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Ivey Lester Hoyle Jr., “Lester”

On Monday, January 29, 2018, Ivey Lester Hoyle Jr., Ž"LesterŽ" passed away in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Loving husband of Charlotte Gratz Hoyle and devoted father of Sharon Hoyle Moore (Mitch) of Dayton, VA, Tracy Hoyle Yamamoto (Greg) of Columbia, MD, and Cindy Hoyle Solomon (Paul) of Sandy, UT; and cherished grandfather of Virginia, Alan, & Rachel Moore, Camille & Elaine Yamamoto, Nathan & Ella Solomon. ŽHe was born August 15, 1936 to Ivey Lester Hoyle Sr. and Vivian Herndon Hoyle in Richmond, Virginia. Lester graduated from the University of Richmond in 1961. He was a home builder in Loudoun County, living in Round Hill, VA. He was a dedicated Virginia State Park employee who enjoyed improving parks for all visitors. LesterŽ's hobbies included decoy carving, exercising, and fixing anything that needed repair. His retirement years were filled with joy while living at Windmill Point near White Stone, VA on the water, fishing, watching birds, volunteering for Habitat for Humanity and touring in his 1935 Chevy. For the past 5 ½ years he was cared for at VMRC after his traumatic brain injury in 2009. A special thank you to all of LesterŽ's nurses and doctors, especially, George Vetrovec, MD, his cardiologist since 1976.Ž There will be a celebration of life service at Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community (VMRC), Crestwood Building, 1401 Virginia Ave., Harrisonburg, VA on Saturday, February 24 at 1:00 p.m.Ž Memorial contributions may be given to the VCU Health George W. Vetrovec Cardiology Symposium (note that gift is in memory of Ivey Ž"LesterŽ" Hoyle), VCU Health System, Box 980275, Richmond, VA 23298.Ž Online memorial contributions may be given to Virginia Commonwealth University at support.vcu.edu/give/Pauley. Search for George W. Vetrovec Cardiology Symposium. ŽOnline condolences and information available at http://www.mcmullenfh.com. Please check back for updated information in case of inclement weather. Ž

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