Carl Daniel HYDE

December 29, 1928March 26, 2021

Carl Daniel Hyde, 92, of Palmyra, Pennsylvania departed this world on March 26, 2021. He touched the lives of many during the seasons of his life, always willing to lend a hand or word of advice. Everywhere he went he found someone he knew or would strike up a conversation and find a connection. Carl, known to some as Clyde, worked hard and played hard from the time he was a young man until well after he retired as a mechanic at Hershey Foods. He enjoyed time with family and friends, fishing, boating, hunting, and working on cars and was adept at finding a fix for just about anything that was broken or wasn’t quite the way he thought it should be. He is survived by his “significant other” of almost 40 years, Sharon Rauch; son, Daniel L. Hyde; daughters Barbara Woodworth and husband Logan, and Debra Bollana and husband Remigio; grandchildren, Eric Peterson, Jason Peterson, Dylan Woodworth, Hannah Woodworth, Olivia Cassel, and Luke Cassel; great-grandchildren, Brandon, Madison and Jolie Peterson; a brother, two sisters and many others who are part of the family circle. Carl was preceded in death by daughters, Linda Bowen and husband Joseph, and Carla Weaver and husband Albert; parents, Charles Sr. and Ethel Hyde, and three brothers. A memorial gathering will be held Sunday, April 18, 2021 at 2:00 pm at his home. In lieu of flowers, please consider a gift in remembrance of Carl to AACA Museum, Inc., 161 Museum Drive, Hershey, PA 17033. Envelopes will be available at the memorial gathering.


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Lydia (sissy) Jones

April 3, 2021

Thanks Uncle Carl for always having that great smile and always made everyone feel like they were the only one in the room when you were talking to them. Such a great gift. We always enjoyed the time in Shelly with you and mom and John and I really loved it when you came to New York and caught those huge salmons. Little Fred never forgot that trip. Love and prayers always. We love you