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Hoyt Hall
  • March 04, 1930
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  • June 11, 2021

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Hoyt Hall, 91, of Fort Myers, passed away June 11, 2021, at Lee Memorial Health Park Hospital, in Fort Myers, FL. Born March 04, 1930 in Arkansas, he was the son of Horrace and Goldie Hall. Hoyt proudly served his country as a member of the United States Army during the Korean War. He later earned a Bachelors degree from Arkansas Tech, and worked for the United States Forestry Service prior to retirement. Surviving are his loving wife, Marian Hall of Fort Myers, FL., daughter, Sandra Hall of Sanbornton, NH., son, John Hall of Belmont, NH., granddaughter, Kirah Fogg of Laconia, NH., and great granddaughter, Aurora Fogg of Sanbornton, NH. Additional announcement information is forthcoming from the family. Baldwin Brothers Funeral & Cremation Society, Fort Myers, assisted with arrangements.


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  1. Russ Record says:
    02 Jul 2021
    I have good memories of Hoyt. He always had a good story to tell, and was certainly one-of-a-kind! The last time I remember seeing Hoyt was at the Evergreen Valley Ski Area base lodge lounge on the old Evans Notch Ranger District back in the mid 1970's. Rest in peace my friend! Russ Record.

  2. Russ Record says:
    01 Jul 2021
    I have lots of great memories of Hoyt, especially of the stories he could tell! He was one-of-a-kind. I think the last time I saw him was at the Evergreen Valley Ski Area base lodge lounge on the old Evans Notch Ranger District. Rest in peace my friend.

  3. Rebecca Cote says:
    01 Jul 2021
    Hot took me on my first "field trip" to do a campground audit. A memorable occasion where we had to have a chat with everyone in the vicinity. The stories he could tell, the clarification he could make and his opinion on any subject were just amazing.

  4. John R Williams says:
    01 Jul 2021
    Hoyt was my 'Li-a-zone" officer on the California Gorda Rat Fire complex in 1985. I never did figure out what his duties were as a liaison, but I ALWAYS was impressed by his wit and wisdom... and folksy stories.
    I last saw him at Jigger Johnson where he and Merian were Hoyt Management CO. ( Marian was pretty good at horseshoes as I remember).
    He was a Kind man.

    John R Williams

  5. Billee Hoornbeek says:
    30 Jun 2021
    Was saddened - he was a Good Old Boy - he enlivened many a coffee break.
    Must admit was a bit relieved when we were booted out of the hall at his retirement just as he started his closing remarks. Figure we wouldn't have gotten out of there until 2:00AM
    He remarked often on the validity of his BS Meter. Heavy rain was "a frog croaker".
    He was so proud of his wife, Marian. He regaled us with many stories about how talented she was - from cutting his hair to building their home in Homestead, FL.
    Have a great trip, Hoyt - and find a nice cushy cloud to rest on.
    Billee Hoornbeek

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