Donald G Boyce
December 19, 1923 - August 21, 2019
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Donald Gordon Boyce, 95, of Springfield, MO, peacefully entered the presence of the Lord on August 21, 2019. He was born and raised in Cambridge, MA. There he met Evelyn, his wife and sweetheart of 69 years. Don will be sorely missed by his two children and their spouses: Donna & John, and Philip &…

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Donna Mac Leod left a message on December 10, 2019:
As your birthday, December 19, approaches I remember how you would always remind me that you were 20 years older than me, and Mom was 20 years older than you. No matter how old we grew, you still called us Alpha and Omega; you still called me baby sister. Thank you for being so invested in my life and for always being my big brother who was kind, caring, and loving. Thank you for all the wonderful memories! I miss you! ? Love, Your namesake, Donna
Earl Boyce left a message on September 12, 2019:
He was my brother, my role model, there are not enough words to describe how I will miss him
Don Boyce left a message on September 9, 2019:
I was always proud to have been named after my uncle Don. He and my father had a close brotherly relationship though mostly separated from each other by many miles, beginning even in early childhood. They came up in hard times in the 1920’s, 30’s.... and then through the war years when they both went overseas in service to their country. Both came home to raise families and lead good, honorable lives and to leave the best possible examples to their children. RIP Uncle Don
Nancy Siddle left a message on September 8, 2019:
Always and forever my “big brother”. Always and forever his “baby sister”. What a blessing! Love, Nancy
Sue Quinn left a message on September 7, 2019:
Sending my heartfelt condolences to my cousins, Philip and Donna Mae and their families. Your Dad was such a kind, caring and compassionate man. He and my Dad, Earl, had such good times together during his visits to the East coast. I’ll miss those visits and seeing his gentle smile. Rest In Peace Uncle Don. Suzanne Quinn
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Robert Boyce left a message on September 6, 2019:
Sorry to hear the passing of Donald, we only meet once a few years ago, having lunch with his broth Earl. I sorry that we not able to meet again, a very nice man.
Jim Posey left a message on September 6, 2019:
We miss Don and Evelyn as our neighbors. They were both wonderful people. So sorry for all the family. Jim and Willa Posey
Kim Sevening left a message on September 6, 2019:
May all the special memories help the family through this difficult time. God Bless, Rob and Kim Sevening
Wayne Warner left a message on September 6, 2019:
Sometimes it takes a death to get to really know a friend. Don Boyce's passing was like that. We knew him and Evelyn by their faithful attendance at Central Assembly and Veterans Connection. First it was Evelyn who joined the heavenly host and then the family hardly had plans for Don in assisted living when he joined his devoted wife. Don faithfully met with the veterans for breakfast on the first Saturday of the month. And when he no longer drove, Ray Burmood was there to help--not only to the breakfast, but also to church services. It was my privilege to sit down with Don and complete a video interview of his military service. One thing I remember is that for 90 straight nights an enemy bomber dropped bombs on their air field in the Pacific. He served his country and was a friend and helper to so many. We'll miss him.
Randall F. Popineau left a message on September 5, 2019:
Philip and Tammy, Donna and John, We're so sorry for the sudden loss of your Dad! He was one great man of God and will be missed. We love your family and want you to know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Randy and Joan Popineau
Barbara Boyce left a message on September 4, 2019:
Treasured memories of a kind, gentle and caring brother-in-law, and his beloved wife, Evelyn.. RIP, dear Don. Barbara
Greenlawn left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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