Holyoke Enterprise, Holyoke, Colorado, March 27, 1941




Farmer Of Holyoke Community Died At Home Following Long Illness


Funeral services for George Dubbert, farmer of the Holyoke community who died early Saturday at his home, were conducted Tuesday morning at the St. Patrick church in Holyoke. Mass was read at 10 o'clock by the rector, Rev. Francis J. Brady, and interment was made in the Holyoke cemetery.


The late Mr. Dubbert died at 2:15 o'clock Saturday morning at the farm home three miles northeast of Holyoke. He had been ailing for a year, suffering with cancer. At the time of his death, hew was 61 years, nine months and 12 days old.


George Henry Dubbert was born June 10, 1879 at Meta, Missouri, a son of August and Elizabeth Pietz Dubbert. He was united in marriage to Miss Katherine Linnenbrink on October 26, 1906. She preceded him in death January 19, 1916. The marriage of Mr. Dubbert and Miss Cecilia Trehous was performed August 21, 1917.


The deceased and his family moved to his farm home northeast of Holyoke in 1919, and had since resided there. He was a member of the St. Patrick church of Holyoke.


Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Cecilia Dubbert, two sons, August and Joseph Dubbert of Holyoke; two brothers, Frank Dubbert of St. Elizabeth, Missouri and John Dubbert of Fulton, Missouri; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Shell of St. Thomas, Missouri and Mrs. E.C. Smith of Denver; and one grandson, Riley Dubbert. One daughter, who died in infancy, and his parents preceded him in death.





George Dubbert

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