Carol M. Boyer

February 18, 1935April 11, 2019

Carol M. Boyer, 84 of Arlington Heights was born February 18, 1935 in Toledo, Ohio to John and Thelma (nee Daly) Garvin and passed away peacefully April 11, 2019. Carol was the beloved wife of the late James Boyer; loving mother of Martin J. (Judy) Boyer; cherished grandmother of Brendan (Michelle) Boyer, Kelsey James (Tanya) Boyer, Ryan (Tiffany) Boyer and Shea Boyer and great-grandmother of Annie, Everett, Emily, Isaac and Milo. Funeral services and interment will be private.


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Carol M. Boyer

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Marty Boyer

April 23, 2019

Thank you for taking the time to search for this page to read about my mom.
Her sincere loving care positively influenced every day of my life, and will continue to do so now after her death.
Countless fond memories of her with my dad, with my nuclear family, with my extended family and their friends, and with my friends throughout my life will always be cherished. Even as I write these words, I smile while thinking of silly things that I did through the years that would elicit her smiling response of "Oh, Marty..."
I love you, Mom!

Cathi Williamson Cryan

April 17, 2019

Dear Martin, Judy, kids, grandkids, Aunts/Uncles/Cousins
Sending you my deepest condolences cuz! I was so sorry to hear this news. When I saw you and Judy out in Cuyahoga Falls, a year and 1/2 ago, I don't recall you mentioning that her health wasn't so good? So, this came as a little shock to hear about her passing. Your Mom, was such a kind, sweet, generous, and loving person. She always had a smile on her face, always cared about others, and she was the best hostess ever to all of us crazy kids, when we were all growing up! She was a great lunchroom Mom, who never scolded anyone, (like me) that really needed to be down at the Principles office! haha So many great memories will always be held in my heart of her and your dad too! May God bless you all, and give you comfort through all the wonderful memories you have in your hearts. Love, Cathi