Hoytt Lynn Busby

June 10, 1942 – April 13, 2019

Hoytt Lynn Busby, 76, of Amarillo, Texas went to be with the Lord at his home on Saturday April 13, 2019.

Services will be held at Paramount Baptist Church in Amarillo, TX on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at 11:00 A.M. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Hoytt was born on June 10, 1942 to Milton Everett and Olivia Pearl Busby in Portalas, New Mexico.

Hoytt was a natural handyman and worked as a mechanic for Xcel until he retired in 2007. After retirement he built his beloved shop where he spent most of time. He hosted a Thursday morning Bible Study at his shop and it was always one of the highlights of his week. The shop is like a living museum to his life and all of the things that he loved.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Milton and Olivia, and his siblings Clyde, Charles, Calvin, Mary, May, Norris, Ida and Joyce.

Hoytt is survived by his wife of nearly 56 years, Bobbie Busby and children, Dee Griffith and husband Brandon of Collinsville, TX, and Michale Hall and husband Tom of North Little Rock, AR. Grandchildren, Tailore Reasoner, Thomas Hall and wife Elizabeth, Elizabeth Hall, Emma Grace Hall, Hunter Griffith, and many close friends who were like family.

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17 Replies to “Hoytt Lynn Busby”

  1. Hoyt my friend and Brother in Christ. I miss our daily conversations we had for many years at Harrington Station. You touched a lot of people through out your life’s journey. Thank you for your encouragement and for your love for people. You’ve made it home ………..Well done thy good and faithful servant!

  2. We are going to miss Hoytt so much but we are rejoicing that he is no longer suffering. He has been such a blessing to so many. The work he did for others has been a great testimony of his love and the use of the many skills that God gave him! We wonder how many crosses there are around the country that came from his skilled hands!
    We love you Bobbie and family.

  3. Bobbie, we are thanking God for the memories we have shared with all of you and are looking forward to another “hug” from Hoytt in the presence of Jesus.

  4. Hoytt was a good friend and a great person. I worked with Hoytt for many years at Xcel’s Harrington Station and also shared his friendship through the love of custom cars and hot rods. He will be missed by all who knew him.

  5. During our time in Amarillo, we were so fortunate to meet and become good friends of Hoytt and Bobbie at San Jacinto Baptist.
    Such a fun and faith sharing couple. Hoytt lived his life for who/what really matters; faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and sharing his Word and faith with others!! A great man of faith. Our prayers will be with Bobbie, and other family members. Your with the Saviour you love.

    Blessings and precious memories.
    Ted and Dean Hall – Hedgesville, WV

  6. During our time in Amarillo, we were so fortunate to meet and become good friends of Hoytt and Bobbie at San Jacinto Baptist.
    Such a fun and faith sharing couple. Hoytt lived his life for who/what really matters; faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and sharing his Word and faith with others!! A great man of faith. Our prayers will be with Bobbie, and other family members. Your with the Saviour you love.

    Blessings and precious memories.
    Ted and Dean Hall – Hedgesville, WV

  7. We have known Hoytt for many years. A good friend. Thanks for all the fun times and great cookouts you and Bobble hosted for us. We praise the Lord that you can breathe without struggles now !!

  8. Brother Hoytt you were a inspiration to all that you met. You were one the best friends that a man could have. You taught me a lot through the years at Harrington Station. My prayers are with Bobbie and your children. Rest In Peace my friend.

  9. Bobbie, you are in my thought and prayers. We rejoice knowing we will see them again. Just take care of yourself and lean into Gods loving arms. Love you sister. May Gods peace sustain you at this difficult time .

  10. Bobbie, DeWanda and I would like to express our condolences to you in your time of grief. Hoytt was always one of our favorite
    people at San Jacinto/Quail Creek.
    Johnny Perdue

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