Dorothy Ann Tillman Hoyt
Dorothy Ann Tillman Hoyt, lovingly known as “Dot”, age 81, of Georgetown, Texas, passed away Saturday, May 19, 2012.
Graveside services are today, Tuesday, May 22, 2012, at noon at Fairmount Cemetery, in San Angelo, Texas. A memorial service celebrating Mrs. Hoyt's life and her faith will be Wednesday, May 23, 2012, at 10 a.m. at The Wesleyan at Estrella, in Georgetown, Texas.
Gabriels Funeral Chapel of Georgetown, Texas, is in charge of arrangements.
Dorothy Ann Tillman Hoyt was born Sept. 27, 1930, in West Point, to the late Willie Mac and Ollie Mae Kimery Tillman. After graduating from West Point High School she worked in a bank in Jackson, where she met and married Clyde Ellsworth Hoyt Jr. of San Angelo, Texas. It was in San Angelo they raised their children and built their life together. Mr. Hoyt preceded her in death in 1979. As a Realtor Broker and Appraiser, Mrs. Hoyt was very active in the San Angelo, Abilene and Texas Associations’ of Realtors. She was a long time member of St. Luke’s United Methodist Church in San Angelo. She married Jimmy Partin Jr.. in 1986 and she cared for him through his final days while he battled Alzheimer’s. He preceded her also in death in 1999. In 2005, she moved to Georgetown, Texas where she became a resident of The Wesleyan at Estrella. She was an active resident there and will be truly missed. Mrs. Hoyt was a member of St. Johns United Methodist Church in Georgetown, but most recently attended services at The Estrella. Mrs. Hoyt was active in her children‘s lives where she supported their roles in Swim Club, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Key Club, theatre, and debate to name a few. She also enjoyed many weekends with family friends on Spring Creek and Dove Creek.
Dorothy Hoyt is preceded in death by her parents: Willie Mac and Ollie MaeTillman; the father of her children, Clyde Ellsworth Hoyt Jr.; her sister, Margaret Wilder; her daughter, Karen Sue Hoyt Carmichael; and her second husband, Jimmy Partin Jr.
Dorothy Hoyt leaves behind to cherish her memory her loving children: Marshann Hoyt Hayes and husband Dale of Temple, John Tillman Hoyt and wife Debi of Cedar Park and Bill Hoyt of Dallas; her grandchildren, Jamie Carmichael, Chris Carmichael, Kyle Hoyt and Erin Hoyt; along with a host of other extended family and friends at The Wesleyan Estrella.
Memorial contributions in Dorothy’s memory should be made to The Wesleyan Homes Benevolent Fund.
Personal words of comfort may be sent to the family online at www.gabrielsfuneral.com .