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Raymond Jacob “Pete” Boykin, Jr.

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Raymond Jacob “Pete” Boykin, Jr., age 88, passed away Sunday, August 5, 2018 at Winfield Nursing Home. Pete was born July 19, 1930 in Columbus, TX to parents Raymond Jacob Boykin Sr. and Flora Marshall Boykin. He served in both the Korean and Vietnam Wars and retired from the United States Army. Pete was a proud Mason and member of the Lothrop Lodge #21 AF and AM.

Pete is survived by his son, Carl Ray Boykin and wife, Eliza of Crockett; grandchildren, Destiny Boykin, BreAnna Boykin, Kamryn Williams, Donny Rey Boykin, Bugs Joslen, Amanda Joslen; great-grandchildren, Hannah Joslen; great-nephew, Jeff Willoughby and wife, Alisha of Nacogdoches; niece, Deloris Ann Patten of Elkhart; as well as numerous other loving family members and friends. He is preceded in death by his parents, Raymond and Flora Boykin; sister, Luna Bennett; brother-in-law, J.B. Bennett.

Military and Masonic Graveside services for Raymond Jacob “Pete” Boykin, Jr. will be held on Thursday, August 9, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at Milligan Cemetery with Bro. Gene Kellum officiating. Family will receive friends for visitation Wednesday, August 8, 2018 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Callaway-Allee Funeral Home.

Online condolences may be made at www.callawayallee.com

CALLAWAY-ALLEE FUNERAL HOME

15 Comments
  1. So sorry for your loss. We loved Pete Boykin(screaming Eagle). We had many years of talking on our Cb’s together. He was a good man and friend.

  2. I am so going to miss talking to you Uncle Pete and hearing your Air Force stories and stories from your growing up years. I will always think of you with your Screaming Eagle pickup and the Oooga horn that had all the neighborhood dogs barking. You were the best Uncle ever and the only one I had. I’m thankful that you won’t have to suffer any longer, but I wish you could have stayed just a while longer. R.I.P. Uncle Pete until we see you again.

    Mollie and Ronny McCoy

  3. I am going to miss Sreaming Eagle, and the good friend that he was to me.

  4. Uncle Pete, you were a role model to me, your children and grandchildren, and to everyone whose path you crossed. Such a wise man and the stories you told…I could hear you tell those about growing up and your military days all day long. RIP Uncle Pete…until we meet again

  5. Our condolences from Jeff and I.Rest in peace.

  6. Grandpa Pete, you’ll be missed. But great memories though.. fly high screaming eagle.

  7. I am so sorry for the loss of Pete Boykin; what a tremendous loss to his family and friends. I was proud to be counted among his friends, and losing him leaves an emptiness in my heart. I will miss him dearly.

  8. I’ll always remember the stories you used to tell on holiday occassions. You were a higly gifted mechanic and thinker. You will be missed Uncle Pete.

  9. Going to miss “The Screaming Eagle”. Rest in Peace friend.

  10. We will all miss Pete. Not many people on this earth as good as he was. “Screaming Eagle” hope to see you again my friend!

  11. I am so sorry for your loss. Pete was always a great person to be around.He was always willing to help.

  12. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

  13. I just now learned of your loss. I am so sorry. I so enjoyed visiting with Pete when I
    came to the shop needing Carl’s help to repair one of our vehicles. He will surely be missed.

  14. From the entire family of Randall Nunley (Old Paint) Pete was our dads best friend in life and now he will join our daddy and mama in Heaven. We just now heard of his passing and our deepest condolences to Carl and other family members. Pete was like no other man and so kind and such a dear friend to all of us. Its time to fly high Screaming Eagle. As we heard on the CB so many times 10-4 over and out dear friend. RIP Pete. We all loved you very much.
    The Entire Nunley Family and all our kids and grandkids that had the pleasure of knowing such a great man.

  15. Travis and I will miss seeing Mr.Pete rumbling down the dirt road. Condolences to Carl and family

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