Jody Boyd

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Joan C. “Jody” Boyd




Jody C. Boyd, 75, entered Heaven on Tuesday (October 18, 2022) at Absolut at Houghton Nursing Home where she had been a longtime resident.


She was born in Cuba, NY on June 21, 1947 the daughter of George Boyd and Gertrude M. Hanft Boyd. She was a lifelong area resident except for living in Colorado with her mom for about 10 years. Jody was a member of the Belfast Free Methodist Church. She had many likes including: crafting, and crocheting. Jody loved to travel and was a human GPS (long before GPS), she could remember any turn and had a photographic memory when it came to directions in general. Anybody who knew Jody also knew that she had a true passion for all animals but had broad knowledge and true passion for wolves.


She was predeceased by her parents, her 2 sisters Corinne B. Crosby and Dorothy “Dot” Zuver.


She is survived by her 2 sisters Betty Weaver of Belfast, and June (John) Lamonski of NC, numerous nieces, nephews and multiple great nieces and nephews.


A private Graveside Service was held on Saturday (October 22, 2022) at Riverside Cemetery in Belfast with Pastor Jonathan Coates officiating.


To send a remembrance please visit or on Facebook @brownpowersfh, the family is being assisted by director Chester A. Gosper IV.


Memorial contributions can be made to the Belfast Free Methodist Church, or the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation.

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Gravside Service

1:00 pm
Saturday, October 22, 2022
Riverside Cemetery
Hughes Street
Belfast, New York, United States
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