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Angela "Angie" H. Boyter

September 24, 1945 — May 22, 2023

Angela "Angie" H. Boyter

Angela Huddleston Boyter

Evans, GA – Angela “Angie” Boyter, 78, passed away on May 22, 2023 in Evans, GA. She is survived by her husband, Norman Boyter, her children, Ashley and Cale, and grandchildren, Jerry, Max, Amanda, Lucy, Samuel and Olympia.

Angie was born on September 24, 1945 in Bartlesville, OK to Ruth and William Huddleston and her big sister, Elaine. Bartlesville was a bustling oil town, and Angie savored every part of it: football games, school dances, quality time with family and her many friends. She always looked forward to their annual family vacation in the summers on the Petit Jean Mountain in Arkansas, where she would ride her favorite horse, Lady.

Always a voracious student, Angie went to Park College in Parkville, MI for two years, and then onto the University of Oklahoma, where she was working toward a degree in French. She dreamt of traveling the world, and as luck would have it, she went on a blind date with a Second Lieutenant that would take her heart and soul around the world. Angie married Norman Cale Boyter on September 17, 1966, and they enjoyed 56 years of blissful marriage.

Angie completed her degree in 1967 while Norm was serving in Vietnam and went on to teach first grade in Phoenix City Alabama while they were stationed at Fort Benning in 1968. She took her stellar teaching skills to Cary, N.C., where she taught Spanish and French while Norm was in graduate school. Their marriage was a partnership of the highest kind, and Angie even typed Norm’s graduate dissertation, math formulas and all.

In 1972, Norm and Angie welcomed their first child, Cale, a big blue-eyed boy who loved airplanes, but most of all, his mother. Following two years at Annapolis, MD, the family moved to Idaho Falls, where they welcomed their baby girl, Ashley. From Idaho Falls, the Boyter Four moved all over the world: Korea, the Philippines, Pittsburgh, Richland, Augusta and Washington DC. Angie was a superhuman wife and mother, who helped manage the moves, host dinners for dignitaries, and transition from city to city with more grace and elegance than most. She put her skills on display, always orchestrating the challenges of raising Cale and Ashley in their many moves to make sure they had schooling, friends and activities to ensure a nurturing and fulfilling childhood. In true Angie fashion, she would walk Cale door to door in whatever new neighborhood they arrived in, asking if there were boys his age for him to play with. He remains best friends with many of those once strangers to this very day. And when at fourteen Ashley’s modeling career began, she managed and traveled with her for professional shoots in Seattle, New York, and Atlanta. Then later, her love of family extended beyond her children, and she bestowed the same love, expectations, and support on her beloved grandchildren from birth to college and beyond.

Angie always found time for her own interests and reveled in her independence, be it tennis, Bridge, or even becoming a certified grapho-analyst of handwriting. Her independence was especially on full display when she would get an itch to go on spontaneous solo road trips to visit family and friends. She was also an avid reader of history and fiction and made a point to set up several book clubs along the way. Her patriotism was deep, and she enjoyed politics like a sport, but not as much as she loved a big family reunion.

Above all was Angie’s faith in God, which she practiced every day both inwardly and outwardly, as she completed all levels of the Bible Study Fellowship and supported a missionary friend and husband until her passing.

It would be difficult for most to leave their mark across the world the way that Angie did. She bounced from city to city, continent to continent, and left a trail of lifelong friendships and memories in her wake.

The funeral service will be held Saturday, July 1, 2023 at 11:00 A.M. at Redeemer Presbyterian Church with Rev. Charlie Stakely officiating. A reception will follow the service at the church.

Memorial contributions may be made to Redeemer Church "The Oaks School", 2450 William Few Parkway, Evans, GA 30809.

Thomas Poteet & Son Funeral Directors, 214 Davis Rd., Augusta, GA 30907 (706) 364-8484. Please sign the guestbook at www.thomaspoteet.com
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