Keoni Hubbard Obituary, Death – A boy scout from Massachusetts who was recently killed in a boating accident in New Hampshire has been identified as a child from Massachusetts who was attending middle school. His family has stated that their “hearts are forever broken” due to the “unimaginable loss” of their son, who was 11 years old. On Friday afternoon, a boating tragedy that occurred on Manning Lake near Gilmanton, New Hampshire, claimed the life of a young child from Lexington named Keoni Hubbard.
Our hearts are forever broken by the loss of our Keoni,” the Hubbard family said in a statement after the passing of their loved one. “Keoni’s enthusiasm and compassion for others resounded with all those who loved and admired him since he was so well liked by his family and friends. Keoni was simply the best — a selfless child who truly found joy in the happiness of others,” Keoni’s family said in an additional statement. “Keoni will be greatly missed.” “Our family would like to express our gratitude to the community for all of their support and ask that they please respect our privacy during this difficult time as we mourn the unimaginable loss of our cherished Keoni.”
According to a letter that was sent out to the community over the weekend by the superintendent of schools for Lexington, the boy who was missing was a student at Clarke Middle School. He was 11 years old and a member of Boy Scout Troop 119 in Lexington.
We are writing to share the news of a tragic loss in our school community,” Superintendent Julie Hackett wrote in her letter. “I am writing to share the news of a tragic loss in our school community.” “Yesterday, a boating accident involving a kid from Clarke Middle School who was spending the summer at a camp in New Hampshire resulted in the student’s untimely death.