I remember Boyce as a very generous and kind soul. My favorite recent memory was of a Xmas feast at Kris & Doug's where we had delicious appetizers he made to share. He will be missed in the Lodi community. My love and prayers to his family and my brother-in-law Jonathan.
Condolences to the Inman family on the loss of Boyce. Jon and I were good friends way back when, and going over to the Inman's place after school was always an adventure. Boyce blasted a can with a rifle in that canal for us younger guys one day. We talked about that for years.
Boyce you were a good person, thoughtful in your proffession and to e as a usiness friend. Your time with borrelli jewellers facetted llife memories for myself and many others Lodi will miss you Sir
Our hearts are broken, but happy you are living in eternal peace...
Kathrine and the boys.
We went to Boyce's celebration today at the OddFellows and it was packed, not an empty table. You should be proud. We will miss him as a good friend. Phil Frieders & Sheryl Carey
I'm so sorry and my deepest sympathy to your family. I will always remember Boyce as one of the kindest people I've had the pleasure of knowing. He always had a smile on his face and helped bring joy to so many.
Going to miss you Boyce. Gone too soon.
Boyce was a Great Man, that everyone loved! He enjoyed BBQ's and being in the great outdoors with his fiends and family. I will miss his kind smile, gone much to soon. God Bless Boyce and his family, and Thank You for being my Friend
I first met Boyce in high school around 1969. We were partners in vocational auto shop where we became good friends. His motorcycle was always broke down, so I gave him a ride home about half the time in my 57 Chevy. He did all of our jewelry repair for years and never charged enough. He was one of the most polite and honest people I have ever met. Your kind words and smile will be missed Boyce. Our prayers go out to the family. The Kafton's
To the Inman Family:
Boyce was my neighbor for 28 yrs. He was always quiet and kept mostly to himself. He came over a couple of times to see my backyard and look at my box turtles. He was my jeweler as well. I will miss seeing him. He always had a smile and kind word.
Kathryn and family: Our deepest sympathy to all of your family. Don will always remember the cooking experiences at Oddfellows with Al and his boys. Our love and prayers.
Our families grew up together. I probably met Boyce when he was 3 or 4. I had 3 younger brothers and the boys spent lots of time together. I love his family and will always have fond memories of them. I even went on a train trip with all the boys and Katherine to San Francisco in about 1962. Great memories. Rest is peace, Boyce. You were a special person.
Dear Boycer, Had a many good times laughing, exchanging fishing stories and impromtu BBQ's with friends. You always had a great smile and story to tell. Boyce you will be missed...My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
I didn't know Boyce too well but my dad, Larry, was friends with him. He seemed like a real stand-up guy. My wedding ring had a sharp edge to it and Boyce smoothed it out, free of charge. What a cool guy! My thoughts and prayers go out to the family.
Boyce I will always remember the sleep overs at your house with all the beds outside and all of us staying over. Those were the days. I enjoyed hearing about your fishing stories from my brother. Thanks for the laughs,smiles and friendship. You never would say goodbye to me. You always said "love you". Boyce, I love you and will miss you. Rest in peace.
Boyce, you repaired my jewelry, shared historical facts on jewelry design, enjoyed attending the Westerner's Historical Society with your sweet mom, and we talked about good ol' Lodi High. You were always a kind and honest person, and our loss is heaven's gain. I send prayers to his dearest left behind.
Boyce was a man of many talents and a true friend. Fishing,BBQ, Metaxa, good music... He taught me a lot. I will miss his smile. Rest in Peace my good friend. Mitch Swanson
Boyce and I were good friends in High School, so we met again at our last class reunion which I was very happy to see him after so many years. He was always a dear and honest person to me.
So sorry, he left to soon. Bless you Boyce.
I'm sorry for your loss. I knew Boyce from the early 70's. He was a good friend of my friend's brother. Boyce was always at their house.
Rest in Peace Boyce.
Boyce was true to his friends and family. my best memories are of his skill as a jeweler and many friends at BBQ's, always smiling. Gone too soon and will be missed by all that knew you "Boycers"!!
Boyce it just won't be the same fishing on opening day.God Bless, I will miss you.
To a truly kind and special person who left us too soon...May his memory be eternal.
aah boyce, no matter how many times i saw it and knew it was attached, i always bent over to pick up that nickel on the bathroom floor.
Boyce was always kind and saw the good in things.
I have many great memories of Boyce one of them is swimming in the canal in back of their home. He always had a positive kind word for you and was polite with my parents. It was great when he arrived at my home during the class reunion picnic and I was able to spend some personal time with him. Peace to you Boyce,we will all miss your warm smile! The world once again has lost a wonderful person.
I really only knew Boyce from the Odd Fellows, but am really glad to have met and known him. He has left us too soon and will surely be missed.
Boyce will always be remembered as a great guy who greeted everyone with a smile. You will be missed Boyce.
An honest, careing person and a talented craftsman. He will be missed by all who knew him.
Thanks for the Memories Boyce, God Bless You, go fishing.