I've just learned of Boyd's passing. He and I were young men serving in the Air Force together at Yale and in Taiwan. Though it's been nearly 50 years, I still remember him as a good friend and a good man. We are all a little poorer now that he is gone.
Uncle Buddy was one-of-a-kind. He always had great advice and a sense of humor just like my Uncle Tommy. He always made my daughters day when she received her Boyd Worley Basketball tee shirt. He will be missed by his family. We love you Uncle Buddy!!!!
Jean, I was so sorry to learn of Boyd's passing. He was one of a kind, and such a good friend to both Lebron and myself, as you were.
Good Bye ole dude....I will never forget all the good things you did for me. It was a real pleasure working with you. Many fond memories of my time in Alaska.Never laughed so hard at all your jokes. You will be missed by many..To Jean and family. I am so sorry for your loss...Boyd was one in a million.....
Jean & family,
My heart goes out to you and the family during this time of loss. Boyd will be missed by many.
Janice Christopherson CBP, Portland, OR
All the best to the Worley family Boyd was a lovely person and will be sorely missed. Rest in peace, Boyd, you did good!
Nita & I will never meet & known a better friend than Boyd & Jean. So sorry to lose him so soon. <3
Kevin and family, so very sorry for your loss.
My friend and fellow Officer with the heart of gold you will be missed. I will not forget and will always remember you as a true friend.
I was saddened to read that Boyd had died. It is a testament to his character that so many people will miss him. I, and my entire family, are among those that do. I especially enjoyed, and even looked forward to, reading his highlights of the youth basketball games. It always brought me a smile to read them, knowing the kids he wrote about would remember his kind words.
Our Condolences to the entire Worley family.
Jean, thank you for letting Boyd move you to Skagway. You and Boyd have been such a blessing to Skagway and so many people are better off because you folks not only talke the talk but you both walked the walk in the way you treated people wether on duty or off. May God bless you and keep you.
I had the pleasure of working with Boyd in his first days with Customs in Anchorage. He was a good man with a thoughtful heart , a gentle spirit and an insightful mind. Even though it has been 38 years since I've seen him, we maintained occasional email contact. When Lynn Burlingame left word of his passing my eyes immediately embarrassed me. My prayers are with all of his family and friends. He leaves behind a set of big shoes to fill.
My condolences to the family. Boyd will be missed, but what a life he lead! You are all blessed and his legacy will continue. See you later Mr. Worley.
Jean, and family. Kris and I would like to offer our prayers and blessings to you and your family. During this time of sadness. I have many fond memories of Boyd while we lived in Skagway from 1986-1999. But most of all Boyd such a positive and favorable impression on our kids Monique and Jeff. May God hold you in the palm of His hand. Rev. Dr. Steve Nesheim
Jeanne and family, We're so sorry to hear about Boyd's passing. He (and Jeanne) were always so kind to us as NPS seasonals back in the day when that was not a popular thing to be. He made coming back into the US a pleasure and we always enjoyed a good laugh. Although we didn't see him much, we will miss him. Condolences to you all, Chas and Cristi
Our hearts go out to the whole Worley family. Especially my son-in-law, Kevin and his Mother, Jean. I felt priveliged to meet Boyd, even though I accidently called him "Frank" and he went along with the joke. He will be greatly missed. Love, Marty and Pete Murphy