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Travis Edward Boyter

November 20, 1933 ~ April 6, 2019

Travis “Bud or Honey” Edward Boyter, 85, of Carlyss passed away peacefully April 6, 2019 in the comfort of his home.  Bud was a paratrooper in the Army during the Korean Conflict.  He loved spending time with his family.  Bud enjoyed fishing, hunting, gardening, painting and listening to music.    

 Bud is survived by his wife of 65 years, Melba Boyter; one daughter, Krissy Boyter; nine grandchildren, Kassy Fontenot, Rusty Adams, Kindy Adams, Ryan Adams, Kortney Lee, Kamryn Boyter, Rhett Hanagriff, Ricky Hanagriff and Reed Hanagriff; 14 great grandchildren, a host of extended loving family members; and one sister, Louise Wiggins.  He was preceded in death by his parents, Travis and Odessa Boyter; one daughter, Kelle Boyter; and one sister, Jerry Boyter. 

A memorial service for Bud will be held at Victory Worship Center on Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 2-4 PM.  Cremation has been entrusted to Johnson and Robison Funeral Home. 

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  1. Loved and admired you uncle buddy..didnt see you as much as would have liked to.you will always be in my heatršŸŒ¹

  2. Loved and admired you uncle buddy..didnt see you as much as would have liked to.you will always be in my heatršŸŒ¹

  3. Loved and admired you uncle buddy..didnt see you as much as would have liked to.you will always be in my heatršŸŒ¹

  4. My sincere condolences to the family at this difficult time. May you all seek God for comfort, peace, strength and support (2 Cor 1:3).

  5. I only today learned of Buddy's passing and am greatly saddened by this discovery. Please accept my sympathy dear family members, relatives and friends. Buddy and I had not seen each other since he was about 13 years old even though we had lived only a few miles from each other, he in Sulphur, LA and my family in Orange, TX for a few years. Ā He and I had only started communicating in very recent years. I was surprized to learn that we had both entered the military in 1955. He in the Army's 11th Airborne and I in the U.S. Air Force and that we even unknowingly shipped over to Germany on the same ship, the USNS Taylor, in January of 1956. I do regret that we ere not closer over the years. Ā May you rest in peace, Bddy.

  6. You mean so much to me. I dream of you often, and I miss you so much. I wish you could see Travis. šŸ™‚ He is getting so big so fast . I love you so much Honey.


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