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Elizabeth Wylene Boyanton

A memorial service for Elizabeth Wylene Boyanton, will be held on Sunday, Nov. 8, 2015, at 2:00 p.m., at Colquit Road Church of Christ 1350 Colquit Road Terrell, TX 75160. Mrs. Boyanton died Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015, at Carriage House Manor, in Sulphur Springs.
She was born in Falfurrias, May 15, 1931, to Benjamin and Emogene Cody Jackson. She married Charles Orlando Fisher, in Dallas (Oak Cliff), in 1965. Mrs. Boyanton worked at LTV for a period of years, then, as a nurse aide.  Her most important job was raising her children and being a homemaker.
Survivors include:  3 Sons:  Larry Hector of Wills Point; Wayne Hector (Pam) of Corsicana; and Woody Fisher (Janice) of Emory. 2 Sisters:  Imogene Spurger and Wanda Lewis. Grandchildren and great-grandchildren:  Numerous other loving family and friends
Preceded in death by:  Parents;  Husband, in 1995;  1 Son, Willie Joe Hector; 1 Grandson, Creighton Hector; 1 Great-granddaughter, Abigail Albritton; and 9 Siblings
Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Wilson-Orwosky Funeral Home.

Author: Staff Reporter

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