|Birth: ||May 11, 1893|
|Death: ||Jan. 10, 1972|
Long-time resident of Sargent and Walworth Vicinities.
Funeral services were held for Mrs. Hazel Edith Wykoff on Thursday, January 13, 1972 at 2s00 p.m. in Sargent, Nebraska at the Rhoad Funeral Home chapel, with Rev. Robert Frescoln, minister of the United Methodist Church of Sargent, officiating. Mrs. Dorothy Pointer was organist and accompanied Mr. Bernard Brush of Broken Bow, the soloist,
Pallbearers were Reid Wells, Oscar Swick, Con Murphy, Alfred Geeslin, Hubert Tarleton and Robert Perrin. Final committal rites and interment was made in the Gates Cemetery in rural Custer County, Nebraska, with the Rhoad Funeral Home, Dona1 Rhoads, manager, of Sargent in charge of arrangements.
nee HAZEL EDITH DOTY, the youngest daughter of Frank and Ida Doty, she was born on May 11, 1893, a mile and one-half south of Walworth, in rural Custer County, Nebraska, and she passed away on Monday, January 10, 1972 at the Garfield County Hospital in Burwell, Nebraska, at the age of 78 years, seven months and 29 days.
Hazel grew to womanhood and received her education in Custer County, Nebraska. On January 17, 1912 in Taylor, Loup County, Nebraska, she was united in marriage to Henry T. Wykoff. They made their home on the farm south of Walworth in Custer County, Nebraska, where she was born, until moving to Sargent, Nebraska in 1964, with the except of two years spent in Loup County? Nebraska.
Hazel was a member of the Methodist Church of Walworth, transferring her membership later to the United Methodist Church in Sargent. She was a charter member of the Walworth Ladies Aid society and she became a member of the Rebekah Lodge after moving to Sargent. She held with love her family and she held the love of her children and warmth of her many friends in high esteem. She was preceded in death by her husband and by an infant son.
She leaves to mourn her passing two sons, John B. Wykoff of St. Paul, Minnesota, and William T. ("Bud") Wykoff of Sargent, Nebraska; and five daughters, Verna Patterson of Taylor, Nebraska, Lois Patterson of Lawndale, California, Maxine Endsley of Show Low, Arizona, Eleanor Ingraham and Patricia Brainard of Williamina, Oregon; 18 grand and 19 great grandchildren, one sister, Faye Cross of Eureka, California, and many relatives and friends.
* THE SARGENT LEADER newspaper, issue of Thursday, January 20, 1972, printed in Sargent, Custer County, Nebraska, Gerald Bishop, Editor.
Frank Doty (1853 - 1912)
Ida Mae Upton Renner (1863 - 1951)
Henry Temple Wykoff (1893 - 1968)*
Verna May Wykoff Patterson (____ - 1979)*
William Temple Wykoff (1924 - 2006)*
Patricia Glea Wykoff Brainard (1927 - 2004)*
William Merle Doty (1880 - 1945)*
Emma May Doty McMurtry (1881 - 1911)*
Jennie Josephine Doty Coen (1883 - 1964)*
Lucy Doty Dean (1885 - 1917)*
Henry Albert Doty (1887 - 1946)*
Hazel Edith Doty Wykoff (1893 - 1972)
John Edward Doty (1895 - 1952)*
Elmer Doty (1898 - 1899)*
Created by: K & V
Record added: Jun 17, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 38441488
I will not forget all the wonderful things that I have found out about my Great Grand Aunt Hazel.Rest in Peace.|
K & V
Added: Nov. 23, 2009
Added: Nov. 23, 2009