Czyz Kiefer Dills, 30, of Amarillo, TX, entered his Heavenly Home, prepared by Jesus, on Tuesday, May 25, 2021.
Friends and family are invited to a viewing/visitation from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., Friday, May 28, 2021, at Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home, 2800 Paramount Blvd. A private burial is planned for Saturday morning. Celebration services are set for 11:00 a.m. Saturday, May, 29, 2021, at Coulter Road Baptist Church, 4108 Coulter, Amarillo.
Czyz was born on June 28, 1990, in Pampa, TX.
Czyz was preceded in death recently by his brother, Reese Dills on March 2, 2021; and by his mother, Beth Queen Dills on July 7, 2003.
He is survived by his beloved wife, Nicolette, and daughter, Emma Dills; his maternal grandmother, Lynda Queen, Amarillo; his father, Richard Aaron Dills and wife Courtnie, Pampa; a sister, Bama Dills Bradley and husband Joel, Springfield, MO; grandmother, Sherry Dills, Amarillo; grandfather, Richard L. Dills and wife Jeanna, Lefors; uncle, Bret Queen; aunt, Barbara Britten and husband Charlie, Groom; and cousins, Kara Kidd, Chris Kidd, Kayla Breeding, Hylee Gomez Queen, Ashlee Queen, and Isabell Queen. He is also survived by his in-laws, Seth and Sue Keomoungkhoune, David Keomoungkhoune, and Daniel Kemoungkhoune and wife Chelsea and their children, Elijah and Elise.
Czyz graduated in 2009 from San Jacinto Christian Academy, where he was in worship choir and football. Previously he was in Tascosa Concert Choir and Freedom Singers and participated in football and wrestling. He was also a member of the City Champion football team at Austin Middle School.
He was a member of the Amarillo Boy Choir and Spotlight and travelled to California, New York, and Europe, where they sang with the Vienna Boys’ Choir. He and his brother and sister also sang for various groups and occasions.
Czyz served several years as a camp counselor at Hidden Falls Ranch. A member of Coulter Road Baptist Church, he was active in local mission ministries and twice was part of a mission team to Brazil.
Before and during a lengthy illness, Czyz worked as a CDL driver for Rugby to help Nicolette complete nursing school.
He was kind and an amazing son/grandson, friend, father, and husband, who will be greatly missed.