Condolence From: Mary Jorgenson, Waterloo, IA
Condolence: I am sorry to learn of Ann's passing. I am her cousin. Her mother Ruth and my father Dana were brother and sister. I have many fond memories of Ann. She was such a beautiful girl and I looked up to her.
Condolence From: Colleen Mills Tilbe, Parrrish, FL
Condolence: 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.
Colleen Mills Tilbe
Condolence From: Penny Ullom Woehle, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: To Michele, Art and Hoyer Family..I got to know your parents when Michele and I were dental assistants together years ago. They were the nicest people and always welcomed you in their home on Oak Hill.
Mrs. Hoyer was a very sweet loving person who I ran into often at special events. Her smile would light up a room. She was always kind and friendly to my boys at Walnut Springs. I have and use many of her and your grandmothers delicious recipes. She will truly be missed by many. My deepest sympathy to all of you! Penny Ullom Woehle
Condolence From: Cindy Kilbane, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: My heart is broken hearing the sad news of the passing of your beautiful Mom. Your parents really seemed like a second set of parents for me as I grew up and spent many days at your house. I was always met with kindness and humor whenever I was with your lovely family. Memories I will always cherish. I love all of you and know how proud your Mom was of each member of her family. She was indeed an angel here on earth.
Condolence From: Debbie Vagnier, Columbus, Oh
Condolence: To such a lovely family. I know you will all miss your sweet mother. She was so kind.
Condolence From: Debbie Vagnier, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: Your mom was always a lady with class and style. She always made everyone feel so welcome. I know you will all miss your mom. I was so sad to hear of her passing.
Condolence From: Maryann and Jim Malinowski, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Please accept our sincere sympathy. Mrs. Hoyer was forever young and her smile would light up the room. I enjoyed visiting with her when she would stop by St. Paul School after morning Mass. She would bring me sports and news articles to laminate telling me that these would be included in the memory books she made for Mr. Bob Jacoby. May you find comfort in your memories and to know others care. Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord.
Condolence From: Mary Moore, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Just heard if the passing of Ann. She was a special lady. Sending thoughts and prayers for all.
Condolence From: Beth Kitchin Dickson, Mesa, AZ
Condolence: So very sorry to hear Kathy. Your mom was a very sweet and loving mom. Prayers for comfort. ❤ love beth dickson
Condolence From: Cathy Mills/ Bulich, Parrish, Florida
Condolence: Michele, Kathy, And Bruce I wanted to share with you, some of the most beautiful memories I will carry always, about your Mom..... First off she was always so happy & smiling she would stop what ever she was doing to stop and chat. She was a Beautiful Lady, you were blessed to have such a loving and caring Mom. It’s never easy loosing a Parent. But I can tell you they live in you and through you. I know I have been awful about staying in touch, but I’d love to connect if you’re willing in time...Kathy & Bob
My prayers are for all of you.
Cathy Mills Bulich
Condolence From: Marita and Dennis Eichensehr, Columbus, OH - Ohio
Condolence: Kathy,Bob and family
You are in our hearts and prayers every day. Your mom was truly amazing and I will never forget her. Hugs to all of you.
Condolence From: Kurt Jacoby, Dayton, OH
Condolence: Kathy, so sorry to learn about the passing of your mom. She was a lovely lady. I best remember her from the many DeSales HS football games, when she would faithfully come to cheer on the Stallions with your dad. They are both missed. I enjoyed those opportunities to talk with Ann and your dad, despite the occasional cold and wet Friday nights on the rock-hard benches. :) Our entire Jacoby family here in Dayton extends our prayers to you and your family.
Condolence From: Teresa Watkins, Radnor, OH
Condolence: I was saddened to learn about Ann's death. Ann was the library assistant at North while I taught there and became a very integral part of my life during that time. Initially, she would assist my students in their research, but as I got to know her better she became a big part of our Westerville North social life; attending plays, dinners out, and being the life of many parties. Ann was always impeccably dressed, hair and make up done perfectly, and she would meet me with a sweet smile. She was a special and very dear person, and I am certain she will be greatly missed. I am sorry for your loss.
Condolence From: Timothy Jacoby, Columbus, OH
Condolence: So sorry to hear about the loss, and even more sorry that I can’t tell you all in person. I’ll keep the family in my thoughts. Let’s hope that 2021 is the year when we can get back to seeing each other, because I’d like that more than anything.
Miss you all.
Condolence From: Gloria Ayres, New Albany, OH
Condolence: Kathy, Bob, and Family,
I'm so sorry for your loss. Praying for comfort and peace during this difficult time.
Condolence From: Peggy Bonneau, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: My family joins me in expressing our most sincere sympathy for the loss of Ann. She will always be remembered for her grace, faith and loving kindness. Our love to all the Hoyers at such a difficult time. Always, Peggy
Condolence From: Lauren Hoyer, Cottonwood, AZ
Condolence: I love you so much grandma. You will always hold a very special place in my heart. I will always remember our car rides to the store, helping you bake, helping you make food for grandpa. You were a wonderful grandma and I’m so sorry I couldn’t be there all these years. One day we will be together and I pray that you are very happy up in heaven with grandpa living your best life. I miss you so much. Love you always, Lauren
Condolence From: Nancy Palumbo, Westerville, OHIO
Condolence: Very sorry to hear of your loss. It is so difficult to lose our parents. Your mom was a very beautiful and special lady. Pat and I enjoyed working with her at Walnut. I always loved running into her with her friends at Panera. We’d always catch up! Cherish your memories of her as they are now treasures.