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George Mortimer Hoobler, sixth son of Jacob III and Margaret Elmira Smith Hoobler, was born January 28,1877 in Livingston County, Illinois, just south of Streator. That summer, his family immigrated to Kansas.

While attending the Kansas City Veterinary School, he met Dora E. Smitherman. They were married March 9,1910 in Kansas City. Dora was born in Berwyn, near Boken Bow on April 1, 1885.

George bought the veterinary practice of Dr. Vinnedge, and practiced for 35 years, after his retirement, they moved to Lincoln. George died in Lincoln on July 14, 1967, and is buried in Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Dora died May 23,1976. Their sons Everett and Lewis C were adopted.

(from a local newspaper) Dr. G. M. Hoobler Funeral Is Set

Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Umbergerís, 48th and Vine, for Dr. George Hoobler, 90, of 1517 Nemaha. Dr. Hoobler, a retired veterinary, died Friday July 14, 1967.

A graduate of Kansas City School of Veterinary Medicine, he had practiced in Sargent 35 years.

Upon his retirement in 1947, Dr. Hoobler moved to Lincoln. He was a lifelong member of the Nebraska Veterinary Association.

Survivors include his wife, Dora E.; sons Lewis C., Lincoln; Everett, Anchorage, Alaska; Walter Williams, Kansas City, Mo.; and 11 grandchildren.