Davey Darlene Spicer Boyd
”1938 - 2017”
It reminds me that no embrace will ever feel the same again,
because no one will ever be like her again, because she's gone.
She's gone, and crying feels so useless, so stupid, but it's all I can do.
Davey Darlene Spicer Boyd,
passed away Thursday, November 2, 2017.
Mrs. Boyd was born at her home in Miami, Okla. on August 20, 1938 to Ilus M. Spicer
and Jaunita Harner Spicer.
She attended Miami Public Schools and graduated in 1956. Darlene married Clay Boyd, Jr.
on August 24, 1957. He preceded her in death on March 3, 2001. She was also preceded
in death by her parents, her sister Ramona Spicer Fisher, two brothers B.G. “Bud”
Spicer and Jack Spicer, her son David Lee Boyd and special niece Nita Kay Fisher.
She is survived by her son Stephen K. Boyd and his wife Ramona, her grandson
Steven A. Boyd, granddaughters Jessica Diaz, Maggie Irby and Jacqueline Etris,
and several great grandchildren.
At her request her body has been donated as an anatomical gift to the University
of Oklahoma Health Science Center.
She also requested no services or memorial
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