Trevor Boyce Obituary, Death – At the time of his departure, Trevor Henry Boyce, who was 82 years old, passed away quietly in the Marjorie Willoughby Snowden Memorial Hospice Home. He passed away at the age of 82. Trevor Boyce’s children that are still alive are Pam (Eugene) Nagai, Bryn Boyce, and Bruce Boyce, all of Kamloops, British Columbia. He is also survived by Flora “Jean” Boyce, his devoted wife of 57 years, and the couple’s three children. I
He is also survived by his grandchildren Jocelyn (Paul) Skublicki, Jennifer (Adam) Morris, and their son William, who all currently reside in Calgary, Alberta. They will always treasure the memories of him. Together with his sister, Laurel (Ernie) Hunt, who resides in Langley, British Columbia, his brother-in-law, Ranald Bain, who resides in Lethbridge, Alberta, and a sizable number of nieces and nephews, Trevor is also survived by them all. The sister-in-law of Trevor is Ranald Bain.
His paternal grandparents Roy and Minnie Boyce, parents Roy and Minnie Boyce, brother Edward “Ted” Boyce, brother-in-law Murdoch Bain, sisters-in-law Mary Bain and Mary Boyce, niece Colleen Bain, and nephew Ronald Boyce all passed away before Trevor was born.
In the Saskatchewanian city of Swift Current on March 4th, 1923, Trevor was born. He joined the Royal Canadian Navy after enrolling, and for the duration of the war, he worked as a wireless operator. Trevor and Jean got married on June 17, 1948, before Trevor enlisted in the service. They had a child after Trevor’s military stint was over. After spending several years in Swift Current working for the Canadian Pacific Railway, Trevor reenlisted in the military. He then relocated his family to North Bay, Edmonton, and Marville, France before deciding to settle in Kamloops in 1967. Trevor served in the military and was based in Marville, Edmonton, and North Bay. During this time, Trevor worked in the city of Swift Current. Trevor enjoyed several different interests, such as gardening, trips to Reno, and the game of golf.