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Francis B. Hyatt

1946 - 2018 Obituary Condolences
Francis B. Hyatt Obituary
Francis B. Hyatt December 8, 1946 to May 16, 2018 Francis (Frank) Hyatt was a life time resident of Western Washington. Frank was born in Walla Walla to Robert and Marjorie Hyatt and they migrated to Western Washington when he was a child. Frank attended St. Michael Catholic and graduated North Thurston in 1965. Afterwards, he graduated St. Martin University in Lacey where he majored in Sociology. Among his achievements as a student leader at St. Martin he helped raise funds needed for a new student union center on campus. He retired after 33 years with Puget Sound Power and Light (now Puget Sound Energy) in 2002. He started as an electric meter reader and advanced to Field Engineer serving customers extensively in south King and Thurston counties. Also, Frank had served as President of Kiwanis Club of Meridian-Kent. Frank enjoyed good food, bad jokes, and followed local politics while helping his favorite candidates get elected. He is survived by his wife Suki Hyatt, his son Zachary Hyatt, his daughter Leah, and four grandchildren. Also by sister Heidi Kosterman, twin sisters Terri House and Suzy Slining, and finally his Mother of 99 years, Marjorie Jenna. Services will be held at Woodlawn Funeral Home in Lacey on May 21st at 11AM. Viewing will be from 10AM to 11AM. Luncheon will follow at the Tea Leaf 2 Restaurant at 4646 Pacific Ave at 1PM.
Published in The Olympian on May 18, 2018
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