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Dave "Hubie" Hubert dedicó más 31 años a la profesión de extinción de incendios, sirviendo en diferentes posiciones de bombero, al Coordinador de Defensa contra incendios antes de su retiro en 1997 como Capitán de Bomberos de la Autoridad de Bomberos del Condado de Orange, en el sur de California.

A lo largo de su carrera, Dave’s cartoons – named “HUBIE’s” – have appeared in fire service magazines, la decoración de paredes parque de bomberos, Camisetas, así como ilustraciones de todo, desde homenajes cumpleaños y jubilación personalizadas para llamar la atención, caricaturas humorísticas en los libros de formación de bomberos incluyendo arte técnico para manuales de instrucciones formales.

Although much of Dave’s early artwork spans a broad variety of topics as showcased in the collector’s edition “Hubie and the Fire Service," the majority of his cartooning revolves around the profession he loves and respects so much – the fire service.

Now in retirement, and refocusing his remarkable artistic vision and ability in yet another direction, Dave completed the restoration of a 1902 horse-drawn steam fire engine in 1996. Since its completion, his “Steamer Team” of retired firefighters donate their time by participating in statewide community and charity events, representing the California State Firefighters’ Association (SCAF) in the interest of public safety and fire prevention education.

A few years ago. Dave and his wife Barbara decided to tell the story of finding and fully restoring their vintage steam fire engine by producing a 55 minute documentary DVD “The Steamer – An American Icon.”

More recently and inspired by being with the steamer’s fire horse teams for the past 16 año, Dave came to the conclusion that the great fire horses of yesteryear have never been given enough credit for their unceasing bravery in the face of the ravages of fire, so he wrote and illustrated a new book “Christmas Major".

This is a colorful, heart-warming Christmas story about a poor orphan who beats all odds through dedication and hard work, and a beautiful, young, spirited draft horse that becomes a great fire horse…serving his community as a lead fire horse, and saving Christmas day for the local orphanage in the early 1900’s.

The book is dedicated to weaving many historical facts into a delightful story that teaches that hard work, responsibility, devotion, courage, and helping others in need can lead to triumph over hardship. You can learn more about the book from this Diciembre 24, 2013 Community Alert interview with Dave and Barbara Hubert as the talk about their new book “Christmas Major, El caballo que salvó la Navidad ".

To learn more about Dave’s books, the documentary “The Steamer – An American Icon"and visit HubiePictures.com.

Dave’s cartoons shown in the Gallery are available by clicking on the work you would like to use. Usted puede contact Dave directly to request personalized artwork that will meet your specific needs.

 

David Hubert

David Hubert

Dave "Hubie" Hubert dedicó más 31 años a la profesión de extinción de incendios, sirviendo en diferentes posiciones de bombero, al Coordinador de Defensa contra incendios antes de su retiro en 1997 como Capitán de Bomberos de la Autoridad de Bomberos del Condado de Orange, en el sur de California. A lo largo de su carrera, Caricaturas de Dave - llamados "Hubies" - han aparecido en revistas de servicio de bomberos, la decoración de paredes parque de bomberos, Camisetas, así como ilustraciones de todo, desde homenajes cumpleaños y jubilación personalizadas para llamar la atención, caricaturas humorísticas en los libros de formación de bomberos incluyendo arte técnico para manuales de instrucciones formales.