Information for George Jacob Laubhan
23 October, 1915 – 16 December, 1987
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Memorial services for George Jacob Laubhan, 72, of Nampa,
who died Wednesday, Dec. 16, at home of natural causes, will
be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Nampa South Side
Boulevard United Methodist Church.
Mr. Laubhan was
born Oct. 23, 1915, at
Colo. He was reared and educated
in La-Juanta, Rocky Ford and
The Rev. Chris Torp, pastor of the church, will officiate.
Private family burial preceded the services at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens,
under the direction of the Alsip Funeral Chapel, Nam-pa.
He entered the
U.S. Army in 1941 and served during World War II. He was
assigned to the 1st Calvary Division, Troop G, in
El Paso, Texas. He
rode in the last parade of the 1st Clavary (sic) Mounted
then went to Miami,
Fla., where he entered Officers Training School.
He was later commissioned second lieutenant.
He married Betty
Boynton Dec. 30, 1942, at Kansas City,
On April 6, 1946, he was
honorably discharged and they moved to
San Francisco, Calif.
He went to work for
Royal Typewriter Co. They
later moved to Medford, Ore.,
for a short time. They
returned to California and settled in Palo Alto, where they owned and operated the
Laubhan and Co. Realty for 25 years, retiring in 1979.
They moved to Nampa, where they had since resided.
included fishing, hunting, carving and writing.
He was a member
of the Nampa
Church and had been a
member of the Palo Alto Rotary Club, the executive board of
the Boy Scouts of America and the executive board of the
Foothill College of Real Estate.
He is survived by
his wife of Nampa; two sons and daughters-in-law, George G.
and Terry Laubhan of Caldwell and John W. and Renee Laubhon
of Alta Loma, Calif.; three brothers, Ben, Harry and Vernon
Laubhan, all of Colorado; a stepsister, Betty Stone of
Colorado; and two grandchildren.
He was preceded
in death by two brothers and sister.
Memorials may be
made to the Nampa South Side Boulevard
Church or the Hospice Program, in care
Center, 1512 1th Ave. Road, Nampa 83651.
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