Guest Book for EUGENE "GENE" BOYD, JR.

Provided by Stuart Mortuary, Inc

Posted by: S. I. Drake - Lt/IPD | IMPD (Ret)
Thu October 22, 2020
I'm thinking of  a number of special memories enjoyed in the company of Eugene Boyd Jr., USMC, Sgt/IPD | IMPD (Ret). Of my dearest of brothers who I pray is now enjoying "Eternal Rest" after his departure from this life. "Oorah" for being "ever faithful" and my close friend!
 

 
Posted by: cheryl petty
Fri October 23, 2020
Amanda, you and your family are in our prayers

Grandma Petty and Grandpa Petty
 

 
Posted by: William Beachum
Sat October 24, 2020

Praying Hands was sent by William Beachum .

Prayers and sympathy to the best Sergeant we ever had by far. Boy212 Sergeant Gene Boyd an incredibly kind and genuine person. We miss you and see you in Heaven somewhere down the road. Boy236 and the entire East District Middle Shift.

 

 
Posted by: John Morgan
Mon October 26, 2020
I worked with Gene for years and you couldn't have had a better supervisor because he cared about everyone.
He's one of those at IMPD you always remember.

 

 
Posted by: Marion Godwin
Mon October 26, 2020
Carmena and & Family and Eugene Boyd, Jr., please know that sincere prayers and sympathy are extended to you at this difficult time.  Gene was a very kind and considerate man and your many memories will certainly sustain and keep you in the days, weeks, months and years to come.  My memory of Gene as an officer with IMPD who regularly provided security during my "skate" days was a fond one.  Also, Gene's family attended Phillips Temple C.M.E. Church and we celebrated many homegoing celebrations with  you all.  Praying for you all and wishing God's blessings upon you.

Marion Faye Godwin
Indianapolis, Indiana (Jackson, TN)
 

 
Posted by: Ward & Jeanne Degler
Mon October 26, 2020
We will miss our next door neighbor. Prayers for his family.
 

 
Posted by: Christopher Marcum
Mon October 26, 2020
My deepest sympathies to the family. Sgt Eugene Boyd was the best supervisor an officer could ask for. He truly cared for his men and it was an honor to work for him.