Leonard Boyd Toney

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Leonard Boyd Toney, 78, of Sallisaw, passed away on Wednesday, May 18, 2016 in Vian, OK. Boyd and his twin brother, Lloyd, were born on June 3, 1937 in Akins, OK to Percy and Maggie Mae (Christenberry) Toney. In 1959, he was married to Bonnie Anderson, they had lived on his farm for 53 years before her passing in 2013.Boyd worked as an electrician, farmer and furniture maker. His greatest love was visiting and watching his grandchildren and great grandchildren play. He was an excellent storyteller from stories of the past. He always had a smile and loved helping others.Boyd was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, 4 brothers and 5 sisters.Boyd is survived by his children; Rita Toney Miller of Coweta, OK, Darron Toney of Sallisaw, Kendall Toney of Charleston, AR and Alan Toney of Sallisaw, OK. 4 sisters; Lois Armstrong of Sallisaw, Nora Ferguson of Tulsa, Zelma Glass of Muskogee and Velma Rider of Sallisaw. Grandchildren; Darah Toney, Amanda Toney, Katie Miller, Jon Toney, Daryl Rogers, Chanisty Toney, Joston Toney, Alston Toney, Austin Miller, Kendra Toney and Sydnie Bodine. Great Grandchildren; Tucker Rogers, Jacob Toney, Parker Rogers, Payton Wyers and Brayden Bodine.Visitation will be Sunday, May 22, 2016 from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. with family greeting friends from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Funeral Services will be 10 a.m. Monday, May 23, 2016 at Forever Memories Funeral Services with Monroe Lowrimore officiating. Burial to follow in the Redland Cemetery of Muldrow. Casket bearers will be; Cecil Toney, Haskell Toney, Richard Wayne Toney, Donnie Toney, Jon Toney and Austin Miller. Honorary bearers will be Richard, Russell, Bob Rape, Henry Isham, Blakely Smith, Steve Russell and Kevin Parks.

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  1. lahoma burns

    So sorry for your loss. I remember Boney and Boyd and their smiles. They were a loving couple who would help anyone. The parties that Danny’s mom and dad had were the best memories of good time, good company, and the kind of love one has for their neighbors. Boyd was alot quieter than Bonnie but he would just sit there and laugh. Going to miss him alot and Bonnie I have missed also. They were one of a kind, can’t find those kind of people anymore. Love and prayers

  2. James and Teri Pranger

    We are so sorry for the loss of your loved one. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Hugs

  3. Elyse McMahon Bartee

    Alan and family: my thoughts and prayers are with you in the loss of your father. I pray that you will look to the Lord for strength and guidance in the days that lie ahead.

  4. Cindy Lee

    Thinking of you all.

  5. Johnnie Crutchfield

    Grade school friend.

  6. Paul E. Armstrong

    5/26/2016 PM..Surfing the internet and typing in "Sallisaw local news", I became aware of my Uncle Sonny’s passing away! I remember his "always smile" and his guitar and "Hello, I’m Johnny Cash"! and away he would sing, "I hear a train a comin’" "Miss him"?…. that is stating it mildly! A person can’t "undo" the "if only I"…" If I could just hear his voice and that guitar accompanied with that smile"……………. Memories of music, his guitar and a smile of an Uncle, which I will sorely miss but, will cherish the memories of all the good times, which are priceless, to me! "I hear a train a comin", it’s comin" around the bend………" My personal apology, to the family, for not attending the memorial service. Due to the lack of knowledge, of his passing, via cell phone or internet communication from a family member or acquaintance, I regret not being in attendance. As always, thoughts and prayers, Paul/mOSA

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