E. Verlin BoyackJanuary 5, 1931 ~ October 7, 2017 (age 86)
E. Verlin Boyack
On the morning of October 7th 2017 we lost our husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend. He left us after a diagnosis and battle with A.LS. at the Boise Veterans Hospital at the age of 86.
Verl entered this World in Salt Lake City Utah to Elmo and Olive Boyack on January 5th, 1931and was soon to be joined with his sister ReNee and a brother Harold. As a child he began his hard work ethic selling newspapers on the corner of downtown Salt lake at the young age of 10 to help take care of the family and taking care of loved ones was an important part of his life.
He had four children with an early marriage Cheryl, Verl Jr., Vickie and Kerry. A later marriage to Betty Hawley gave him another daughter Kelli and an extended family John, Jan, Joe and Ann. All of which were his children and the love of his life. To work and provide was always his intent. His first marriage he was in the Air Force Military police stationed in Guam then many years in the Dairy business in Salt Lake. After his marriage to Betty they moved to Southern California where he worked in the grocery business. After they settled in Boise Idaho where he worked for Buttrey Foods and Albertsons then on to the snack food business where he worked for Frito Lay, Country Crisp, Snack Lion and helped his friend Tim Taylor with his snack business.
Verl leaves behind his wife and love of his life Betty Boyack, brother Harold Boyack, sister ReNee Mclelland (Husband Jack), son Verl Jr. (wife Kathy}, daughter Cheryl Perkins, daughter Vickey Boyack, son Kerry Boyack ( wife MaryAnn) Daughter Kelli Stewart (husband Todd), sons John and Joe Hawley, daughter Jan Lopes (husband Ken), daughter Ann Horejs (husband Mike) and families. He had 26 beautiful grandchildren and 32 beautiful great grandchildren and one on the way.
Verl left behind and immaculate reputation and had the perfect relationship with everyone he knew. He loved all and all loved him. At Verl's request he will have a family Military inurnment at Dry Creek Cemetery at a later date.