BOYER Grave Stones

BOYER, Raymond: December 11, 1924 – August 1, 2012 {also on Robideau grave stone page}

Raymond Boyer
   Boyer, Raymond (Ray) Isaac “Ray” was born December 11, 1924 in Grande Prairie, Alberta.
   Ray passed away peacefully on Wednesday, August 1, 2012 at the QEII Hospital in Grande Prairie, Alberta. Ray grew up in the Kleskun Hills area, attending East Kleskun School.
   Ray served in World War II with the Seaforth Highlanders and was a Life member of the Royal Canadian Legion. He was employed with the County of Grande Prairie for 32 years, becoming Superintendent of Public Works. He served as County Counselor from 1985-1995.
   Ray was Alberta Senior Citizen of the year in 2000. He volunteered for many worthwhile organizations in the area, being especially involved and instrumental in the development of Kleskun Hill Museum. Ray’s landscaping and flower gardens is a reflection of his love for nature, God and family.
   Ray leaves to mourn his loving wife Rita of 59 years, sons Doug (Judy), Arnie (Kim), daughter-in-law Leona, grandsons Ryan, Blair, Travis, Josh, and Chad, and granddaughter Tammy, great grandchildren Austin and Nikki, brother Harry (Jean), sister-in-law Ruby Boyer.
   Ray also leaves behind Rita’s siblings Alan (Kay) Robideau, Betty (Alan) Fenton, Joan Ford, Joyce Stanley, Terry (Ed) Hildebrand and their families, along with many friends and extended family members. Ray was predeceased by son Eldon, daughter-in-law Betty and grandsons Evan and Tyler. Funeral Service will be held on Monday, August 6, 2012 at 1 p.m. at the Bezanson Community Church.
   Following the service lunch will be served at Kleskun Hill Park.
   Memorial donations in Ray’s memory may be made to the Bezanson Church Building Fund or Charity of one’s Choice.
   Condolences may be sent by visiting
CLIPPED FROM - The Daily Herald-Tribune, Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada, 03 Aug 2012, Fri  •  Page 57

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BOYER, Mary "Rita": April 20, 1935 - August 4, 2022 {also on Robideau grave stone page}

Mary "Rita" Boyer
   Mom has left us to be with her beloved husband Ray.
   She passed away peacefully on August 4, 2022, at the Grande Prairie Regional Hospital. Rita is survived by her sons Doug (Judy) and Arnie (Kim), grandchildren Ryan, Travis, Josh, Chad and Tammy and their extended families, as well as her siblings Alan, Joan and Terry and many additional family members.
   Mom was born in and raised in Bezanson and spent her entire life in the Peace country. Her heritage and family meant the world to her. She was an avid curler and loved watching the game each winter from her home at Points West in Peace River. She cherished the many friends at the home who she visited with, and joined cooking and gardening.
   Rita was predeceased by her husband Ray, oldest son Eldon, grandsons Evan and Tyler, siblings Nancy, Joyce and Betty as well as many other close family loved ones.
   A private Celebration of Rita's Life to be held at a later date. Mom will rest eternally at the Glen Leslie Cemetery with those family members that have left us too soon.
   Memorial donations can be made to the charity of one's choice.
Posted in the Grande Prairie  Daily Herald-Tribune

Rita Robideau married Ray Boyer

Block 87, Lot 8

BOYER, Eldon Ray: October 3, 1954 - January 10, 1995 {also on Miseck grave stone page}

Eldon Ray Boyer, 40, of Grande Prairie
   On Tuesday, January 10, 1995 Eldon Ray Boyer of Grande Prairie, passed away at his home at the age of 40 years.
   Eldon lived for six years after being diagnosed with cancer.
   He is survived by: his wife, Leona; sons Ryan, Evan, Chad; stepsons Blair and Tyler. He also leaves his parents, Ray and Rita Boyer; brothers Doug (Judy), Arnie (Kim); nephews Travis and Josh; niece Tammy; grand-mother Peggy Robideau and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
   Eldon was predeceased by his first wife Betty in 1986, and his grandfather Ernie Robideau in 1960.
   Funeral service For the late Eldon Ray Boyer will be held on Saturday, January 14, 1995 at 11 a.m. from Grande Prairie Alliance  Church with Pastor Mike McWhinnie officiating. Cremation will follow.
   In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Children's Educational Trust Fund, c/o Mr. Ed Hildebrand or to the charity of choice.
   Arrangements have been entrusted to Grande Prairie Funeral Chapel, 10005-107 Ave. Grande Prairie. Telephone 532-4732.
"To Serve As We Would Be Served"
CLIPPED FROM - The Daily Herald-Tribune, Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada, 12 Jan 1995, Thu  •  Page 5

