Morris Shane Boyd

November 30, 1962 ~ September, 20, 2019

Morris Shane Boyd or (Moose) 56, of Sioux Falls, South Dakota passed away unexpectedly on September, 20, 2019.

Wake services will be held 6pm, Friday, September 27, 2019, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Lower Brule.  Funeral services will be 10:00am, Saturday, September 28, 2019, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Lower Brule.  Memorials can be directed to the Picket Fence in Chamberlain, SD.

Morris Shane Boyd, son of Richard Boyd and Connie Boyd was born November 30, 1962, in Dallas, Texas. He grew up and graduated high school in Chamberlain, SD. He later received his bachelor’s degree from Dakota Wesleyan University. Morris was the world’s biggest Dallas Cowboys fan; he also loved the Texas Rangers, golf, and music. Morris was known for his sense of humor, rubbing your nose, singing his heart out, and always answered the phone by saying “Dallas Cowboys Headquarters” or

“talk to me”. He touched so many lives with his humor. He was caring and was always there for all his relatives in their time of need. Morris loved his children and had immense love for his grandchildren.

Left to cherish his memory are his seven children, Cassie (Justin) Pauley, Shane (Ashley Hagen), Jordan, Ashley, Alex, Macey, and Drew; his father and step-mother, Richard Sr. and Mary Boyd; six siblings, Anna (Richard) Cutler, Richard Jr. (Beth), Amber, Holly (Mike) Hammond, Tracy (Cody) Medearis, Sarah (Steve Curtis); foster parents, Jim and Carol Hutmacher; foster siblings, Wade and Jennifer; special friend, Kim Siers-Thompson; seven grandchildren, Kira, Sophia, Hunter, Knox, Castiel, Gates and Gavin; and many nieces, nephews and extended family members.

Morris is preceded in death by his mother, Connie Rae Boyd; grandparents, Lawrence and Vina Hudson and Lloyd Sr. & Adell Boyd.

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  • Nancy Gulbrandson says:

    Morris you were a pleasure to know and work with. I will always remember your kind heart and ever present smile!

  • Nancy Shaddy says:

    You were a special man. Your family was so important to you. Enjoyed your wonderful sense of humor.

  • Terri Hieb Shogren says:

    Morris and I were good friends through highschool and kept in touch throughout the years. He always made me smile and laugh and was always so very kind. He taught me some Lakota sayings and he would make fun of how I pronounced them. He was a good man with a kind soul and will be missed greatly. Prayers to his family and friends and all whose hearts he touched.

  • Humphrey long says:

    Morry was my best friend all thru stJoes and high school, he was a grooms men at my wedding. R.I.P Brother

  • Angie Ladner says:

    I am so sorry to read that Morris passed away. We were coworkers at a door hardware company in Sioux Falls. Morris was a kind man and always had a smile. He was a pleasure to work with. You are in my thoughts.

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