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Dorothy Johnson "Anne" Hyde


1932 - 2014
Dorothy Johnson "Anne" Hyde Obituary
Dorothy "Anne" Johnson Hyde, 81, went home to be with the Lord on Monday, April 14, 2014. Memorial service: 3 p.m. Thursday at Christ Chapel Bible Church, 3740 Birchman Ave. Memorials: Donations may be made to Christ Chapel Bible Church. Anne was born May 18, 1932, in Fort Worth. She graduated from Polytechnic High School and attended TCU and UTA. She lived in Fort Worth all of her life. Anne was an extraordinarily sweet, loving, generous and caring person who had a unique strength of purpose, courage, and devotion to the people she loved. Her life's desire was to be a devoted wife to her husband of 58 years and mother to her three children. She and her husband were members of Sagamore Hill Baptist Church for over 50 years before transferring their membership to Christ Chapel. Anne always worked in her church, teaching first grade children for a number of years. Later in life, she was a discussion leader in Bible Study Fellowship for many years. She was a member of the Spurs, a prayer group of 18 ladies, for 22 years. Her Utah Birthday Group was very important to her also. She worked in the Fort Worth Union Gospel Mission. Anne was the president of the Bridge & Art Sections of the Junior Woman's Club of Fort Worth, and the president of Aquarius Section of the Senior Woman's Club. She also served on the Board of Directors of the Woman's Club, and of the Texas Girls' Choir of Fort Worth. The family would like to thank Anne's devoted caregivers, Felipe Garcia, Aldo Aguirre, Margie McCoy, Paulette Landry, Maria Perez, and Andy Singleton. She was preceded in death by her husband, Richard Hyde; her mother, Annie Laurie Johnson Abbott; and her father, Avis Johnson. Survivors: Daughter, Annie Laurie Hyde of Fort Worth; sons, Richard Ross Hyde and his wife, Debbie, and Robert Avis Hyde and his wife, Tiia; grandchildren, Rich, Rachel, Sarah Cate, Whitt and Lily, Petri and Sofia; brother, Avis Johnson and wife, Sandra, of Dallas; nephew, David Johnson and his wife, Mary (Ludie) and their children, Kirk and Jillian; cousin, Linda Rosser of Oklahoma City, and her son, Richard Rosser and family; and cousins, Sally Barron of Longview and Henrietta Covey of Colorado.
Published in Star-Telegram from Apr. 16 to Apr. 17, 2014
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