YESTERDAY'S TOWNS

HOWDY, MY NAME IS BILL STRONG, I'LL BE YOUR "24 HOUR MAN", ROUTING YOU INTO THE PAST TO SEE WHAT THE CIRCUS WAS IN DAYS GONE BY. IF YOU'RE LIKE ME, AND MISS WHAT IT USED TO BE, THEN COME ON ALONG AS WE GO DOWN THE ROAD FOLLOWING THE ARROWS BACKWARDS, TO "YESTERDAY'S TOWNS"! IF YOU HAVE CIRCUS RELATED PICTURES YOU WOULD LIKE POSTED, SEND THEM TO,,,,yesterday1@verizon.net,,,,AND WE WILL TRY TO FIT THEM IN. "24 HOUR MAN" WILL HAVE THE FINAL DECISION ON POSTING.

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Three years at CWM made me a real traditionalist, and I keep remembering Bob Parkinson saying, "I want the people to see what the circus used to be, not what it is today. That's what this site is about!

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

GEORGE HUBLER OBITUARY

George Hubler

Family-Placed Obituary

HUBLER, George Beckman age 84 of Washington Township passed away Friday, September 14, 2007 at his residence. George was born on October 16, 1922 in Dayton to Colonel Robert and Louise (Ohmer) Hubler. He was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Sarah Ann Escher; and his brothers, John and Robert Hubler. George is survived by his wife of 51 years, Anne Taylor (McGary) Hubler; his five children, William Kuntz III, George (Pamela) Hubler, Jr., James Hubler, Mary Louise (Steven) Ansell, and Hazel (Kent) Chapple; and nine grandchildren, Robert and Andrew Kuntz, Reed, Mitchel, and Haley Hubler, Louisa, Rachel, and Samuel Ansell, Finley Chapple. George was a graduate of Oakwood High School, attended Miami University before volunteering for the Army Air Corp during WW II in which he piloted the B-17. George fulfilled his childhood dream of becoming a circus performer, manager, and for the past 40 years he produced the George Hubler International Circus including the Shrine Circus throughout the country. George was the only circus producer in the State of Ohio. He was the Secretary and Treasurer of the Circus Producers Association and was active in the Show Folks Association of Sarasota, Florida. He was a member of George Marshall Lodge F. & A.M., Scottish Rite Valley of Dayton and the Antioch Shrine. George loved Jazz music, played boogie woogie music on the piano, and was an avid football fan. Friends may call from 5-7:00 p.m. Wednesday, September 19, 2007 at the TOBIAS FUNERAL HOME – FAR HILLS CHAPEL, 54 71 Far Hills Ave., with the memorial service at 7:00 p.m. Bruce Rill officiating. Private interment David's Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Dayton Antioch Temple.
Published in the Dayton Daily News on 9/17/2007.

Thank you, Mark B. Ely, Funeral Director
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My Thanks to Both David Chabira, & Jacqueline Marsolais, for sending me the obituary.
24 HOUR MAN

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