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In loving memory of
Randall L. Boyer
  • June 07, 1946
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  • May 16, 2019

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Randall L. “Randy” Boyer, 72, passed away May 16, 2019.
Born June 7, 1946 in Butler, PA and moved to Deland in the early 1960’s.
He was a manager at the DeLand Boulevard Drive in Theatre which is where he met his wife Janet. He was also owner of Boyer’s Locksmith & Security until he retired. Soon after he opened Boyer’s Custom Guns. He was a scoutmaster for Troop 544 for many years and enjoyed remote control airplanes, photography, camping and teaching concealed weapons classes. He was a life member of the NRA and Seminole County Gun & Archery Club and a member of the Associated Locksmiths of America and the Central Florida Locksmith Association.
Randy was preceded in death by his loving wife Janet, brothers William Boyer – Raleigh, NC and Thomas Boyer – Atlanta, GA., parents William H. Boyer and Marjory Boyer of DeLand, FL.
He is survived by 3 sons: Brian Boyer – Jolynn – Simi Valley, CA, Adam Mahaffey – Dawn and Bruce Boyer – Deb, both of DeLand.  Grandchildren : Megan, Tarin and Tyler and 5 greatchildren and an extended family and dear friends.

Memorial donations in leu of flowers may be made to:
Volusia Area Friends of NRA
PO Box 1349
DeLand, FL 32721-1349

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, June 8 at 1pm. at the First United Methodist Church, Howry Ave., DeLand, FL., a time of fellowship will follow after the service.

Baldwin Brothers, Port Orange was in charge.


First United Methodist Church
115 East Howry Avenue, DeLand, FL 32720
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Date & Time:
June 8, 2019 at 1:00 PM

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  1. Dan Meek lit a candle:
    13 Apr 2022
    Lit since April 13, 2022 at 4:44:03 AM

  2. Dan Meek says:
    13 Apr 2022
    Mr. Boyer (as I knew him as a youngster in the late 70's) probably saved me from myself on more than many occasions. He helped shape who I am today when my own family was in deep turmoil. I knew him as my Scout Master for many years in 544. He later introduced me to RC planes and was my mentor for the years I lived in OC. Without him, I don't know I'd be where I am today. He was such a wonderful person who I only ever saw slightly "annoyed" once. Mr. Boyer, you will be missed, but your memory lives within me sir. Rest In Peace.
    -Dan Meek

  3. glenn says:
    08 Jun 2019
    Randy became a friend through the years whille working on many guns for me. I always enjoyed talking with him whether it was scouts, politics, faith or guns and ammo.
    He will be missed by many!
    I will surely miss him.
    Glenn Rogers

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