Judy A. Boyett has gone to spend eternity with Jesus. She was granted 79 years of life and she entered the pearly gates on October 1st of 2021.
A memorial service will be held at 4pm, on November 14, 2021, at Bycota Baptish Church, 4022 NE 26th Ave, Amarillo, Texas.
Judy began as a professional seamstress in her youth and it carried her throughout her life. She was constantly sewing pants to patches for family and the church youth. She ran the Boron station when women had no place in a man’s world and later received a degree in business so she could manage the Days Inn South. Judy was also a professional cake decorator and made cakes the Cake Boss would be jealous of today. Judy had a zest for life and a love for Jesus that reflected into every aspect of her life. The love and sacrifice she gave for her family and friends were unparalleled in this world today. She took what she knew and applied it to help others as much as she was able and then some. She had a servant’s heart and joyfully served the people she met and loved.
Judy Boyett was known by many names; Miss Judy, Mom, Gram, Grammy, Grandma, even Gramsbear, it didn’t matter what you called her, she would want you to know Jesus as your Lord and Savior. It would be her heart’s desire to see you one day in Heaven, so if you don’t have a personal connection with Jesus, please reach out to someone. Bycota Baptist Church was Judy’s church family, maybe they can be yours too.
She was predeceased by her beloved husband, RL Boyett; her children, William Webb, and Vicki Knouse; her brothers, James and Robert, and her sisters, Maxine, and Shirley.
Judy will be lovingly remembered by her children; Gino Webb (Donna), Karri Reliford (Michael), and Angela Shaffer; grandchildren, Joshua Webb (Jennifer), Tamika Keese (Clint), Jonathan Webb (Michelle), Justin Webb, and Jocelyn Kilgore; great-grandchildren, Cypress Webb, Alyssa Keese, Angel Varner, Christian Keese, Gabriel Varner, Siena Keese, Aiden Chadsey, Kevin Webb, Dylan Webb, Lillian Webb, and Felicity Webb; great-great grandchild, Dimitri Ervin; her brother, Donald; her sisters Betty, Joann, Linda Lee, and Jenny Lou. She will also be sorely missed by her church family and friends at Bycota Baptist.
Memorial donations may be made in Judy Boyett’s name to BYCOTA Baptist Church, 4022 NE 26th Ave, Amarillo, TX, 79107.
“Thank you for being my mom” is so woefully inadequate to describe our wonderful and precious relationship. Tell Jesus I said hi. I’ll see you when He has my room ready. I love you Mom.
You will truly be missed Aunt Judy. Ken and I loved talking with you. RIP, love you
We lived together for over a year,and managed not to kill each other. I love ?you,and will miss you. I know I will see you again one day. Kiss R L for me.
Aunt Judy, You were such a ray of sunshine. Your brightness will be sorely missed in the coming days and years but you will surely brighten the heavens above. Keep it warm up there for the rest of us until we get there and say hi to RL. Aunt Maxine, my cousin Vicki, and Grandma and Grandpa Z. I miss you all! Until we meet again. Hearts and hugs.
I will dearly miss you Aunt Judy. I have loved chatting with you over quilts and baking ideas. I will forever hold your last words how you said I’ve got grammie’s ( your mom’s) facial feature. I’m so glad I looked a lot like your mom. Now you with all of your loved ones in peace. Give them all my hugs and we all meet again soon. Love you bunches Aunt Judy…….
I am thankful for the ornaments she made Isaac and the children at church..She left evidence of the love she had for God and for serving him ..
I love you and miss you sooo much. ???. You are with our Father and Jesus now. And I know that you are happy!!? Tell Mom and Dad hi for me and someday we will all be together again!!! Love you ??
Gram, you were one of the genuinely good people of this earth. You loved everybody equally. I never heard you say a harsh word to anybody, even those who probably deserved one every now and then. You choose kindness no matter what. You gave me an amazing grandfather in R.L., I’m sorry time was short, but tell him I said hi. You and Vicki, both, are happy and healthy now, and I ask that you watch over Tater for me. He loved to get into trouble. Lol I’m gonna miss ya Gram. Love ya always.
Judy. You were #2 Mom growing up. I will miss your smiling face. Give Vick a hug for me. Love ya Faith