Alan Dale Boyer

Alan Dale Boyer

July 31, 1953 - August 18, 2018
Lake Forest CA

Alan Dale Boyer

July 31, 1953 - August 18, 2018
Lake Forest CA


On August 18,  2018 we lost a beloved husband, father, grandfather and Friend.

Words cannot express how much I will miss him. He was my soulmate, best friend, my biggest fan, made me laugh daily and always made me feel loved and treasured.

He loved and supported his boys Brook, Reid and Preston. He was so so proud of what fine men they became. Spoke about them to anyone that he came across. He was grateful to know they found love in Allison and Tiffany. He adored and felt so plessed to have three beautiful and smart grandchildren Jake, Shayna and Violet.

He was so much better at this than I was. Hoping I do you proud, you deserve only the best my love.

I love and miss you like no other, my sweet man. RIP



  • Date & Time: August 29, 2018 (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM)
  • Venue: O'Connor Mortuary
  • Location: 25301 Alicia Parkway Laguna Hills, CA 92653 - (Get Directions)
  • Phone Number: (949) 581-4300

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11 responses to Alan Dale Boyer

  1. Dearest Boyette,
    I am so sorry that I could not attend your service. I did not see this option to post here until this morning, I hope it makes it into the guestbook. ~ You were my first love. And a GREAT LOVE it was! I will never forget all the years that you and I (and Jim) spent together…all those school proms…You will always be considered a member of our family. You were considered a son by my father. Oh how I wish to have one more evening in the Outrigger Lanai together….❤ I know you are at peace, surrounded by your dear mother, JimBoyand the Big Kahuna

  2. Dear Brook, Reid, and family members,

    Our deepest sympathies to you all. Living next to your family was some of our happiest memories. We are sorry we could not attend the services. You all were heavy on our minds and in our hearts.

  3. Tony says:

    Rest in peace, brother.

  4. David Ruhl says:

    Farewell my dear friend. Thank you for a lifetime of friendship, long conversations, and memories of good times that we laughed about over and over again.

  5. Alan and I worked together a million years ago at the City of Santa Ana. He was the consummate prankster and joker. I always told people the stories of his shenanigans. He was a very fun and intelligent guy. Condolences to his family. He will be missed.

    1. Hello Jeanne,

      This is Alan’s first wife, Christine. I also worked at the City of Santa Ana many, many moons ago and that is where he and I met. I’m glad he made you laugh and smile and know that he and the ‘crew’ he worked with definitely had plenty of pranks and ‘shenanigans’ that he shared with me, as well. I worked in the PD and look back with very fond memories when I think about those days. Thank you for your remembrances.

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