OBITUARY

Brian M. Boyle

March 14, 1957November 15, 2013

Brian McCrea Boyle, 56, of Ft. Myers passed away Friday, November 15, 2013. He was a native of Bethesda, MD and practiced law in Lee County for 30 years. Brian was a man of good will, honor and generosity who helped better his community. He will lovingly be remembered by and mother Agnes; 3 sisters Kelly, Tara and Tracy; brother Gavin; 6 nieces and nephews and many friends. A memorial service will be held at a later date.

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Michael Hogancamp

April 26, 2017

I just found out,Brian you were an awesome attorney and I'm sorry to here your gone.

Sherri Curtis

December 12, 2014

I am so sorry to hear of Brian's passing. He was such a good friend. He has and always will hold a special place in my heart.

larry thompson

July 11, 2014

U will be truly missed

May 16, 2014

We are so sorry for your loss. We just found out about this tragic loss in your life and ours. Brian was so kind to us in our hour of need. I only heard of all the good he did and how gifted he was to the people. May he rest in peace, never be forgotten. My family and I were truly blessed to have known him.

The Boland Family, Ft Myers

Charlene Lehner

March 19, 2014

Just found out about Brian, we had our differences yet in the end he proved me soooo wrong.He was not my sons attorney at the time, yet spoke on his behalf, the courtroom stood still. His words made a difference. I am soooo glad I was able to tell him how truly grateful I was for all he ever did for my family. His flair and expertise will be missed.NO ONE CAN EVER TAKE HIS PLACE. RIP. To his family, you were blessed to have him, we all were. God Bless you and give you strength .

Lowell Marshall

March 4, 2014

Brian - I just came down to fla to surprise you with a visit. We were so tight in college (You, Jay and I ) I so regret never having caught up since....more so now. I am stunned. May your family grieve less and heal more with each passing day.

Mike Perry

February 17, 2014

           May the road rise up to meet you,
             May the wind be always at your back,
            May the sun shine warm upon your face,
            And the rains fall soft upon your fields,
            And until we meet again,
            May God hold you in the palm of His hand.

Brian I just found out about your passing...I cannot believe it- this is sad news ....Hail to the Redskins!!! You are missed!!

February 1, 2014

I am so sorry. Brian was so supportive of me and my family while he was defending my husband. His sense of humor kept me going through the trial. He motivated me to return to college. He kept in touch with me while my husband was on death row and even picked him up when he was released and brought him to me. My husband was released just in time to attend my college graduation. I've thought about Brian many times over the last 25 years and I wish that I had contacted him and let him know how much I appreciated him. A.Scott West Palm Beach

Larry Pivacek

December 28, 2013

I am very sorry to learn of Brian's passing. I knew Brian when I was in the State Attorney's Office. He was a gifted attorney and was always protective to other members of the bar. I recall one memory in Judge Nelson's court when my cell phone rang out. The Judge was not pleased but Brian made a quick and humourous comment to the Judge. That completely cured Judge Nelson's anger and we went on with Court. He was cool in a crunch and always a helping hand. May God keep him and bless him and welcome him into His kingdom.

Mary Lynn McDavid

December 16, 2013

Brian was my neighbor for 17 years. While we didn't socialize, he was the best neighbor EVER! We knew we each had each other's backs. He never complained about my kids' raucous parties when I was out of town, and I never complained about his dogs. Nor did he complain about mine--even after Duchess bit him in the knee. Brian had a very dry sense of humor--I never knew if he was kidding or not, but I didn't care. His good heart was a tipoff. He is missed.