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Hoyt, Sandy (Alexander)

Hoyt, Sandy (Alexander)

Hoyt, Sandy (Alexander)

March 21, 1939 - August 5, 2002

Sandy was known as "… that nice man on the radio…" at radio station CHFI-FM in Toronto. He had a fantastic sense of humour, loved to travel and was an avid cyclist. Sandy was diagnosed with an inoperable anaplastic astrocytoma in March of 2002. His journey with a brain tumour was challenging and brief, yet he humbly surrendered to the dedication, love and care of his closest family and friends, who became known as "Team Sandy."  He leaves behind six children: Allison, Tracey, Angela, Gary, Alexander and Jon Ross. We miss our Dear Old Dad.

Tracey Hoyt, September 2004.
 


 

 

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