Misha Rae Hulse Boyne

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Misha Rae Hulse Boyne PhotoMisha Rae Hulse Boyne, born on May 23, 1974 in Monroe, died June 14, 2015 in Little Rock, Arkansas, due to complications from a stroke.

Misha is survived by her husband, Donald Wayne “Duke” Boyne; her mother, Cindy Cook Price and husband, Tad, of Little Rock; her father, Mark Hulse and wife Denise, of Richmond, Texas; her sister, Kristen Castillon and husband Ramsses, and newborn niece, Camila Rae Castillon, all of Little Rock; and her brother, Eric Hulse of Sugar Land, Texas.

Misha is preceded in death by her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Verle Hulse and Mr. and Mrs. H.R. “Boe” Cook, all of Minden, Louisiana; her mother-in-
law, Dianne Savoie, of Houma, Louisiana; and her father-in-law, Don Boyne, also of Houma.

Misha will be remembered for her sweet heart, her beautiful smile, and her unconditional love for friends and family. Misha was a wife, sister, daughter, cousin, aunt and friend who was loyal and kind. The love she shared for her husband was palpable to all who met the couple; the two were truly the perfect match.

Misha lived life to its fullest, and would rarely miss any event. Misha had a close group of friends, The Boss Ladies that honor their friendship on all occasions. Her house was always filled with friends and family, each day a celebration with Misha, holding court in her self-assigned chair.
Misha never met a stranger. She always found a way to connect with every one she encountered, and managed to take care of everyone who was special in her life. Her family was a priority and she treated her friends as extensions of her family. Misha was the person who everyone counted on to be the ultimate Boss Lady of every situation. Her husband Duke said it best: “to know her was to love her.”

Funeral service is scheduled for 2 p.m., Friday, June 19, 2015 at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Little Rock. A reception will follow in Morrison Hall. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Misha’s life.

Graveside services will be one week later, at 2 p.m., Saturday, June 27, 2015 at Gardens of Memory in Minden. A reception will follow at St. John’s Episcopal Church Parish Hall, also in Minden.

Donations can be made to Trinity Episcopal Cathedral or St. Francis House. Arrangements by Ruebel Funeral Home, www.ruebelfuneralhome.com.

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