Darcy Deann Marie Haskett Eubank Boehm of Shelbyville, IL passed away on Sunday July 27, 2014.

Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday August 5, 2014 in the First Presbyterian Church, Shelbyville with Rev. Samuel Foskey officiating. Visitation will be from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. Monday at the Lockart-Green Funeral Home, Shelbyville. The family requests casual attire. Instead of flowers, donations may be made to the Presbyterian Church for the last Saturday Luncheon or the United Methodist Church pantry with monetary donations or canned goods.

She was born January 22, 1965. She was adopted by Jim and Barbara Haskett. She was reunited with three of her siblings (sisters) she had prior to her adoption, April (Tom) Fath, Mary (Ed) Boedecker and Gloria (Richard) Bruyere. One of her sisters, Tammy was never located.

Besides her sisters surviving are her daughter, Angela (Wade) O’Banion, mother, Barb Haskett, aunt, Linda Hone, brothers, Rick and Nick Haskett, step-sons Brandon and Jessi Boehm, Ryan Boehm and Tara Sloan, granddaughters, Jersey Binnion and Bailey Shain, many cousins and nieces and nephews and many friends that will miss her dearly.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Tommy Boehm, grandparents, Hazel and John Calhoun and Virginia and Carol Haskett, Uncle, Jim Hone, father, Jim Haskett her three dogs and her cat, and many of her friends waiting in heaven.

Darcy loved more than anything her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She attended many churches when she was able. If she couldn’t, she would leave her tithe in the hands of friends and ask for prayers of healing. Darcy loved her daughter and cherished the days they spent together just being happy. Her beautiful mother Barb was always there for her thru thick and thin and gave her all she had and prayed for her,

Darcy touched many lives with her love, kindness, cooking meals and giving of herself even when she thought she had nothing to give. We love her so much.

Darcy became ill in her adult life and it prevented her from spreading her wings and embracing all she wanted to be and still she made it to the First Presbyterian Church throughout the Easter season praying and talking to God. She was a beautiful young lady and we were blessed to have her in our life.

A special thank you to Brock Hammond for playing the piano and Darcy’s friends for the pictures of her life and to Angie Welton and her mother for some of the best.