John Lyle Boland
December 31, 1951 – March 11, 2019
John Lyle Boland was born on December 31, 1951 and passed away on March 11, 2019.
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John Lyle Boland
March 17, 2019
I have known John off and on throughout the years, but more so in the last year-and-a-half approximately, if people really knew John and I can't say I totally knew him but what I do know of him and what kind of person he is ,his kindness, his honesty, his knowledge, and his caring , I knew his family, Deb Jeremy and Jason, John was not a greedy person he cared and he did go out of his way to help people, some of this I have personally seen, and some of this I have heard from other people that new him a lot better and closer to him than I have been. I do believe with everything inside of me that John is in Heaven. You John truly will be very much missed by many people, especially those who are close to you your family. They do miss you. May God be with your family. Michael Stenson
March 13, 2019
John became a friend through work. As a customer he was always patient, for he worked in a repair shop. Understanding the trials and victories of being a mechanic, John and I struck up a friendship. He was such a frequent visitor to the shop not just for repairs, but keeping me and the crew supplied with chocolate chip cookies for our coffee. I surely will miss him coming through the door saying "Morning Girls!" with a big smile on his face bag of cookies in hand. Those days he came in always seemed to be more productive, I guess he was setting the tone. He definitely had a way to make people feel valued. John you left too soon. Rest easy brother...
March 12, 2019
John has left too soon and leaves us with a very heavy heart. He taught me how to question everything by constantly asking "Why?". Conversations with John led me to look for a deeper meaning, or sometimes no meaning at all. He was very devoted helping Grandpa Walt at Spectacle Lake. No matter what catastrophe was at hand, John was in the middle fixing it. Always blunt and to the point was the best way he kept it real. John left an imprint more than he ever knew. A great loss, John will be missed!