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James L Hubbard
Aug 6, 1911 - Oct 19, 1999
Submitted by: Glenn

Enid Morning News
October 1999

Kingfisher – The funeral for James L. Hubbard, 88, will be 10:30 AM Friday at Federated Church. The Reverends Tom Devitt and Kevin Tully will officiate.

Burial will be in Altona Cemetery. Arrangements are by Sanders Funeral Service.

He was born August 6, 1911, in Altona to George and Myrtle Bliss Hubbard and died Tuesday, October 19, 1999, at Kingfisher Regional Hospital.

He farmed in the Altona community. On July 26, 1933, he married Anna Bliss at Kingfisher. She was a member of Altona Community Church.

Surviving are one daughter, Barbara Bornemann of El Reno; one son, James Leroy of Altona; and two grandsons.

He was preceded in death by his wife, two brothers and four sisters.
 

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