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Louis W Hoyt, Sr.

February 12, 1942 ~ January 7, 2018

Louis W. Hoyt, Sr. 75, of Sulphur passed away on January 7, 2018 in a local hospital. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, gardening, and spending time in the great outdoors.

Louis is survived by his loving wife of 49 years, Mary Hoyt of Sulphur; his three children, Louis Hoyt, Jr., Amy Marie Boyd and husband Charles Wayne Boyd, and Brian Robert Hoyt and wife Stephanie Hoyt; his 7 grandchildren, Braxton Pyzer, Sebastian Lee Hoyt, Anastasia Marie Boyd, Krista Nicole Hoyt, Samuel Hoyt, Zackary Hoyt, and Josiah Louis Hoyt; his daughter-in-law, Maddy Bear. He was preceded in death by his parents, Wilbert and Louise Hoyt.

Services will be held on Sunday, January 14, 2018 at 10 A.M. during church service at Sulphur United Pentecostal Church with Pastor Ol Gunter officiating.

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  1. We love and will miss you so much. I'm so glad God placed you guys in David's life years ago. I felt a kinship with you both. So thankful for the times we got to share together.Sis. Hoyt please know we will always be here for you!!! We love you

  2. It hurts me that me and Amiyah didnt say good bye to you.. I know you are in a better place. Watch over my Aunt Mary. We love you and miss you

  3. Brother and sister Hoyt have been a blessing to me. I remember when I first received the Holy Ghost, brother Hoyt shared his testimony with me and it truly encouraged me spiritually. Sister Mary Hoyt you have been such an inspiration to me and God has used you in a mighty way in my life and still does. Brother Hoyt will be greatly missed and I am praying for your entire family. I love y'alll very much and God bless

  4. I'm so sorry for your loss I continue to pray for you and your family as always. I wish I could be there I'm so sorry I cannot. I remember Louis when I was a little girl and haven't seen him in a long time, Facebook connected our family and friends together again and this is where I got to talk and pray more with Louis and Mary Ann.You will be sadly missed and greatly loved, May you rest in peace Louis Hoyt Sr.

  5. Ms. Mary, May the sympathy of those who care about you and the precious memories of your husband comfort you at this time. The Lord knows that your heart is aching. May He hold you close to His heart and comfort you during the coming days. Praying for you and your family. Love you, Virginia

  6. The Hoyt Family, we are sorry for the passing of bro Hoyt, I remember over 20 years ago walking in the Chalmette Pentecostal church and he was running around in the HOLY GHOST what a awesome sight. Then sis Mary and bro Louis when I got laid off turned around and blessed me with a job with your company it meant alot because I was at that time not right in my life but you had mercy and compassion allowed me to have a job. What a blessing live for the Lord and bless people. we are blessed that our paths crossed. we are PRAYING for the family that the Lord will wrap his arms around you all and give you strength and comfort in Jesus name.

  7. So thankful that Brother Hoyt gave me an invitation to church. I am where I am because of his obedience to God. Will miss you, my friend! Prayers for Sister Hoyt and family.

  8. So thankful that Brother Hoyt gave me an invitation to church. I am where I am because of his obedience to God. Will miss you, my friend! Prayers for Sister Hoyt and family.

  9. Prayers for you sister Mary Hoyt & family..My hearts goes out to you for the loss of your beloved bro.Louis Hoyt..GOD give you all comfort & Peace in his love.

  10. Mom, Dad will always be missed. I will miss the times that me, him and Sebastian went fishing. I will miss our talks that we had and the times he came to our trailer and drank coffee with me and Amy. He was the best father in law a son in law could have. He was like a second dad to me. He will forever be missed but neber forgotten.

  11. I Met Mary & Louis Hoyt Sr in 1982! My Husband Was Already Friends With Bro. & Sister Hoyt & Our Girls Were Friends With Amy! Anyway Mary & I Spent Everyday Together & Our Children Played Together! Louis & My Husband Went Hunting & Fishing Together! We Went To Church Together! Our Middle Son (Dedan) Said Bro.Hoyt ALWAYS Picked On Him! He Was A Wonderful Friend To My Husband, We All Would Play Games Together After Dinner! Bro.Hoyt Will Be Missed By Us! We Love You Mary! Praying For You & The Children & Spouses!

  12. I remember seeing a photo of Bro Hoyt an his wife I had made a comment on how lucky he was to have such a wonderful lady by his side. His reply to me was luck had nothing to do with it. But god had everything to do with it. An he said I am not lucky I am blessed ! That day I looked at things a lot different in my life I see my blessings every day an Bro an sis Hoyt are a great blessing in my life

  13. So sorry to hear of the passing of Bro Hoyt. My husband and I met the Hoyts in Cameron at the Pentecostal Church in the 1980s. We remained friends till they moved to Sulphur and we moved to Carlyss. Bro Hoyt then started fishing at our house. Sometimes he brought his son and sometimes he came alone. He would always stop by and say hello and show us what he caught. He always caught fish. He also always wore a white shirt, he said it was cooler. If I looked outside and saw a white something through the trees down by the water, I knew immediately it was Bro Hoyt fishing. Even after I moved away after my husband died, he still went fishing on our property. He fished with our good friends Frankie and Nathan Adams until he passed away. He will be missed by many!! My condolences to you Sis Mary. Love you!

  14. My condolences to the family at this difficult time; may you all seek God for peace, comfort, and guidance (2 Cor 1:3).


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