Sally Ann (Leaver) BoytJanuary 2, 1949 ~ April 28, 2017 (age 68)
Sally Ann (Leaver) Boyt, sadly passed away on Friday April 28th of a broken heart less than a year after her beloved husband Steven Roy Boyt. Sally is survived by her brother Earl James (Diane), sister (Trudy), her 5 children- Troy( Tina), Brooke (Bob), Aaron (Jenn), Josh (Jill), Nick (Taren) and many grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and friends. Sally will be reunited with her parents (Earl and Jean Leaver), sister (Pat), loved dog (Chewy) and most importantly the love of her life Husband (Steven).
Sally was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on January 2nd 1949 to Earl and Jean Leaver. On September 4th 1967 she married Steven Boyt and had 5 children. She spent much of her time raising her family, working at Mervyns and Target for many years. The last year of her life she found new purpose in making new friends and trying new things. Whether you knew her for 10 minutes or her whole life you knew you had a friend forever. She was an easy person to talk to and could make you laugh no matter the circumstances. She loved her daily Beans n Brews and Diet Mountain Dew ( after Tab). Sally enjoyed flowers, reading books, and little children laughing. Her dog Shadow was her seeing "eye" dog and would never leave her side.
She will be surely missed!!!
"When you wake tomorrow
and grief takes your breath away
know that I watch over you
and walk with you each day.
Though unseen, I stay close by.
We're never apart
the love we shared gives testament
to all that's in your heart.
I see the way you struggle now
to hold your head up high
I'm proud of you because I know
how very hard you try.
I wish that I could hold you close
and ease the pain you feel
I want so much to talk to you
and promise that you'll heal.
One day you will see me again
Once more within your sight
I'll be right her to walk you
I'm waiting in the light.
"Goodbyes are not forever, Goodbyes are not the end, they simply mean I'll miss you until we meet again"
At Sally's request no funeral will be held. Instead of flowers the family requests donations to American Heart Association. https://donatenow.heart.org/