Granton Boyce

Obituary of Granton W. Boyce

Granton W. Boyce, 67, of Freehold Township passed away on Monday, April 19, 2021 at home surrounded by countless family members and friends. He was born in Neptune and raised in Marlboro. Grant had also lived in Jackson before settling to Freehold Township in the late 90’s with his wife. He attended Cedar Ridge High School and went on to be a self-employed owner of his own construction company for many years. Grant loved to golf and go deep sea fishing with his son. He was an excellent cook and enjoyed making home cooked meals. Grant was very fond of spending quality time with his family and friends and could often be found entertaining. He could light up any room he entered and will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him.

He was predeceased by his mother, Gloria; and brothers-in-law, Wayne McOwen and Lawrence Wien. Grant is survived by his beloved wife of 27 years, Helene Boyce of Freehold Township; son, Alexander Boyce; father, Granton Boyce of Little Egg Harbor; siblings, Richie Boyce of Manchester, Karin McOwen of Pennsylvania, Patty Pfeuffer and her husband, Marty of East Windsor, and Frank Boyce and his wife, Cathy of West Virginia; sister-in-law, Susan Wien of Marlboro; nieces and nephews, God-Daughter, Dana, Richie Jr., Michael, Melissa, Wayne Jr., Evan, and Craig; and many loving cousins and friends.

All arrangements are private and under the direction of the Clayton & McGirr Funeral Home, Freehold Township. The family will be receiving family and friends at their home this week, April 20th through April 23rd. A gathering of family and friends in honor of Grant will be held at a later date to be announced. For those who desire, memorial contributions in Grant’s name may be made to the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, 2361 Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island, NY 10306 or to Joan Dancy and PALS, 1 Riverview Plaza, Red Bank, NJ 07701. For information, to check for future arrangements, or to leave condolence messages to the family, please visit

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