Boyce Neal Hill of Edmond, OK was born June 30, 1931, to Roland and Belva Hill in Paris, Texas. He passed away November 20, 2021, at the age of 90. Boyce proudly served our country in the US Air Force, where he learned air traffic control which became his profession. He worked for the FAA as well as USAID (audit and review of air traffic control at airports; primarily in SE Asia and Middle East). Boyce also worked for ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) and later, The University of Oklahoma where he was instrumental in re-training new air traffic controllers after the huge layoff. Boyce cherished time spent with family and friends as well as traveling, golfing, gardening, attending parties and dances, seeing his Friday morning breakfast buddies, and of course watching TV sports, any sport. Boyce was an avid sightseer and throughout his life and career able to visit every continent. He kept a map of the globe where he placed a pin in each country he had visited. Each visitor to his home would marvel at the impressive number of pins that map held. It was the main item Boyce proudly displayed and shared. Boyce was a member of the United Methodist Church of the Servant and active in numerous groups, including the Young Men's Group, Church of the Servant "Living Room Group" and an honorary member by way of his wife to the Beta Sigma Phi sorority (continuing to attend parties after the death of his beloved, Janice) Boyce will be remembered for his great sense of humor. He always had a joke ready to tell and his delivery was at a pro level. He was highly skilled at many things but mostly at being social, and most assuredly "the life of the party".He is survived by three children, son Thomas Hill, daughter, Judith Hill and son, Brent Daniel; four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren as well as numerous extended family and friends who will all miss him deeply.Services to celebrate Boyce will be 10:00 AM Saturday, December 11, 2021, at the Smith & Kernke N. May Chapel.