Douglas Hobbins
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September 25, 1959 - January 9, 2016
Douglas Patrick Hobbins, 56, passed away on Saturday, Jan. 9. He was born on Sept. 25, 1959 in Cadillac, MI to Mary and William Hobbins. He is survived by his wife, Marie, his children, Sean and Sierra, and his siblings, Steve, Jeanette, Michael, Rose and Chris.

Doug served in the US Navy as a Hospital Corpsman and then went on to obtain a BS in Nursing from Northern Michigan University and an MS in Nursing Anesthesia from Texas Wesleyan University. His primary residence for the past 30 years was in San Antonio Texas and he will be laid to rest in the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. He was, and is, loved and missed.



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Published in San Antonio Express-News on Jan. 18, 2016.
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November 5, 2017
He was a good room mate while in the Navy. We laughed a lot. He will be missed.
Stephen Keenan
Military
February 7, 2016
Maria, Sean and Sierra, I worked an assignment with your dad several years ago. We have remotely stayed in touch over the years. He was such a special guy and he was the hardest working CRNA I have ever known. He loved his family so much and had such nice things to say about all of you. I will truly miss your dad and will pray for all of you during your transition through this sad time.
Kathy Harvey
January 27, 2016
We just found out about this. Marie, I'm so sorry for your loss. Doug was always great to us, and was such a hard worker. We will miss him, but know he's in a better place.

Everyone at Odyssey Staffing will miss him.
Erick Barnett
January 27, 2016
Nikki Rivera
January 26, 2016
I am so blessed to be your sister I cherish the memories we made together you are with me always Until we are together again I love you with all my heart
Jeanette Hobbins
January 25, 2016
Rest in peace Mr Hobbins. I knew you for a short time but I believe you were brought into my life to give me a better understanding of patience and care. Always made me laugh and brightened my day when I was able to give you some comfort. Prayers to your family and loved ones.
Monique (chiropractic care)
January 21, 2016
Love & miss you Pat
Roseanna Reed
January 20, 2016
Chris, Joyce and I lit candles at the Grotto in your memory Pat. God bless you.
steve Hobbins
January 20, 2016
GODSPEED TO YOU ... FROM MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCE, his presence will be felt by his loved ones FOREVER. PEACE BE WITH HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS. BUZZ CLARK
BUZZ CLARK
January 20, 2016
REST IN PEACE MR. HOBBINS YOU ARE PAIN FREE AND ARE WATCHING OVER ALL YOUR LOVED ONES. GOD BLESS AND COMFORT YOU AND YOUR FAMILY DURING THIS TIME OF GRIEF. NURSE FROM THE RADIATION DEPT
MARIA
January 19, 2016
We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with Pat and all of you at this difficult time. God Bless all of you!
Pam & Michael Cramer
January 19, 2016
Marie, Sean and Sierra, I have just found out about your Dad's passing. I am very sorry for your lost. You all will be in my prayers.
Sabrina Adam
January 19, 2016
Rest in peace little brother. May the Lord watch over you. Your brother Mike.
Michael Hobbins
January 19, 2016
Rest in peace little brother. May the Lord watch over you.
January 19, 2016
To all of my Hobbins cousins, you are all in our prayers, here in California. Becky
Becky Metling
January 19, 2016
Pat I'm so glad that you are no longer suffering and can finally be at peace & pain free. We all will always love & miss you. Roseanna
Roseanna Reed
January 19, 2016
Rest in peace. Sorry for your loss.
January 19, 2016
I love you dad. I hope you have found some peace.
Sean
January 19, 2016
We all miss you Pat but know you are no longer suffering and in a better place. I love you Pat, your brother Steve.
January 18, 2016
So sorry for your loss my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family and friends at this time
gina Bruno
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