The following March 26, 1925 Lowell Tribune article appeared on page 1, column 4:
DIED IN FLORIDA
Word was received here last Friday morning that George H. Ebert had died very suddenly on Thursday. The cause of death was acute indigestion. The remains were sent to his home here and funeral services were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. Obituary next week.
The following April 2, 1925, Lowell Tribune obituary appeared on page 1, column 3:
George H., son of Adam and Melissa Ebert, was born in West Creek Township, January 27, 1865, and died in Tampa, Florida, March 19, 1925, age 60 years, 1 month and 22 days.
He passed away on the fortieth anniversary of his marriage. He united in marriage March 19, 1885, with Ella Sanders to which union five children were born. One son died in infancy and little Nellie at five years of age. His wife, two sons and one daughter survive him. Dr. J.A. Ebert of Bucklin, Kansas; Charles and Ruth live at home. Three grand children, Kenneth Dean, Janice and Elnore, mourn the loss of grandfather.
Beside these, his aged father, Adam Ebert, two sisters, Mrs. Joseph Martin and Mrs. Charles Anderson, are living.
George Ebert was a well known and respected citizen of Lake County. He was industrious, frugal and honest. While spending some months in Florida he was taken ill and was unable to return home.
Funeral services are held at the M.E. church in Lowell Tuesday at 2 p.m. Rev. C.A. Brown preached the funeral sermon. Interment was made in the Lowell cemetery. Undertaker Weaver was in charge of the burial service.
We deeply appreciate so many kindnesses shown us in the day of our sorrow when our loved one was called away. We thank you all for your sympathy so beautifully shown in kind words, in deeds, in flowers, in autos for our service and continued offerings of helping hands. Signed: Mrs. George H. Ebert, Dr. J.A. Ebert, Charles Ebert, Ruth Ebert.