03/08/1986 - 06/20/2023
Service Date: 07/07/2023
Service Time: 1:00 PM Reception to follow
Service Location: Gilbert Memorial Park - Reception Room

Darrell Domenic Boito was a doting father and a loving husband, family member, and friend. He left this world suddenly on June 20, 2023 at the young age of 37.

The simplest pleasures in life brought great joy to Darrell. He loved working on cars, watching baseball games, and most of all, making memories with his family. His big smile, gentle spirit, and kind heart will be greatly missed by his loved ones. Darrell’s final wishes were to give the gift of life through organ and tissue donation, and his generosity will live on through the many lives touched by that selfless decision. Darrell is survived by his wife, Michelle; his daughter, Elizabeth; his mother, Sharon; his father, Brian; his brother, Josh; his sister, Amanda; and many members of his extended family.

A celebration of life will take place at Gilbert Memorial Park, 2100 E. Queen Creek Gilbert, AZ on July 7th, 2023 at 1 p.m.



  • Love you Darrell everything people have mention about you was true and the way you value your life was the same even when we were both kids back at Hendrix and Dobson. Ill never forget you because you impacted my life with compassion helping me understanding my school work when most people didn’t show me that compassion and that I will never forget .

  • Edward Madrid MD

    I met Darrell Boito during the pandemic when Elizabeth was born. I really did not know what he looked like because he wore a mask all the time. He was an outstanding father more than anything he wanted Elizabeth to thrive in the world. He treated his family with love and respect. I will miss him greatly.

  • Yvette Sierra

    Darryl was a sweet, sweet soul and God bless him for all the lives. He is saving. I know how much he loved his family and how much you will miss him. I’m so sorry I’ll be out of town the day of the services but all my thoughts and prayers are with you all! I love you!

  • Rosalie Chaidez

    Brian and Boito family, i offer up my thoughts and prayers for you all during this great time of sadness, shock. Brian and Sharon, my husband and i know so well experiencing the loss of a child. Your son, someone who you created, gave life to – then to lose them so abruptly – it is a shock and a forever void in your hearts and souls. this is life long loss, some days you will wonder how you make it through the day, minute. Other days thinking of him will bring you a moment of happiness. No one could ever tell you, you will get over it, because you don’t. our love and thoughts to the entire family. John and Rosalie Chaidez (Brian’s Wesco co-worker)

  • Darrell it’s been a little over a week and it still doesn’t seem real that you are no longer with us ? I will forever remember you as being kind, patient and always willing to help those around you. I will remember what a great uncle you were to my boys and how much they loved you. I will remember what a great husband you were to my sister & amazing dad to Elizabeth. Our family get togethers definitely won’t be the same without you and I will miss telling you to take “one more bite” because my parents made to much food. I hope you know your organs were matched to recipients & you helped save so many lives! That’s just a testament to the guy you were and I know their families will be forever grateful. May you rest in peace darrell and we love you!

  • Jennifer Osborne (Miller Edge-PA Plant)

    I truly did not know Darrell well on a personal level. He would speak briefly of his family and was always eager to show his daughter off with a huge smile in the process of doing so. Miller Edge will not be the same without him. Professionally he was an amazing Leader and Co-Worker and seemed to have a gentle soul. My thoughts and prayers are with his family. Darrell will not only be missed by family and friends, Miller Edge will not be the same without him and his knowledge. Visits from him at our PA plant will be missed. Keeping everyone in my thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time. I am so sorry for your loss.

  • Roseanne Ortega

    Please accept my sincere sympathy. I was a co-worker of Darrell’s in the Miller Edge PA facility.
    May all your memories bring you peace and comfort in the days to come.

  • Lucy Krawchuk

    My most sincere condolences to Darrell’s family, friends and all who knew and loved him. May he find eternal bliss and happiness sitting at the right hand of God ❤️ Prayers for comfort and strength to all hearts breaking until reunited in heaven. I’m so so very sorry. God bless you all.

  • Lisa and Hugh Leather

    Dear Michelle, Elizabeth,

    Darrell and I were colleagues at Miller Edge for over 16 years and Hugh had the pleasure spending time with him at a number of company functions. We worked in the same office where I saw him grow in so many ways. From a bright young man with aspirations working the shop floor, to an Engineer assisting with and supervising so may projects. Most of all, it was such a joy to see him find love and build a family. I was honored to attend your wedding…one that will always be so fondly remembered.

    Darrel will truly be missed by all of his Miller Edge Family

    I hope that you and yours can find peace and blessings during this sorrowful chapter in your lives.

    “When it Hurts So Much”
    From Women’s Devotional Bible 1, NIV

    “….the Spirit helps us in our weakness. We do not know what we ought to pray for, but the Spirit intercedes with groans that words cannot express.”
    Romans 8:26

    Sending love an best wishes for timely healing to you and all of Darrell’s family.


    Lisa & Hugh

  • My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief.

  • Christopher Valliere

    I didn’t get a chance to come and show my respects at the service but thought I would like to drop a few memories I have if Darrell. We first met when we went to Hendrix and we were apart of a small group of friends. This continued on to Dobson where we would eat lunch together most days. Darell was a very cool guy and I will always remember that time we spent together.

  • A note to Darrell (and his family). It has been three months since you passed. I really miss our daily interactions at work. We made a good team working on product development and manufacturing activities. You are and always will be just plain brilliant! Your work on machine learning and so many different sensor technologies forged a path forward we will follow for a long time. We at Miller Edge collectively helped raise you over the past 16-years from a scrawny pup to the amazing husband and father you were destined to be. You are sorely missed in oh so many ways. You changed the lives of everyone you met for the better and I am sure you are busy doing the same right now. Gone but never forgotten, my friend. Kelly

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