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Due to current restrictions, a private family funeral mass will be held May
22, 2020 at St Paul the Apostle Catholic Church, followed by interment at
Blendon Cemetery. To view a video of the Mass, click this link.
Dear Bruce, Michelle, Kathy, Craig & Tom:

Please accept my condolences for the loss of your mother. I last spoke with Ann about 6 years ago, it was wonderful to catch up after nearly 40 years. She sent pictures of the family and all of the grandchildren. I still use so many of the family recipes, which are in her handwriting, plus those belonging to Grandma Cavanagh. My memories, run deep and never will I forget Ann’s beautiful smile. As my sister, Cathy said, if you are in the Sarasota area, let’s get together.

Fondly,
Colleen Mills Tilbe

Colleen Mills Tilbe

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Obituary for Ann Hoyer

Ann Hoyer 1932-2020

Ann Hoyer

07/14/1932 - 05/10/2020

Ann Hoyer, 87, loving wife, devoted mother, passed away peacefully to her
eternal home on Mother’s Day, 5/10/20. Ann was born in Fort Dodge, Iowa
where she met her husband, Jack, of 61 years.
 
Ann was employed with the Westerville schools for many years as a library
assistant. A devoted member of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in
Westerville since 1964, Ann volunteered in many different areas within the
church, including Eucharistic Minister and most notably, her endless hours
coordinating and tending to the flowers on the church grounds. Ann
enjoyed her times with her family, especially Sunday dinners, and her many
dear friends.
 
She is preceded in death by her loving husband, Jack, her parents, Mark
and Ruth Cavanagh, and brothers, Mark, Dana and John. Ann is survived
by her daughter’s: Michele (Art), Kathy (Bob), sons: Bruce (Lynne), Craig
(Lisa) and Tom (Jennifer), grandchildren: Nic, Kelli (Kyle), Monika, Whitney,
Kyle, Brian, Lauren, Nathan, Jacob, Mitchel, Parker, Sophia, Aidan, great
grandchildren: Camilla, Emerson, Adelaide, Declan, Graham, Liam and
Emma, many loving nieces and nephews and lifelong friends.
 
Due to current restrictions, a private family funeral mass will be held May
22, 2020 at St Paul the Apostle Catholic Church, followed by interment at
Blendon Cemetery. To view a video of the Mass, click this link.
 
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