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Joseph James "Joe" Hobza
Sep14, 1908 - Dec 22, 1980
Submitted by: Glenn

Enid Morning News
22 December 1980

Kingfisher – Funeral services for Joseph J. (Joe) Hobza, 72, who died Monday in a Kingfisher hospital, will be at 2 PM Wednesday in the Sanders Funeral Chapel.

Burial will be in the Kingfisher Cemetery, under direction of the Sanders Funeral Service.

Hobza was born September 14, 1908, in Hennessey, the son of Joseph and Mary Hladik Hobza. He and Jahneta the McKeever were married August 29, 1945, at Oklahoma City.

Hobza farmed southeast of Kingfisher for about 55 years. He was employed by Rockwell during the 50s and by Kingfisher County for approximately 25 years.

He was a member of the I00F Lodge.

Survivors include his wife Jahneta and a daughter, Judith Ann Wells of the home; five sisters and a brother, David Hobza, Frances Hobza, Estella Hobza, Josephine Hobza, May Buettner and Mrs. Tollesson, all of Kingfisher.

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