Mr. Invoice W. Boyer, Jr., Greenwood, went House to be with the Lord on the early morning of Monday, July 11, 2022 surrounded by his household. He was 74. Invoice was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, a son of the late Invoice W. and Betty M. (Zike) Boyer, Sr.
Invoice attended Arsenal Technical Excessive College and was a member of the graduating Class of 1966. Invoice was additionally a proud veteran having honorably served his nation in the USA Military. He had been employed as a Senior Engineer with Rolls Royce and retired in 2013 after 32 years of service.
Invoice was an lively member of Gracepoint Church in Whiteland and served with the meals pantry, cleansing crew and in safety. He was additionally a life member of the American Legion the place he assisted in organising for the annual Memorial Day parade alongside along with his pals at Rolls Royce.
Invoice spent a lot of his leisure time cooking in addition to elevating and caring for his vegetable garden. He loved canning his greens from his garden. He loved grilling out, enjoying Euchre and was a fan of the Indiana College Hoosiers basketball staff and the Indianapolis Colts. Invoice dearly cherished his household, particularly his grandchildren.
Invoice is survived by his loving spouse, Terry (Miller) Boyer, his sons, Dow (Rachel) Boyer and Todd (Angie) Boyer; his grandchildren, Cole, Alayna, Alyvia, Addy, Chase, Noah and Maya and his sisters, Joyce (Lloyd) Cagle and Brenda (John) Thomas.
Along with his dad and mom, he’s preceded in passing by a sister and her husband, Barbara and Tommy Kraning and a brother-in-law, Mac McMullen.
Funeral servives will probably be carried out at 3:00 pm, Thursday, July 14, 2022 at Gracepoint Church, 330 Whiteland Street, Whiteland along with his son Pastor Dow Boyer officiating. Inurnment will happen at Crown Hill Cemetery with army honors conferred by a contingent from the USA Military and the Indianapolis Metropolitan Navy Honor Guard.
The household will obtain pals from 1:00 pm till the time of service Thursday on the church.
For these selecting to make a memorial contribution is Invoice’s reminiscence, the household has recommended these be supplied to the Wounded Warriors Challenge, Gracepoint Church or the IMMHG.
Forest Garden Funeral House is honored to care for the household of Mr. Invoice Boyer.