Darlene Eloise Boykin


Darlene Eloise Boykin
Darlene Eloise Boykin

Darlene Eloise Boykin, 79, of Amarillo, TX passed away on November 8, 2021.

Memorial services will be at 10:30 A.M., Thursday, November 11, 2021, in the Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel with Dr. G. A. Roach officiating. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Darlene was born in Floydada, TX on August 14, 1942, to Lucille and Archie Terrell. She graduated from Tascosa High School.

Darlene married Chuck Boykin in Amarillo, TX on September 19, 1968. She had worked for the Texas Rehabilitation Commission for over 30 years. She retired as the office manager.

Darlene enjoyed attending Senior Citizens and playing dominoes. She loved to read, go to the casino, and travel. Darlene loved her family fiercely and was their rock.

Survivors include her husband, Chuck Boykin; daughter, Kimberley Gardner and husband Timothy; son, Bryan Boykin and wife Lindsay; brother, Kenneth Terrell and wife Donna; grandchildren, Dustin Rose and wife Amber, Payton Boykin, and Paytience Boykin; and great-grandchildren, Avery Rose, Maddox Rose, and Jethro Boykin.

4 Replies to “Darlene Eloise Boykin”

  1. Sad to hear of her passing. We dated in 1966 and 1967 when I was stationed at Amarillo Airforce Base before her second marriage to Mr. Boykin. She was always very nice to me. She helped me mentally adjust to being away from my family and friends in Arizona. I have nothing but good memories from her. May God bless her and her family.

  2. Bryan I remember your mom as such a sweet person when I taught you cello in elementary school. My blessings to your family

  3. Chuck, Bryan, Kim – and family,
    We are so sorry for your loss. Darlene was always bubbly and such fun!
    We know she will be so missed! Bless each of you as you go through the loss of your sweet wife Chuck and mom – Bryan and Kim. May God watch over each of you – much love, Carol and Mike Tiernan

  4. So very sorry for the entire family. So many wonderful memories from the eary IBM days working with Chuck. She was always so much fun. We all got together back then at each other’s houses and elsewhere on most weekends. She will be greatly missed.

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