Larry Dean Boyer

Larry Dean Boyer

Larry Dean Boyer, 79, of Mart, passed away peacefully to be with our Lord on  Tuesday, October 5, 2021.

Larry was born on April 5, 1942 to Morris R. and Martha L. Boyer in Mishawaka, IN.  After graduating from Penn High School in 1960, he went on to enlist in the United States Marine Corp.  He was a proud veteran and loved his country.

In March 1963, he met the love of his life Alta Marie Bridges, and they wed later that year in August, going on to have three children, Scott, Steve, and Sean.  They recently celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary in August.

Larry was preceded in death by his parents.

He is survived by his wife Alta; his sons, Scott and wife Becky, Steve and wife Tracey, Sean and wife Candyce; grandchildren, Mark, Michael, Ellis, Grace, and Evan; sister, Nancy Smith and husband Richard; cousin Sandra Caruso and husband Tony; and numerous nieces and nephews.

At Larry’s request, there will be no service.

Memorial donations may be made to Texas Home Health Hospice.

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  1. My deepest condolences to the Boyer family. I will forever hold a special place in my heart for this man … I can only imagine the reunion❣️

    • Thank you for your thoughts. We really appreciate it. We will miss him dearly. He is not suffering anymore.


  2. My heartfelt prayers for Alta and the rest of the family. May God provide a peace beyond understanding.

  3. Dear Cousin Alta and family: Please know that you all have our sympathy and condolences on your loss. I well remember visits with you folks and also having met Larry’s parents. I hope that our paths will cross again, in the meantime, thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Bob & Carolyn DeRaad

    • Thanks for the thoughts and prayers. It will be quite a change in my life but I will always cherish our memories and our childhood as we grew up together. It would be wonderful if some day our paths would cross.

      Love you,

  4. Dear Alta and Family,
    I want to extend my Sympathy to you concerning the loss of your Husband and Father Larry. Alta I will always treasure the memories of you and your family. We had a wonderful childhood together. Uncle John and Aunt Helen were so special to us.

    • Thank you Ralph for your sympathy and concern for our loss. After 82 years, I am finding myself alone for the first time. I have so many memories of us growing up together and the good times we shared.

      Love Alta,

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