LORDING BOYCE 09.08.1931 — 01.10.2021
Youngest son of Cyril (dec) and Myrtle (dec). Brother of Cyril (dec) and Joan (dec). Loving husband of Lorraine, Father of Gregory (dec), Brett and Rae. Grandfather of Paige. Passed away peacefully, his way and with family by his side. The family would sincerely like to thank Dr Ivo Buters and staff of Canning Ward, Armadale Hospital.
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LORDING BOYCE Our 65 years together; we had it all. The mountain tops, the valleys and through it all, a beautiful love affair. All my love Lor.
LORDING BOYCE Dad, like you, our relationship was unique. You were my mentor, boss, business partner, advisor and friend who encouraged and supported me in all I took on. A man who enjoyed a scotch, loved icecream and swear words, lots of them! I will miss our chats about everything, past and present, and listening to how you would solve the world's problems.
Growing up I watched you and Mum work so hard, then with Brett, to make our lives better.
The last few years were tough for you Dad but Mum and I are so very grateful that we were able to keep you at home. At the end you seemed to know the time was right, so rest easy now great man, you will be remembered by many.
A life well lived.
Love Rae (Skid)
LORDING BOYCENo matter where I am, I will be reminded of what you have done for me and my family. Thank you, Bill.
LORDING BOYCEPop, you had an un- orthodox way of showing love as a tough man with leather skin. Underneath the hard exterior lived a kind gentleman who acted as a grandfather, father and friend to many. They say a hero is someone who leaves a legacy long after the physical presence disappears; that you will be to me and so many more. Love your one and only grandie, Paige, and in representation of all the youngsters who were lucky enough to have met you.
LORDING BOYCE You were a true leader Dad, a man's man and straight shooter. Hard work and perfection were your traits. You taught me to drive a tractor by 7, shoot a rifle by 12 and back a horse by 16. I really enjoyed our race days, especially a few winners. I am grateful for the opportunities, and never wavering support, you have given Rae and I over the years. Cheers Dad, Brett.
Our deespest sympathy to all the family. Brother-in-law of Pat, uncle to Carol, Joan, Kerry (dec) and Allen. RIP.
Remembering the good times when we were kids and Boyce was the big boy next door. The McNabb family Carole, Judy, Alistair (dec) and Lynda.
LORDING BOYCE Deepest sympathy to Lorraine, Brett, Rae, Bill and Paige. Boyce you have been a friend and fellow grower for over 50 years. You fought a long and hard battle with pride and dignity. Rest in peace dear mate. Lou, Joanie, Marcus, Joseph and Adam
Fond memories of Walliston Dayfe. Great mate of Wood Boys, Kay and Heather. Deepest sympathy to Lorraine and family. Boyce, RIP.
Alan, Kay and Heather
Our deepest sympathy to Lorraine, Rae, Bill and Brett on the loss of one of nature's real good blokes. Thanks to his only daughter's undivided care that his wife was able to keep Boyce at home. Sleep easy Boy. Mac and Pam Beard and family.