James Boyd

(Nov 20, 1956 to Mar 13, 2009)

Styx lived life as he wanted to. He didn’t let his disability get in his way. If something was wrong with your computer, he could have it torn apart, rebuilt and running faster than ever in no time flat. His black belt in Karate is a testament to strength and willpower. And if he challenged you to a game of pool at Derby’s, you may think twice after you found out about the tournaments he had won there.rnrnStyx is survived by his mother Mary Haines (Walter) of Willingboro, brothers: Richmond of Willingboro and William of Cinnaminson, sisters: Patricia Sekula of PA, Martha Dillon of Eastampton, Mary Werner of Iowa and Gail McNeal of PA, also survived by many nieces and nephews.rnCome celebrate 52 years Thursday from 6-8 PM and Friday from 10 AM at the Sweeney Funeral Home, where a service will be held Friday at Noon. Interment to follow at the Beverly National Cemetery, Beverly.rnrn

6 thoughts on “James Boyd

  1. Roy & Joanne McNeese

    Sending our love and sympathy to our friend Mary and her entire family. Mary we know the hurt you have in your heart we also lost a son the pain is always close when we here of another child a parent has to bury.Cry a lot and share the love that is so important within families. God Bless and guide you through the following days.rnrn The McNeese’srnrn Roy and Joanne

  2. William Boyd

    Jim, rnWe have shared many memories and great times. I love you as any brother should love another. You were given a great burden to bare with you disabilities. Now I look forward to you running arround in the heavens above as the bible say we will be made whole. Your legs have had much rest through the years, I hope the rest of the family can keep up you in heaven with you new found legs. May you find peace with God and enjoy life as it is made new. Love You, Bill

  3. Pinky & John Hornberger

    John and I have alot of fond memories and good times with Jim when he lived in Va. I have a great memory of the picture above, Jim & I were Kyle Petty fans and this was taken where we were to see Kyle Petty. Jim will be missed! We would like to send our love and deepest sympathy to Mary and the entire family.

  4. Ken Valentine

    I am glad to have known Jim,he will be missed.I remember when he lived w/ Mary & I in Newport News,he had his large snake.He was good to animals.I would like to send my love and sympathy to Mary and the entire family.

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