BOYER, Betty Jane: February 8, 1957 - May 13, 1986 {also on Miseck grave stone page}

Betty Jane Boyer
   Mrs. Betty Jane Boyer passed away at the Peace River Municipal Hospital, Peace River, Alberta, on Tuesday. May 13. 1916, at the age of 29.
   She was born al Spirit River. Albertan and was a resident of Peace River.
   She is survived by her husband Eldon; sons Ryan and Evan of Peace River. her parents, Harry and Agnes Miseck of Grande Prairie, her sisters and their families: Terryl Miseck Campbell and Luke of Edmonton, Maxine Verhuiden, Tina and Jodi of Edmonton, Sheila (Jed) Salter, Kirsten. Sarah, and Jesse of Edmonton. Lorie of  Calgary, her maternal grandparents, Ed and Ethel Hicks of Kelowna, B.C.; paternal grandmother, Anna Miciuk of Grande Prairie, great grandmother, Daisy Childers of Spirit River; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
   Funeral service for the late Betty Jane Boyer will be held at Forbes Presbyterian Church, 9835-76 Ave. Grande Prairie, Alberta, on Monday, May 19, 1986, at 11 a m., with Rev. George Malcolm officiating. Interment to take place at the Grande Prairie Cemetery.
   If friends so desire, memorial donations may be made lo the Northern Alberta Children's Hospital Foundation, Box 505„ Edmonton„ Alberta, T5J 2K1.
   Funeral arrangements by Oliver Funeral Chapel & Crematorium, Grande Prairie. Telephone, 532-2929.
CLIPPED FROM - The Daily Herald-Tribune, Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada, 16 May 1986, Fri  •  Page 2

Betty Jane Miseck married Eldon Boyer

Obituary should have said interment at Glen Leslie Cemetery.

BOYER, Evan Gregory: September 25, 1980 - September 24, 2010

Block 87, Lot 6 (3 graves)

BOYER, BERTHA M.: 1884 - 1946 {also on Martel grave stone page}

BOYER, Isaac B.: 1881 - 1947 {also on Martel grave stone page}

Block 44, Lot 1 & Block 44, Lot 2

The following are on this page as the Wife’s Maiden name or previous married name belongs on this page.

Often the husbands details are included.


BUTLER, Ruth M.: December 4, 1922 - October 18, 2002 {also on Butler & Smith grave stone page}

Ruth (Boyer) Butler, 79, of Vancouver, B.C.
   Ruth May (Boyer) Butler passed away on Friday, October 18, 2002 after a lengthy illness. Ruth was born in Grande Prairie on December 4, 1922, the daughter of Isaac and Bertha Boyer. Ruth took her schooling at the East Kleskun School which is now situated at Kleskun Hill Museum. In 1942, Ruth and husband Dick Smith moved to Vancouver where Dick was stationed in the Canadian Army. After Dick was discharged, they remained to make their home in Vancouver.
   Ruth is lovingly remembered and survived by her son, Rick Smith; and grandsons, Ricky and Dennis. Also surviving are brothers, Ray (Rita) Boyer, Harry (Jean) Boyer; sisters, Lila Cotnam and Ada Bryenton; sisters-in-law, Ruby Boyer, Jessie Delaney and Rose Fitzsimmons and many special nieces, nephews and cousins.
   A special time of remembrance will take place at the Bezanson Golden Years Centre from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, November 2, 2002.
CLIPPED FROM - The Daily Herald-Tribune, Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada, 31 Oct 2002, Thu  •  Page 7

Ruth Boyer married Dick Smith then Bert Butler

Block 47, Lot 6

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