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Florence LaVonne Hoyt 1917 - 2014
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July 29, 2014
Our deepest sympathy on the loss of your mom. I remember Aunt Flossie as a wonderfully sweet woman who would gently chide Uncle Pete when his ribbings of me became a little too harsh. She survived all six of Howard Hoyt's children and their spouses. I fondly remember some great trips all the way from LaGrange to Woodstock to visit the Hoyt family who lived so far out in the country. The included photo is from my parents' collection and is dated August, 1981.

It's a little sad to mark the end of this generation of Hoyts and their spouses...but there are still a great number of us who are still around. Sorry we didn't get to attend the funeral but we just heard about Aunt Flossie this last weekend.

I know she has joined Uncle Wilson in Heaven along with my mom and dad and the rest of the Hoyts. As Uncle Wilson always said, "We'll see you on down the road."
Dick and Sandy Comstock Browning
Elgin, Illinois
July 27, 2014
Sometime there are no words for the feelings in your heart, we send are SYMPATHY to you . John and Marti Comstock
July 26, 2014
I want to offer my deep sympathy. I'm her great grand niece, Sharon L. Comstock. And just these last few weeks my Dad, David P. Comstock, said he was thinking of her. I have Great Uncle Pete's wood carving (one of his many) here in my house and treasure my early memories of her being so kind and sweet when I was just a little girl. Please know we Comstocks send our hearts to you during this time. God Bless, -Sharon, Laurel (my sister), Dave and Pat Comstock
July 16, 2014
Our sympathies, mom's are always special.
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