Clarence Weber, M. D. Though a physician of high standing and with an excellent practice at Bartlesville, which city has been his home for the past ten years. Doctor Weber is also a practical oil man, and is connected with a number of important companies in that field in Oklahoma.
Perhaps the environment of his early home had something to do with his activities in the oil industry and with his location at Bartlesville, one of the chief centers of the oil and gas district of the Southwest. Doctor Clarence Weber was born at Oil City, Venango County, Pennsylvania, February 15, 1882. His father is also a practical oil man, and likewise a physician. The parents are Doctor Howard and Etta (Cortes) Weber, both natives of Venango County. Dr. Howard Weber was educated and graduated from the Long Island Hospital Medical College at Brooklyn, and was engaged in active practice in Western Pennsylvania until 1904, when he. brought his family to Bartlesville, Oklahoma, and has since lived in that city. In Oklahoma he has not attempted practice, but has concerned himself entirely with the oil business.
Clarence Weber, who was one of a family of five children, graduated in 1905 from the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Baltimore, and almost at once returned to Bartlesville and opened an office as a physician and surgeon. For the past four years he has served as county health officer of Washington County and is a member in good standing in the county and state medical societies and the American Medical Association. He had practical experience in the oil industry beginning as a boy with his father, and is now an officer in a number of oil companies.
Doctor Weber is a democrat in politics and a member of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. In 1904 he married Miss Margaret Cunniff, who was born in New York City, and grew up and lived there until her marriage.