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Official Obituary of: Olive Leora Hoyle, 74, on June 22, 2021

Olive Leora Hoyle, 74, on June 22, 2021

Olive Leora (Webber) Hoyle, 74 of Plainville, passed unexpectedly into eternal life on Tuesday, June 22nd while surrounded by her family.
 
 
Born in Attleboro, she was a graduate of North Attleboro school system, class of 1965. After meeting the love of her life on a blind date, she and John were married in 1967. They took residence in Plainville and raised their family. 
 
 
Over the years, Olive worked at Liggetts, R. Blackington, Texas Instruments, and Sturdy Memorial Hospital as a Candy Striper.
 
 
Olive will be remembered as a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and treasured friend. She found peace when visiting the beach. She enjoyed crafting, sewing, baking for family and friends. Known for her banana bread and chocolate chip cookies. She was passionate about floral design and caring for the birds that visit her garden.
 
 
Olive loved fiercely. She was always ready with a hug, some baked goods or a meal when someone was having a hard time. Her strong Christian faith carried her through the tough times. She was always praying for the specific needs of her friends and family.
 
 
Olive is survived by her loving husband John, 
 
daughters – Susan (Hoyle) Hurst (John Hurst) of Attleboro and Cynthia (Hoyle) Brundrett (Christopher Brundrett) of Plainville.
 
Grandchildren – Jason and Katelyn Hurst, Michaela, Olivia and Loren Brundrett 
 
Brother – Russell Webber and his wife Marion Webber
 
Several nieces and nephews
 
Many dear friends
 
Predeceased by Her mother Dorothy Webber and her sister Ruth Couillard
 
Calling hours will be held:
 
July 6th from 4pm to 7pm
 
 Sperry & McHoul funeral home 
15 Grove Street
North Attleboro, MA 02760
 
 
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to: Samaritan’s Purse, an organization she supported faithfully.
 
 

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  • May your cherished memories help sustain you. Thoughts and prayers to you all. Love, Ken & Sue Phillips

  • Sue, I send my deepest sympathy on the loss of your mom. My thoughts and prayers are with and your family.  Cherish your memories as those can never be taken from you.  All my love.

  • I love Mrs. Hoyle! She was good people.  I was truly blessed to have known her.  She gave me hope that good people do exist. May she be at peace now.  May her family find peace in knowing  their wife, mom, grandma, and friend touched so many of us.  My love to the Hoyle family.  

  • It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to our very dear friend and neighbor, Ollie.  Always there and ready to help on any occasion.  We love you and will miss you more than words can say.  Rest in peace dear friend.  Love, Floyd & Sylvia

  • John, Cindy & Family, I am so sorry for your loss. We are praying for you at this time, and know that Olive is at home with our Savior in Heaven however greatly missed here on earth. Keeping you in our hearts and prayers. Love the Marshalls

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  1. John, Cindy & Family, I am so sorry for your loss. We are praying for you at this time, and know that Olive is at home with our Savior in Heaven however greatly missed here on earth. Keeping you in our hearts and prayers. Love the Marshalls

  2. It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to our very dear friend and neighbor, Ollie.  Always there and ready to help on any occasion.  We love you and will miss you more than words can say.  Rest in peace dear friend.  Love, Floyd & Sylvia

  3. I love Mrs. Hoyle! She was good people.  I was truly blessed to have known her.  She gave me hope that good people do exist. May she be at peace now.  May her family find peace in knowing  their wife, mom, grandma, and friend touched so many of us.  My love to the Hoyle family.  

  4. Sue, I send my deepest sympathy on the loss of your mom. My thoughts and prayers are with and your family.  Cherish your memories as those can never be taken from you.  All my love.

  5. May your cherished memories help sustain you. Thoughts and prayers to you all. Love, Ken & Sue Phillips

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