We will see you " In A Minute" Momma your forever in Our hearts"
  • 71 years old
  • Born on September 21, 1941 in Himotite, Missouri, United States.
  • Passed away on December 22, 2012 in Wichita Falls, Texas, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Sue Boyd 71 years old , born on September 21, 1941 and passed away on December 22, 2012. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Kathy Janz on 30th December 2012
I am so glad Nikki and I got to see Aunt Sue and Uncle Joe on our road trip last year! Your Mom was a wonderful person and I will miss her. I will always love her and your dad. Aunt Sue and Uncle Joe always made me feel like I was a huge part of the family. I wish I didn't live so far away...love you always!
Posted by Norma Swinea on 26th December 2012
What a wonderful neighbor, friend and someone who always had time to visit when it was so needed. Susie you are going to be missed by many but especially me. Always ready to lend a helping hand and was so faithful to her beliefs. You are at peace and can now keep Larry on the straight and narrow. Love you muchly.
Posted by Glenda Prager on 26th December 2012
What precious memories I have of beautiful Sue Boyd! Jessica just loved going over to Deborah's house. She always made it so much fun for the girls. She loved her Lord, her husband, children and grandchildren. I will always cherish the memories at Liberty Baptist Church shared with my "friend" Sue Boyd.
Posted by Michelle Hilbert on 26th December 2012
Words can't express how appreciative I am for my lovely Aunt's influence in my life. For all the summers I spent running around her house playing, an dodging her fly swatter I will be ever so grateful. For the times she drug me to church I am more appreciative. Our last time together, I watched my girls pray with her I will cherish this forever, along with the yolding lesson.
Posted by Emily Wallace on 26th December 2012
I don't know any of you, but I just wanted to let you all know that you are in my prayers this Christmas Day. I pray that you draw near to the Lord at this difficult time and find rest and peace in Him! God bless your family <3
Posted by Shelli Starr on 25th December 2012
I didn't know your mother very well, but I know how important her family was to her and how much she loved her grandkids. From sitting in a lawn chair at baseball games, to the bleachers at football and volleyball games, to livestock shows - she made them all as long as she was able to. I'm glad you lived close enough for her to be so involved and that your children have so many memories.
Posted by Carol Mckee on 25th December 2012
Wow, where to begin? was so many things to me....my friend, my advisor,my go to person, my "you better correct that now young lady or you are going to wish you did " person, but mostly my prayer partner. When she prayed with me I knew she had the Lords ear. There was just something about the way she prayed. She was hospitality to the max.
Posted by Brandi Nickerson on 25th December 2012
Your mother was a beautiful woman with a heavenly voice. Thoughts and prayers with you and your family.
Posted by Deborah Koch on 25th December 2012
My sweetest mother is viewing the face our Glorious Savior this morning, she is reunited with my precious grandma and my favorite Aunt Faye and Uncles and she gets to see my see baby boy always, She is no longer sick, and she is no longer in pain, and for those of you who Listened to her sing for years, she has her beautiful Soprano voice to sing in Gods choir

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