Mary M. Lenz (Hoebing) 1893-1949
Mrs. Edward B. Hoebing
Okarche Chieftain, Thursday, July 21, 1949
Mrs. Ed Hoebing Passes Away Sunday — Sudden
Heart Attack Proves Fatal to Long-Time Resident
The sudden death of Mrs. Ed Hoebing, 55, which occurred
at 8:45 Sunday evening, July 17, greatly shocked her family and
many friends and acquaintances in Okarche.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoebing were entertaining a group of
friends on the lawn of their home when a sudden heart attack proved
fatal. She received medical aide and was rushed to the Okarche Hospital
where all efforts to revive her were unsuccessful.
Funeral services will be held at 8:30 am Friday, July
22 in the Holy Trinity Church with Father Boesmann officiating at
the Requiem Mass. Interment will be made in the Holy Trinity Cemetery.
Mary Lenz Hoebing was born Nov. 22, 1893 to the late
Nicholas & Ann Lenz at Alex, AR, and came to Oklahoma in 1910.
She was married to Ed Hoebing in August 1911. She was a member of
the Holy Trinity Altar Society, The Catholic Daughters, the VFW,
and the Gold Star Mothers.
Survivors include the husband and three sons, Eugene
of San Bernardino, California, Ancel and Victor Hoebing of the farm
home, and two daughters, Rachel and Coletta Hoebing also of the
One son, Virgil, preceded her in death in World War
II in 1946 and one daughter died in infancy. She also leaves two
brothers and one sister, Martin Lenz of Shawnee and Frank Lenz and
Mrs. Lizzie Turner of Okarche.
Relatives Called Here for Hoebing Funeral
Mrs. Ben Schettler, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schettler and
Mrs. Ray Gross of Breda, IA and Mrs. Frances Bosold of Early, IA
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moser of Coraopolis, PA, came Tuesday evening
being called here by the death of Mrs. Ed Hoebing whose funeral
will be held at 8:30 Friday a.m. in Holy Trinity Church.
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