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HOYT E. NEAL

Port Arthur, Texas

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Hoyt E. Neal, 89, of Port Arthur, Texas died Saturday, February 20, 2010 at Cypress Glen East in Port Arthur. He was born in Megargel, Texas on December 11, 1920 to Orilla Hoyt Neal and Julia Ann Hughlett Neal. Hoyt had lived in Port Arthur for 74 years and was retired as a Vice President from...

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Linda, Tom and Family...We are deeply sorry for your loss.
Glenn and Terry Root

The Neal family has always been important to us. Bro. Hoyt never failed to make me feel important. I looked up to him for guidance in living. He and Fred Davis sponsored me in the Lions club and visited me when I was being considered to become a deacon. I played golf with Hoyt several times. He always beat me. Spiritually he was a leader in showing his love for the Lord in every way.
God Bless all of you.
Charlie and Joan Vanatta
Clermont, Georgia

When I was a little girl, my dadddy and I would go to visit Mr. Hoyt Neal at Merchants Bank. He was always so kind to me. He was so proud of his family and talked about his sons. Later I met his three sons and enjoyed playing trombone with them. You could tell there was plenty of love in their home, and they loved their dad and mother.
(I even have a nephew named Hoyt!)

Thinking of you all in your time of loss. I lost my dad recently and know the hurt you are feeling....

Hoyt Jr., My family sends condolences and prayers on the lost of your father. I remember your father as a true leader and outstanding person in all ways of life.
I remember like yesterday how your father played such a big part in Trinity Baptist Church and was present when the doors were open at each and every service.
Also, I reminess the days when you and I went to school together in Port Arthur and undergrad at Lamar Tech. I can
go on and on about you and your father but,...

Mr. Tom Neal: May Gods blessings forever be with your family during this time of sorrow.

Dear Neal Family,
Please accept my prayers and sincere condolences. His was a life well lived. May he rest in peace.
Yours in Christ,

HOYT JR., OUR CONDOLENCES AND PRAYERS GO OUT TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ON THE LOST OF YOUR FATHER,,,, OLE' '63 CLASSMATES,, GERALD BROUSSARD, MIKE DOYLE, & JOHNNY LEWALLEN

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.