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††††††††††† Occupying a position of esteem and prominence in his native state, George Florian Pache, the subject of the present review, a physician of the highest standing, is located in Angelís Camp, Calaveras County, California, engaged in the practice of his profession.He was born in Stockton, California, June 30, 1865, the eldest son of a family of four boys and two girls, all of whom are still surviving.Joles P. Pache, his father, was born in Paris, France, in 1831, being a lineal descendant of J. Pache, who was the minister of war in 1792, mayor of Paris in 1793, and an author of a work on metaphysics.After receiving a collegiate education in Paris, Mr. Pache came to California in 1852, and located in Stanislaus County.In 1858 he went to Stockton, San Joaquin County, where two years later he was united in marriage with Mary Elizabeth Chicard, of the old Chicard family, possessors of large landed estates of Bordeaux, France.After a long and useful career Mr. Pache passed away in 1894 at the age of sixty-two years.

††††††††††† Dr. Pache was educated in Stockton, receiving his medical education in Cooper Medical College, in San Francisco, at which he graduated in 1889, coming to Angelís Camp in 1890.His success was immediate, as he possesses those qualities which command the confidence and respect of the community, combining the kind manner of the physician with the skilled touch of the surgeon.He has served the county as coroner and public administrator for two terms of office.He is a member of the Native Sons of the Golden West, the Foresters, the Chosen Friends, and the Druids, being examining physician for all of these fraternal organizations.Besides owning considerable valuable property in the neighborhood, he is also a stockholder in the Lightner and Oriole mines, being a director in the former.A large modern residence, combining comfort and luxury and well equipped offices, has recently been completed.Dr. Pache has hosts of grateful patients and scores of friends, and is a man most highly esteemed in his part of the state of California.



Transcribed by Gerald Iaquinta.

Source: ďA Volume of Memoirs and Genealogy of Representative Citizens of Northern CaliforniaĒ, Pages 559-560. Chicago Standard GenealogicalPublishing Co. 1901.

© 2010Gerald Iaquinta.




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