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In Memoriam Kent Robert Hoyt, Jr. 1973-2022
In Memoriam

Kent Robert Hoyt, Jr.

1973-2022

LAURENS—Kent Robert Hoyt Jr., 49, of Laurens, died Saturday, October 29, 2022 after a brief illness. He was born in Springfield, MA on July 15, 1973, the second child of Kent Sr. and Susan Hoyt. He graduated from Gilbertsville School before going into the workforce as well as attending Mohawk Valley Community College for welding. Kent enjoyed fishing, riding snowmobiles, cooking, country music and spending time with family and friends.

Kent is survived by his long-time partner, Amanda Genier; his son, Dakoda; mother, Susan Hoyt; sisters, Sandra (Andy) Meyers, Laura Hoyt (John), and Kelly Hoyt (Anthony); nieces and nephews, Andrew, Kyle, Nicole, Mackenzie, Joseph, and Zeta; aunts and uncles, John (MaryLou) Ganio, Gino (Joan) Ganio, Robert Ganio, Helen (Jim) Groff, George (Linda) Wade, Chuck (Lynn) Wade; as well as many cousins and extended family.

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