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Paul LeRoy Hockman
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Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

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Paul Leroy HOCKMAN

Cherokee Municipal Cemetery

Cherokee Funeral services for Paul LeRoy Hockman, 69, who died Wednesday morning in a Cherokee hospital, will be at 10:30 AM Saturday in the Grapes Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Eugene R. Spillman officiating.

Hockman will be buried in the Cherokee Municipal Cemetery.

Survivors include his wife Robbie of the home; three sisters, Beatrice (Mrs. Louis) Meyers and Margaret (Mrs. Aaron) Moon of Cherokee and Julia Ward of Sullivan, Missouri; a brother, James Hockman of Valley Park, Missouri. A brother Carl died earlier.

Those who wish may make contributions to the Cherokee Memorial Manor in Hockman's memory, either direct or through the funeral home.

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