Tate Boyster, age 30, who grew up in Boulder City, NV, went to be with the Lord on September 3, 2022. He was born April 17 1992 to Julie and Zane Boyster, and was an older brother to Emily. Tate went on to graduate with his Bachelor’s degree in Science of Mining Engineering from the University of Reno, and worked in Washington, Arizona and Texas.
Tate was united in marriage to Kayleen Veres on September 25, 2021. They met in Arizona, and shortly after dating, moved to Texas so Tate could pursue his career in the mining industry. Kayleen & Tate were lucky enough to have a rare and once-in-a lifetime love, and enjoyed every minute together.
He worked as the assistant plant manager for several large limestone quarries and enjoyed all of it. Tate was hard working, conscientious, and honest in all his dealings at work, which led to him being admired, appreciated & respected in his field.
Tate was a loving, kind and humorous man who always took the optimistic approach to everything. He had many friends while making many fond memories and would recite the memories with humor and joy. Tate loved going on adventures and exploring new places, whether that be a hike, a swim or short walk down the street to explore the new town he had just moved to. Being such a down to earth man he was easy to get along with, which explained why he had made so many friends in his lifetime.
His father and mother couldn’t have asked for a better son, he loved them dearly and would visit as often as he could. He always had humorous stories about his family and the river which were all entertaining and never got old, no matter how many times they were told. Tate’s sister Emily was younger, but definitely held her own against Tate growing up. As they became older they became close friends and Tate loved his sister very much, but still teased her now and then.
Tate will be missed more than can be imagined because he touched so many lives – more than he knew. We are so blessed to have known the amazing, loving, kind and brilliant man known as Tate Boyster. Most are not fortunate to have had this type of kindness and joy bless their lives in the way he blessed us every day.
Services will be held at 10 am on November 5, 2022 at the Marana Cemetery
Date: Saturday, November 5, 2022
Time: 10:00 am