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Martha Elizabeth Hoover
06/17/1914 — 05/03/2002
From Richland, WA, US | Born in Fairplay, Missouri
Martha Elizabeth Hoover
Beloved Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother Martha Elizabeth McCall Hoover passed way on May 3, 2002 at her home. She was born on June 17, 1914 in Fairplay, Missouri. She had four brothers and sisters. When she was nine months old her father, mother, and the children moved to Lamar Colorado where she grew up and attended school.
She married Clarence Bill Hoover on August 14, 1933. Bill worked construction and traveled to various work locations. They lived at Hanford in 1944 and later returned to Richland, which became their home. Martha worked as Banquet Manager at the Hanford House during, the 1960s and 70s, after Bill passed away in 1966.
Martha is preceded in death by her Great-Grandson Jason Rockwell and husband Bill. She is also preceded in death by her parents and brothers and sisters.
She leaves her daughters Dolores Stoner, Myrna Hoover and her son Curt and wife Sharon. She has nine grandchildren, Michael Stoner and wife Cathy, their sons Ryan and Tyler. Kirk Stoner and Wife Sonja, daughters, Rebecca and Sidney and son Zane Bell. Granddaughter Susan Robinson and husband Kent, their children McKenna and Devin. Royceanne Yourdan, Mother of Jason Rockwell and husband Joseph. David Harrow and wife Lisa and children Mathew and Shelby. Jeffrey Harrow. Faith Hoover and sons Chris, Jacob and Jordan. Daniel Hoover. Danielle and husband Ben Burdett.
Martha was a member of VFW and president of the ladies auxiliary for two years. She also belonged to the Eastern Star and Eagles clubs.
Not dead to us who loved her
Not lost, but gone before
She lives with us in memory And will forever more.
God is keeping her safe for us, until we meet again.
Visiting will be at Einans Sunday May 5, 2002 1-5pm, Monday 8am-12.
Graveside services will be at Sunset Memorial Gardens Monday May 6, 2002 at 2:00pm
As Secretary of Roza Chapter #238, Benton City, I wish to extend our sympathy to the family and friends of Martha Hoover. She was a member of Roza Chapter for many years, and remembered by many. She will be missed.