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Sally Ann (Clonts) Troyer, age 85, of El Dorado Springs, MO, passed away at Cedar County Memorial Hospital on Monday morning, February 10, 2020. Sally was born September 26, 1934, in Sullivan, MO, the daughter of Bert and Ellen Clonts.
Sally has been a resident at Community Springs Healthcare Facility for the past 7 ˝ years.
Sally was a 1952 graduate from El Dorado Springs High School. On December 27, 1953, she married the love of her life, Forrest Ray Troyer, a marriage of 66 plus years.
As a new bride, Sally traveled with Forrest to several Air Force bases during his time in the service. To this union two children were born, Janet Lee and Kenneth Dean.
Sally was raised in the El Dorado Springs Presbyterian Church and was a Sunday School teacher for years. Her and Forrest then joined and became involved in the First Christian Church of El Dorado Springs.
Sally had several jobs while raising her family, including International Shoe Factory, Hendrick’s Insurance, Dunbrooke Shirt Factory, Fugate Ford, the El Dorado Springs School District, from which she retired after working as payroll clerk and school board secretary for 24 years.
Sally enjoyed her work in the community by being involved in school activities, the Progress Club, and Friends of the Library.
Preceding Sally in death were: her son, Kenneth Dean; her parents, Bert and Ellen Clonts; two brothers, Charles and Robert Clonts; and one sister, Mary Lou Clonts.
Sally is survived by her husband Forrest Ray Troyer; daughter, Janet Lee Swopes (Joe) of Bella Vista, AR; one sister, Kay Anderson of Greenwood, MO; three step-grandchildren: Cody Swopes (Rachael), Caitlin DeVillers (Phil), and Hannah De Simio (Angelica); four step-great-grandchildren: Willa, Tinnegan, Evajean, and Price; and several nieces and nephews.
Graveside memorial services for Sally Troyer will be held on Thursday, February 13, 2020, at 11:00 a.m. at the El Dorado Springs City Cemetery with Rev. Jack Daniel officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of Bland-Hackleman Funeral Home.