Candance L. Boley

November 22, 1974

Murdered in Killeen, Texas

July, 12, 2011

On July 12, 2011, Candance L. Boley, known to her family and friends as Candy, became the 10th murder victim in Killeen, TX.

Candy is the catalyst for her family to bring awareness to the public that there are several unsolved murders in Killeen, TX.

Born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Candance is the second of three daughters born to Gene and Terrie.  She was a character - philosophical and serious, but with a wicked sense of humor and a boisterous laugh that was as contagious as it was loud.  She was the quintessential extrovert, life of the party, and made friends everywhere she went.  Always the brave and stoic one, Candy knew at an early age that she would join the Marine Corps and once she graduated from high school, Candy enlisted.  She had several duty stations during her four year enlistment with the USMC, including a one year tour in Okinawa, Japan.

In the ensuing years, Candy returned to civilian life and had two beautiful children, a daughter and a son.  After some time she began to struggle with drug addiction.  Determined to change her life around, she got clean and joined the Army where she was eventually stationed at Fort Hood, TX.  She quickly found that drugs in Killeen were readily available and she quickly spiraled out of control.  The Army did what they could, sending her to rehab and to see a psychiatrist by the name of Major Nadal Malik Hasan, who would eventually murder 13 people and wound over 30 at Fort Hood.  Needless to say she did not get the help she so desperately needed.  Once discharged from the Army, Candy decided to make Killeen her home.

 

In the very late hour of July 11, 2011, Candance was found murdered in her home.  The original detective with the Killeen Police Department assigned to Candy's case was Detective Ortiz.  Current Detective is F. Harris.

 

"Each day has its own destiny.  Yesterday is history, today is opportunity while tomorrow is mystery".    - T.B. Joshua

To see how Candance's family has been treated by Bell County officials please view our blogs.

"Three things cannot be hidden, the sun, the moon and the truth"   -Buddah

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