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Fern (Wallenberg) Hoyt

Born - January 3, 1913

Fairfield, Clay Center County, Nebraska

Died - Saturday, July 21, 1984

Buried - Tuesday, July 24, 1984

Fairfield Cemetery. Nebraska


Buried - Faifield Cemetery




Fern Hoyt

Fern D. Hoyt, 71, of Good Samaritan Village, died

Saturday, July 21, 1984,  in a Lincoln hospital.

Services will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m. in the McLaughlin

 Funeral Home Chapel in Clay Center with the

 Reveremd Donald H. Burkum officiating.

Burial will be in the Fairfield Cemetery.

Mrs. Hoyt was born on January 3, 1913, in Fairfield and

attended school there.

She had been a resident of Good Samaritan Village

for the past 10 years.

She is survived by one daughter, Brenda Moncrief of Kimball;

one son, Gary of Hastings; three sisters, Mrs. Wesley (Vera) Shunkweiler of Fairfield, Mrs. Roy (Alvina) Shaw of Edgar and

Mrs. Glenn (Avis) Woods of Lincoln; and two grandchildren.

Memorials may be given to the American Diabetes Association Inc.


The Hasting Tribune


July 23, 1984





Husband - Frank E. Hoyt

Born -  December 29, 1909

Died - Sunday, November 18, 1973

Clarkson Hospital, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska

Buried - Wednesday, November 21, 1973

Fairfield Cemetery, Nebraska




Funeral Services Held November 21

for Frank E. Hoyt


Frank E. Hoyt, 63 of Hastings, died last Sunday at the

Clarkson hospital at Omaha. He was a native of Milbank, South Dakota, and a former resident of Fairfield where he was a law officer and street commissions. He was later associated with the Fairfield Implement Company. He moved to Hastings in 1970, and was

employed as a mechanic for the Werner Construction Company.

Funeral services were Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. at the Community Presbyterian Church with Rev. R. Keith Roumpf officiating.

Burial was in the Fairfield cemetery.

Mr. Hoyt is survived by his widow, Fern; a son, Gary of Livermore, California; a daughter, Mrs. Keith Moncrief of Elwood; two grandchildren; six sisters, Mrs. Madge Henninger of Cozad,

Mrs. Helen Miller, Miss Mildred Sapinfield and Miss Edith Hoyt of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Mrs. Eunice Flieshman of Nampa, Idaho, and Mrs. Ethel Strain of Denver, and two brothers, Harold of

Billings, Montana, and Jack of Arkansas.

The McLaughlin Funeral Home of Clay Center was in charge.


The Clay Center Sun


November 22, 1973





Son -Gary Hoyt


Daughter - Brenda Eileen (Hoyt) Moncrief

Born -  May 27, 1948

Married - Sunday, July 2, 1967

Died - April 5,  1993

Husband - Keith Dewayne Moncrief

Born -October 1947



Sister - Alvinia (Wallenberg) Shaw

Born - December 17, 1900


Brother - Carl Wallenberg

Born - November 8, 1903

Phillipsburg, Phillips County, Kansas

Married - May 31, 1930

First Baptist Church

San Diego, California

Died - June 20, 1971 - Massachusetts

Buried - Somerville,  Middlesex County, Massachusetts

Wife -Ora (Schurman) Wallenberg

Born - August 3, 1909 - Massachusetts

Died - November 30,  2002  - Plymouth, Massachusetts

 Veteran - World War IIBrother - William August Wallenberg

"Bill Wallenberg"

Born - April 1, 1906

 Veteran - World War IIBrother - George Wallenberg

Born - September 15, 1907


Sister - Vera (Wallenberg) Shunkwiler

Born - July 22, 1910


Sister - Corinne (Wallenberg) Potts

Born - March 14, 1915

Sister - Avis (Wallenberg) Woods

Born - September 17, 1917



Father - William Henry Wallenberg

Mother - Christina (Muller) Wallenberg





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