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William Boyett

William Dearl Boyett

December 23, 1942 - January 15, 2020
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William Dearl Boyett, 77, of White Hall, Arkansas, passed away at his home on Wednesday, January 15, 2020.

Mr. Boyett was born in Wasco, California, December 23, 1942, to the late Vermon William and Cora Lee Glover Boyett. He attended Wasco High School where he earned a varsity letter in football, basketball & track.

Mr. Boyett was a war time military service veteran who proudly served his country as a Sgt. in the United States Marine Corps from 1964-1968. He was a Radio Telegraph Operator and Instructor during the Vietnam War.

After his military service, Mr. Boyett relocated to Arkansas, where he lived the majority of his remaining life. He retired as Manager from Allied Tube & Conduit in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. In retirement, he enjoyed his continued love for country music, Razorbacks football, and solitude.

Mr. Boyett was preceded in death by an infant son, Coby Barrett Boyett; both parents; brothers James Clifford Boyett and David Sherril Boyett.

He is survived by his children, Kelly “Rusty” Combest, Deborah Lynn Thelin (Jace) both of Sparks, Nevada, Barbara Ann Berry (Kevin) of Longview, Texas; brother, Vermon Ray Boyett (Jan) of Lubbock, Texas; five grandchildren; a great grandchild and several nieces and nephews.

The relatives wish to extend a special appreciation to Mr. Boyett's step nephew, Clayton Kamber, for his devoted assistance and care he has given during this time.

Burial will be private.

The family was assisted by Robinson & Fuller White Hall Funeral Chapel.
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Freeman Boyett

Posted at 09:41pm
Like my bother Vern I to have fond memories of DEARL . The first time we met was on a construction site where we were stocking drywall for our uncle Jack . At the time we didn’t know we were cousins and we got paired up . DEARL took the lead and we were packing 4x12 bundles of drywall weighing about 200lbs and we ran with these bundles, not walked, ran all day until we were done. I thought who is this guy nobody runs with drywall . Finally at the end of the day our cousin Arnold let us know we were cousins. I was 16 at the time and a short time later DEARL moved in with us where he took me under his wing and became like a big brother. We lifted weights together , deer hunted together and he had his girl friend fix me up with a date so we could date together. Those were some of the best times of my life.
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Rebecca

Posted at 01:57pm
I am flooded with memories. Bodok was one of my Daddy's dearest friends. I know they are having a big old reunion in heaven. Many prayers for his family and friends.
 
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Vernon Boyett Posted at 11:04am

Many good memories of My Cousin DEARL when I was a kid in San Francisco in the 60,’s & again around 2010 when DEARL lived out at the ranch in Clements , California. DEARL was fun to be around and to work with , which we did a lot.
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