Hubbert Hedgeman McWilliams affectionately known as Hubby was born to the late James McWilliams and his beloved mother Minnie McWilliams in Richmond, Virginia on April 17, 1958. Hubbert was raised by Minnie and (Stepfather) John Winn. He grew up with 3 Brothers Rudolph McWilliams (Linda), Jamal Qadir, Gerald McWilliams, 2 Sisters Sandra Winn Taylor (Samuel), and Melissa Winn.\n\nHubbert attended Grace Institutional Baptist Church where he was baptized. As a child fell in love with animals, especially dogs. He had an infectious sense of humor and loved to talk and tell stories. His personality filled the room with laughter and joy. Joking and being playful was an expected occurrence when Hubbert came around.\n\nHe was blessed with a large and loving family. He jumped at any opportunity to attend every family event and work the grill. He loved to get together. Warm weather was his favorite time of year. Hubbert grew up on the Southside of Richmond. He attended George-Withe Highschool. He also attended Smith Dale Massey Community College where he received certificates in Business Computer Applications. Hubbert accomplished his GED, and Certificates in Computer engineering, Auto mechanics, Welding, Carpentry, and Boating.\n\nHe spent his young life immersed in the musical community. He would carry that passion to adulthood teaching himself to play several instruments. He was the drummer and keyboardist in Group called Solar Energy Band and Show. Singing was also dear to him. Hubbert was an avid outdoorsman. He loved the ocean and consistently crabbed and fished after retirement. He was brilliant in cars, computers, and electronics there weren't many gadgets he couldn't build from the ground up.\n\nHe Loved his 3 children; Corrales R. Robinson who preceded his father's death, Sauntia Cotman (Tyson) and Toinese McWilliams Johnson (Danya Rey), and 9 grandchildren, Ramell, Corey Jr, (twins) Makayla and Makenzie, Eli, Ezra, Keilani, Keidan, and an unborn grandchild. Hubbert will be missed by his devoted friend Janet Brunson and his devoted cousins Julius, Brenda, Willard, and Saint Clair Turnage, and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends.\n\nHe will be dearly missed by his loved ones.\n\nRemains rest at Mimms Funeral Home, 1827 Hull St., where funeral service will be held on Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at 1 p.m. Interment Maury Cemetery.