, and highest quality funeral and cemetery service organization in our industry. Our family’s focus is to provide meaningful service and compassion to your family in your time of need. Experienced professionals who are familiar with all funeral traditions and the grief process are always available to assist you.

Our Valued Staff

  • Brian  Lewis

    Brian Lewis, Manager & Funeral Director

  • Cynthia Reimbold

    Cynthia Reimbold, Funeral Director/Mortician

  • Richard C. Snider

    Richard C. Snider, Funeral Director/Mortician

  • Scarlett Congdon

    Scarlett Congdon, Receptionist

  • Abby  Weidel

    Abby Weidel, Funeral Assistant

  • Bill  Mathews

    Bill Mathews, Funeral Assistant

  • Michael  Murtha

    Michael Murtha

  • Tim  Shipley

    Tim Shipley

  • Holly Lewis

    Holly Lewis, Emotional Support Dog