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Plains Edition Obituaries for 5-1-10

Neal Thomas Hyde, 58, of Lodgepole died March 28, 2010, at his home in Lodgepole.

He was born on Jan. 1, 1952, at Sidney to Donald Eugene and Mildred Mary (Groeger) Hyde.

He attended the Lodgepole schools and graduated with the class of 1970. He graduated with high honors in Zoology from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. He then attended Texas A & M University on a Fellowship, graduating with a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering.

He worked for the Nebraska Department of Environmental Control-Water Quality Division before returning to Lodgepole to operate the family farm in the early 1980s.

He had several inventions related to farming and held patents for their designs. He loved photography and was a man of very high principles. He was an honest and conscientious man who loved children and family gatherings.

Survivors include his father, Don Hyde of Lodgepole; one brother, Keith (Paula) Hyde of Beaverton, Ore.; three sisters, Elaine (John) Crane of Palmer, Alaska, Pat Hall of Lincoln, and Janet Ott of Morrisville, N.C.; two nephews, Thomas Gormley and Josh Ott; five nieces, Jennifer Ott, Jessica Ott, Carrie (Andrew) Kondor, Kelly (John) Ordiz, and Jenae Stainbrook; and numerous extended family members.

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He was preceded in death by his mother, Mildred; and an infant brother, Duane.

Neal Thomas Hyde, 58, of Lodgepole died March 28, 2010, at his home in Lodgepole.

He was born on Jan. 1, 1952, at Sidney to Donald Eugene and Mildred Mary (Groeger) Hyde.

He attended the Lodgepole schools and graduated with the class of 1970. He graduated with high honors in Zoology from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. He then attended Texas A & M University on a Fellowship, graduating with a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering.

He worked for the Nebraska Department of Environmental Control-Water Quality Division before returning to Lodgepole to operate the family farm in the early 1980s.

He had several inventions related to farming and held patents for their designs. He loved photography and was a man of very high principles. He was an honest and conscientious man who loved children and family gatherings.

Survivors include his father, Don Hyde of Lodgepole; one brother, Keith (Paula) Hyde of Beaverton, Ore.; three sisters, Elaine (John) Crane of Palmer, Alaska, Pat Hall of Lincoln, and Janet Ott of Morrisville, N.C.; two nephews, Thomas Gormley and Josh Ott; five nieces, Jennifer Ott, Jessica Ott, Carrie (Andrew) Kondor, Kelly (John) Ordiz, and Jenae Stainbrook; and numerous extended family members.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Mildred; and an infant brother, Duane.

Neal Thomas Hyde, 58, of Lodgepole died March 28, 2010, at his home in Lodgepole.

He was born on Jan. 1, 1952, at Sidney to Donald Eugene and Mildred Mary (Groeger) Hyde.

He attended the Lodgepole schools and graduated with the class of 1970. He graduated with high honors in Zoology from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. He then attended Texas A & M University on a Fellowship, graduating with a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering.

He worked for the Nebraska Department of Environmental Control-Water Quality Division before returning to Lodgepole to operate the family farm in the early 1980s.

He had several inventions related to farming and held patents for their designs. He loved photography and was a man of very high principles. He was an honest and conscientious man who loved children and family gatherings.

Survivors include his father, Don Hyde of Lodgepole; one brother, Keith (Paula) Hyde of Beaverton, Ore.; three sisters, Elaine (John) Crane of Palmer, Alaska, Pat Hall of Lincoln, and Janet Ott of Morrisville, N.C.; two nephews, Thomas Gormley and Josh Ott; five nieces, Jennifer Ott, Jessica Ott, Carrie (Andrew) Kondor, Kelly (John) Ordiz, and Jenae Stainbrook; and numerous extended family members.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Mildred; and an infant brother, Duane.

Neal Thomas Hyde, 58, of Lodgepole died March 28, 2010, at his home in Lodgepole.

He was born on Jan. 1, 1952, at Sidney to Donald Eugene and Mildred Mary (Groeger) Hyde.

He attended the Lodgepole schools and graduated with the class of 1970. He graduated with high honors in Zoology from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. He then attended Texas A & M University on a Fellowship, graduating with a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering.

He worked for the Nebraska Department of Environmental Control-Water Quality Division before returning to Lodgepole to operate the family farm in the early 1980s.

He had several inventions related to farming and held patents for their designs. He loved photography and was a man of very high principles. He was an honest and conscientious man who loved children and family gatherings.

Survivors include his father, Don Hyde of Lodgepole; one brother, Keith (Paula) Hyde of Beaverton, Ore.; three sisters, Elaine (John) Crane of Palmer, Alaska, Pat Hall of Lincoln, and Janet Ott of Morrisville, N.C.; two nephews, Thomas Gormley and Josh Ott; five nieces, Jennifer Ott, Jessica Ott, Carrie (Andrew) Kondor, Kelly (John) Ordiz, and Jenae Stainbrook; and numerous extended family members.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Mildred; and an infant brother, Duane.

Neal Thomas Hyde, 58, of Lodgepole died March 28, 2010, at his home in Lodgepole.

He was born on Jan. 1, 1952, at Sidney to Donald Eugene and Mildred Mary (Groeger) Hyde.

He attended the Lodgepole schools and graduated with the class of 1970. He graduated with high honors in Zoology from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. He then attended Texas A & M University on a Fellowship, graduating with a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering.

He worked for the Nebraska Department of Environmental Control-Water Quality Division before returning to Lodgepole to operate the family farm in the early 1980s.

He had several inventions related to farming and held patents for their designs. He loved photography and was a man of very high principles. He was an honest and conscientious man who loved children and family gatherings.

Survivors include his father, Don Hyde of Lodgepole; one brother, Keith (Paula) Hyde of Beaverton, Ore.; three sisters, Elaine (John) Crane of Palmer, Alaska, Pat Hall of Lincoln, and Janet Ott of Morrisville, N.C.; two nephews, Thomas Gormley and Josh Ott; five nieces, Jennifer Ott, Jessica Ott, Carrie (Andrew) Kondor, Kelly (John) Ordiz, and Jenae Stainbrook; and numerous extended family members.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Mildred; and an infant brother, Duane.

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