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Lloyd L. Hocking

Born: October 06, 1929

Birthplace: Corning, Arkansas

Died: June 16, 2010

Location: Chubbuck, Bannock, Idaho

Buried at: Mountain View Cemetery, Pocatello, Idaho

Age: 80   Sex: Male

Father: Loren Hocking

Mother: Maggie Nole Attebery Hocking

Spouse: Dorotha May Ray Hocking

Married: June 28, 1954

at: Pocahontas, Arkansas

Children:

Carol Hocking Privett

Barbara Hocking Petersen

At the swimming hole
The Hocking family at the swimming hole. At top are Aunt Mary Hocking Attebery and mother Maggie Attebery Hocking. Seated on the rock are sisters Vera and Wilma Hocking. In the water are brothers Charles and young Lloyd Hocking.

Resided at:

Corning, Clay County, Arkansas

Chubbuck, Bannock County, Idaho

Occupation(s):

Ore-Ida Foods plant manager

Affiliation(s):

First Baptist Church in Pocatello, Idaho


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