Darrell Lynn Palmer

Darrell Lynn Palmer, 76, of Amarillo, TX died Wednesday, August 9, 2023.

Darrell Lynn Palmer
Darrell Lynn Palmer

A private celebration of life will be held.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Darrell was born November 15, 1946 in Amarillo, TX to Harold and Elsie Palmer.  He graduated from Caprock High School in 1965.

He married Judy Schultz on February 9, 1970, in Amarillo.

Darrell loved to work, he worked for more than twenty years at Owens Corning and retired after 15 years of truck driving for Mask Trucking.  He enjoyed driving for Uber these past few years.  When not working, he enjoyed woodworking, and watching his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Survivors include his wife, Judy Palmer, of Amarillo, TX; daughters, Lisa Arrasmith and husband Mark of Fort Worth, TX, and Kim Garcia and husband George of Amarillo, TX; a brother, Bob Palmer, of Lubbock, TX; grandchildren, Casey Clark and wife Mercedes, Makenzie Pfister and husband Kevin, Christopher Arrasmith and fiancée Brooke, and Cathryn Arrasmith; and great-grandchildren, Cori, Cali, Brynzli, and Bentley.

8 Replies to “Darrell Lynn Palmer”

  1. Darrell was a great guy. We played many sports together beginning at Sanborn Elementary. Our brothers were the same age and as a result shared a lot of common things growing up. May God give you peace and health, Bobby.
    Johnny and DeWanda Perdue
    San Tan Valley, Arizona

  2. It was a pleasure to have known you. Darrell, I never got the chance to tell you ” Thank you, for being so kind to my daughter Mercedes” Thank you.
    May your soul rest peacefully.

  3. We are so sorry for your loss. Robert graduated with Darrell.
    Thoughts & prayers for your family
    Robert & Donna Segedy

  4. We lost a friend. He was a good man and he leaves behind a legacy of love and compassion.
    Rest In Peace Dear Friend.

  5. I have not seen Darrell since our ’65 graduation. Like so many, when we graduate we move on in life and often times lose touch. Darrell and I were friends in high school – sharing a few classes together. I am saddened by this news.

  6. Darrell was more than a friend to us he was family.Hard working and the first to volunteer for any task. He was a great man and loyal friend. He will be missed.
    Praying for peace and comfort for you and your family.

  7. When I think of Darrell the word “loyal” comes to mind. Darrell may be the most loyal person I’ve ever known. Loyal husband, father, grandparent, friend, American, employee and more. Darrell was so much more than that but I can’t get loyal out of my mind.
    Darrell made me laugh. I loved his chuckle. I loved Darrell! When Darrell was in the hospital a couple of weeks ago I asked him what he would do for my wife. He said, “Norman I’d do anything I could”. I already knew that. Judy, guess what I would do for you.

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