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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Phyllis Warner Hoak, 80, Formerly of Coudersport, PA

Leader-Enterprise
Phyllis June Warner Hoak, 80, formerly of Coudersport, died Friday, Oct. 17, 2008, at Sweden Valley Manor, surrounded by her son, daughter and granddaughters.


She was born in Coudersport on June 21, 1928, the daughter of William Lyle Warner and Ione Austin Warner.

Phyllis was an accomplished poet and artist, and she loved to sing. She was an avid hunter when she was younger. She loved nature and the outdoors and was an avid birdwatcher.

Phyllis lived in Coudersport most of her life before moving to Warren in 1970. In Coudersport, she worked at the former A& P Grocery Store and was them employed for many years at Florences Dress Shop as a sales clerk and buyer of women's clothing. In Warren she worked for Betty Lee, Inc. in the same capacity until her retirement.

She was a staunch supporter of the Salvation Army. For many, many, years in Warren, she volunteered with charitable orginizations on Thanksgiving Day and served dinners to those residents who otherwise would not be able to afford a meal.

Phyllis was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Coudersport, and for many years attended the Church of the Nazarine in Warren.

She is survived by a son, Donald Jeffrey Hoak, of Warren, and a daughter, Kimberley Amber Hoak of Coudersport, four granddaughters, Karestee Renee Hoak, attending college in Pittsburgh and Alexxis Marie Hoak, at home in Warren, Autumn (Shawn) Amber Goodrich Kinnard, of Windburn, and Cristol Brooke Goodrich, of Roulette.

She had one brother, William (Bill) Warner, who with her parents, preceded her in death.

Phyllis requested there be no funeral or memorial service. It was her wish that memorials be made to the Salvation Army or Sweden Valley of Coudersport.

A private family service will be held at the convenience of the family, at the Eulalia Cemetery in Coudersport.

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