Warren C. Hoy

October 11, 1937 ‒ April 10, 2019

Marion, Ohio

Warren C. Hoy, age 81 of Marion, passed away peacefully at his home surrounded by his family on Wednesday, April 10, 2019.

He was born October 11, 1937 in Jackson, Michigan, the son of the late Carl Elsworth and Ramona Juanita (Welch) Hoy.

Warren retired, after 23 years of service, from signal delivery.

He was united in marriage to Elizabeth Ann Coleman, on December 3, 1990. Warren was involved in many associations over the years including: Pleasant, Prospect, and Green Camp Senior Centers, Teamsters Local #40 Retirees, Palace Theater, Huber Memorial Association and the former St. Paul Episcopal Church.

He is survived by his loving wife, Elizabeth A. “Libby” Hoy; daughters: Lorri (Chris) Coder and Linnea (Scott) Farley; grandchildren: Benjamin Potter, Caitlin Ralph, Ross Farley, Courtney Nutter, Alexandria Simon; 8 great grandchildren; siblings: Ted (Carolyn) Hoy, Don Hoy, and Sheryl Taylor.

Warren is preceded in death by his daughter, Lee Ann Nutter.

If so desired, donations may be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation or American Diabetes Foundation, c/o Snyder Funeral Home, 360 East Center St., Marion, Ohio 43302.

The Snyder Funeral Homes of Marion are honored to be serving the Hoy family; condolences may be expressed to the family by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com

 

  • Lorri, Linnea, & Families-
    So very sorry to learn of your Dad’s passing. I have so many great memories of him & his orneriness. Surprised we survived his wrath when we’d get caught driving his prized GTO!! Hugs to you all

  • I am so sorry for the loss of our dear friend, Warren. He has been such a blessing to me as I have taken care of him for the past two years in his home. It was a pleasure seeing him and Libby and I will miss his great humor and orneriness. He had the best laugh and always asked how things were going. He cared deeply!! You Rest In Peace now and God Bless You Libby for taking such great care of him always!!! You were amazing and a pillar of strength for him.
    With Sincere Sympathy,
    Kathy Postlewait

  • So sorry about the loss of such a great person who obviously made life even more special for everyone who knew and loved him.

  • Our deepest sympathy to you Libby and your family in your loss of Warren. Praying for you all. God Bless! Lynn and Helen

  • Libby, I don’t know the children; I am so sorry for your loss. I am so sorry we have no Episcopal Church! Perhaps that’s not appropriate here, but I feel that…I want to worship with you there and and work with you there and honor Warrens life there. May Peace be yours.

  • Linnea and Lorri
    So sorry to hear about your dad.
    Hugs and prayers are with you and yours.
    He was an ornery and funny guy as we were growing up.

  • Libby, So sorry to read of your husband’s passing. You are in our prayers at this difficult time. John and Jerry Anspaugh

  • So sorry to hear about the passing of your father/brother. I know he will be greatly missed by all

  • My deepest sympathy to the Hoy family in the passing of Warren. I do have a few memories of Warren coming to his parents when my parents , Chuck and Rose Anderson , were visiting. They were truly some of my parents best friends. Most of my memories are of Don and Sheryl as I was much younger than my brother and sister.
    May God grant you peace in this time of sorrow. Jim & Betty Anderson

  • So sorry to hear of Warren’s passing. Always enjoyed his sense of humor. He will surely be missed. Bill Sidle.

  • Lorri and Linnea
    We are sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

  • My sympathies to the family. I grew up down the road from the Hoys. Last name was Jamerson.