E. Loyce Hopkins

E. Loyce Hopkins

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Loyce Hopkins, 89, passed away peacefully on April 13, 2020 at Windsor Manor in Webster City, Iowa. A private graveside service will be held with interment in Graceland Cemetery, Webster City, with Matthew Jensen and Shari Connelly presiding.
Edith Loyce Hopkins was born September 6, 1930 near Clearwater, Nebraska, the youngest child of Clyde and Bernice (Johnson) Hopkins. When Loyce was 9 years old her mother died, and she grew up with her four older brothers and their father. At age 13, Loyce chose to serve the Lord and continued with her faith the rest of her life.
Loyce worked as a nurse in Yankton, South Dakota before starting in the ministry in 1955. She continued her mission work in Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, Michigan, Indiana and Illinois until two years ago when her health declined.
Loyce is preceded in death by her parents, brothers Crandall and Clinton, sisters-in-law Esther and Elda, step-mother Bessie, and step-sister Darlene Petersen. She is survived by her brother Keith, in Webster City, and brother Duane, in Chile, sister-in-law Ruth, in Oregon, step-sister Catherine Kolp, in Kansas, and step-brother David (Daisy) Kolp, in Texas, 17 nieces and nephews and their families, and many co-workers and friends who all appreciate her kind ways.
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Bill Hopkins

Posted at 01:46am
My dear aunt Loyce now belongs to the ages. I knew her from her age of 22 as a young nurse, to her final days. Throughout her life, though our times together were infrequent, I do not know of a kinder, more gracious person in my family or among my friends. Her life can serve as a lesson to us all in how to live and how to serve. I will miss her presence in this world.

Susan Peter

Posted at 10:14pm
Loyce was one of my co-workers several times during her years in Arkansas. I remember her fairness and kindness. She was my co-worker in 1979 when I was in a car wreck in Arkansas involving several other co-workers. She took care of the two of us who lived with serious injuries. Loyce was such a sweet light to all she was around. I love her dearly.
Susan Peter

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