Penny Hoar Neumann

1949 ~ 2023

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Penny Hoar Neumann passed away on January 30, 2023, in Murray, Utah. She was born on September 16, 1949, in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Vern Robert and Veneta Durrant Hoar. Penny loved to crochet and knit and enjoyed quilting. She taught Primary for many years, loved serving others, and loved spending time with her family and grandkids.
Penny is survived by her husband Dennis and three of her children and their families: Michael & Lillian and their children Randy, Christina, Crystal, and Caylee, Lisa & Howard and their son Adam, and James & Monica and their children Ashton and Jaxon.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Vern Robert and Veneta Durrant Hoar, her beloved sister Christie Hoar, and her daughter Valeree Jean Neumann.
A viewing will be held on Saturday, February 4, from 10:00-11:45 AM at the Jordan North 6th Ward, 4100 S. Bangerter Highway, West Valley City. A service will follow at noon. Interment will take place at the Utah Veterans Memorial Park on Monday, February 6, at noon.


Sorry for your loss. She was a great lady

- Farnworth

She was a great mother in law and a great person to be around. Penny will be dearly missed. So long and Rest In Peace.

- Howard Begay Jr.

Dear Neumann Family,
I was saddened to read of the passing of your sweet wife and mother. Our paths crossed many times through church service and school activities. I consider her a dear friend. I pray you all will be blessed with peace and comfort knowing you will be together again.
Sincerely, Carolyn Bunkall

- Carolyn Bunkall

Dennis, I'm sorry to hear about the loss of your sweetheart. I know all the times we saw you two, she was always so kind. May be the Lord bless and comfort you as this time. We send our love and prayers to you and your family. If you are ever in St. George, come see us.

- Kevin Feil

Penny is our sister-in-law. We have known her for along time. She always had a smile for you and a kind greeting. While she was here on earth she shared her talents with many, always thinking of others. She was a special soul who cared for her family deeply. She loved the Lord and served in many callings in the church especially in the primary. We pray that all will go well with Dennis and her children. Always remember the good times and hold those memories close to your heart. The greatest blessing we have is to know we will meet again. I am sure Penny is having a wonderful reunion with he Parents, sister, and her little Valerie. All our Love. Dick & Pat

- Dick & Pat Neumann