There will be a Graveside Committal Service for Mr. John Hyde, who died December 19th, 2022, on Friday, April 28th, at 11am, at St. Lawrence Union Cemetery, in the Town of Cape Vincent. Arrangements are with the T.R. Jetty Funeral Home in Clayton.
Mr. John Norris Hyde of 37471 New State Route 12, Clayton, 82, passed away Tuesday, December 20, 2022, at the Samaritan Medical Center following a long illness. Services will be on Thursday, December 29, 2022 at the T.R. Jetty Funeral Home in Clayton NY. Calling hours will be from 12:00 to 1:30 PM, with a short funeral service following, officiated by Pastor Kevin Reff. Internment at the St. Lawrence Union Cemetery to be scheduled in the Spring. A Celebration of Life honoring John is planned at the LaFargeville American Legion beginning at 4:00 PM.
John was born on July 8, 1940, to Norris and Mildred (Peters) Hyde in LaFargeville, NY. He attended the one room School house in Clayton Center and later Clayton School. John married his love, Karen Wilson, on November 7, 1969 at LaFargeville Methodist Church.
He is survived by his beloved wife of 53 years Karen; daughter, Renee Timmins and husband Ron (Laquey MO); son John N. Hyde II and companion Lindsey Garnsey (LaFargeville NY); son Wesley Hyde and companion Emily Sullivan (Clayton NY); son Marcus Hyde (LaFargeville NY); grandsons, Christopher Hyde, Rhyder Timmins, Hunter Schafer, Lian Hyde; granddaughters, Rhiannon Hyde, Jami Schafer, Alexandria Timmins, Alicen Ventura, Jillian Schafer, Emma Hyde; brother and sister-in-law, James and Sandra Hyde; sister and brother-in-law, Elaine and Joseph Carney; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Thomas and Kris Wilson; and many cherished nieces and nephews, along with extended family and friends. John was preceded in death by his sister, Joyce Hyde (Clayton NY); sister, Celia Livingston (Watertown NY) and brother, Douglas Hyde (Mayflower Community TX).
John retired in 2006 from Co-generation Plant on Fort Drum as a heavy equipment operator. He was employed at General Crush Stone for many years. During his truck driving career at Anchor Motor Freight, he become a member of the Million Mile Club and the Teamsters Union 687. John was also self-employed as an owner operator.
Mr. Hyde was a lifelong member of the Aldrich Fish and Game Club. He enjoyed passing on his knowledge about hunting. His favorite pastime was working with his family making memories and telling stories about family history while producing maple syrup. John was an Antique Tractor enthusiast. He has been known to buy and sell a tractor or two. When not hunting, he liked competing in turkey shoots, having a Genesee with the guys, and dancing with his wife.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in his name to send kids to camp to:
Aldrich Fish and Game Club, Hyde Fund, C/O Millie Gawarecki – Kids to Camp, 9212 State Route 26,
Lee Center, NY 13363
Valerie Pete Schwalm
Jim and Sandy, My thoughts and prayers are with at this time of sorrow.
My sincerest thoughts and Prayers to Johns family, I have many fond memories of John in yeats past, May Gods love and cherished memories bring his family comfort. Gwen Sanford Kirkby
My condolences to the Hyde family. I am sorry for your loss this Christmas.
Dalys Wells Montanye
Sandy and family,
We are sending our condolences to you all. I’m sure mom has a lot of memories with you all.
God bless you all and sending big hugs
Karen and family, my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. John was always such a great guy. He will be surely missed.
Sorry for your loss John.
So sorry for the news of John’s passing.
Perhaps he is conversing with Donny,as he too attended the one room school at Clayton Center.
To my entire Hyde Family,
My deepest condolences to all. John was a wonderful cousin to me and will be forever missed . As a very young child, he made me laugh and feel secure when I spent weekends with the family on the farm. There was always work to be done, but he made it fun and a learning experience. I have a deep appreciation for sheep because of him! My heart hurts for you Karen, Jim and Sandy, and Elaine – Much Love, Joni May
Tina M Gilpin
Karen I am sorry to about your loss, I lossed my husband 2 yr ago July. You don’t remember me I work with you year with wild bird unlimited.
Mary and Jerry Tyler
Sandy, Marc, and Wesley we are sending our deepest and most sincere condolences for the loss of your brother and father! Praying for all of you and the rest of the family❤️
Karen and family, you’re in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. I always liked John. RIP My friend.
Jim and Sandra,
So sorry for the loss of your brother.
Thinking of you with love and hugs
Karen, Jim, Sandy Sorry to here of John passing, he was one of the good guys. I remember many years ago on our farm on the Dog Hill Road, John would come up and hang out with Kenny and visit the family. The Good Old Days! RIP my friend. Tom Sanford
Karen and family…I am so terribly sorry to hear of John’s passing. I have a lot of fond memories of time spent with your family. Cherish your memories of him. Sending you hugs to wrap you with warmth during this difficult time.
Worked with John and Karen at LUK. Great guy to work with sorry for your loss.
Karen and family, Jim and Sandra, I’m so sorry to hear of John’s passing. My thoughts are with you all at this sad time. May he Rest In Peace.
Scott & Cindy Leven
We are very sorry for your loss Renee. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
My condolences to the family I am sorry for your loss. Hopefully you can hold him on your heart and all your memories.
Renee and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and your family during this time. Treasure good memories you have of him. May he rest in peace. Love you, girl!
As close as our communities are and the people we come to know along the way all become one larger extended family. A loss of ones family member ripples through the community.
I hope that knowing we share your loss is comforting.
GOD rest his soul.
Karen, I just heard about John and I am so sorry for your loss!