Paul Edward Boggs

February 10, 1973December 28, 2018

Paul Edward Boggs of Forestdale passed away at home on December 28, 2018. Paul is survived by his wife Iralda Romero-Boggs, his two children Kaitlyn and Michael Boggs, his grandson Raiden Raymond, his father and mother Steve and Joy Lovell, and his brothers Wayne Boggs and Brian Lovell.

A private viewing was held on December 31st and a public service will be held at Town of Sandwich Cemetery on Route 130 in Sandwich, MA on Monday, January 7th at noon.

In lieu of flowers the family has set up a memorial fund to assist with expenses at, "Paul Boggs Memorial".


  • Services are private

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Kaitlyn Boggs

January 19, 2019

We had so many ups and downs but it was only because we were so much alike. I miss you unbelievably and I still can’t believe that you’re gone. I keep waiting for you to call me. I keep waiting for you to just walk through the front door and say “what’s up freaky”. I’m sad that you won’t be here to walk me down the aisle at my wedding and watch my son grow up & I know you loved him ♥️ Last time you saw him he would smile as you’d drop your eyebrows with a smile and say what are you looking at. You were the one who tried to teach me how to drive a stick and I failed horribly. You’ve made me the young woman I am today & I’m so grateful but I hate that I have to go on without you. I hate that pictures are all I have left. I’ll always be your little girl & I’ll forever try to make you proud. I love you so much ♥️ I’m just so happy you’re at peace & I know you’re not just kicking your feet up. You’re somewhere up there on a line cooking for somebody. You’re so loved and dearly missed by so many down here that were left behind. I have this huge hole in my heart that’ll never go away. All of this is so surreal & I’m so sorry this happened to you 💔 Just know that I love you with everything I have in me ♥️ I’ll see you again some day and until then I’ll hold my head high as you would want me to do‼️ Rest in the sweetest peace daddy 👼🏼🙏🏼

Brian Lovell

January 7, 2019

Today Paul was laid to rest in peace and the family thanks all who joined, for their stories and love shared on Paul's behalf. He will be missed by all who's lives he touced. We thank all who attended and know he will live on through all of you, and many others, in many ways.

Joan Mahoney

January 6, 2019

Dear friends and family of Paul Boggs. I am so sorry for the great loss of such a wonderful person. He was a hard working man with a heart so big and huggs the same. He was one of the kindest souls I ever met. Thank you for always being there for me.
I will miss you my friend
Rest in peace ❤

Callalilly Finglas

January 5, 2019

Dear Iraldla , I saw you so happy the day I saw you with Paul and did not even know who he was yet. So glad you shared love. He must have been a truly lovely man, he seemed to radiate goodness. I am so very sorry.

Cheryl Latimer-Linton

January 3, 2019

So sorry for the loss of Paul he was always such a gentleman worked with him hearth and kettle attelboro . always bringing things from the Cape to us. always a hug will always remember his hugs😘

Cherie Munsart

January 2, 2019

Aunt Joy and Uncle Steve,
I am so sorry for the the loss of Paul. I can not imagine losing a child. My prayers are with you and his brothers and children. May he rest in pease and fly free with the Angels. ❤️💙

Jane Henry

January 2, 2019

My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time. Paul was always so kind to me and I don’t believe I’ve ever known anyone who worked harder than he did to provide for his children. Joy I cannot even fathom your grief, he was good man and will be missed by many. Rest easy my friend. 💙

Brian Lovell

January 1, 2019

There will be a date coming for the public service hopefully with in a day, so please check back for updates . The public service will be held at sandwich town cemetery, off route 130, and after there will be a gathering at the Cape codder in hyannis. more to follow

Brian Lovell

December 31, 2018

My brother Paul was not only the most honorable hardest working man I knew. I considered him always the "protector" of all. he would do anything for anyone and always protect those who needed it. most of all he had the biggest heart of anyone I know. he deserved the best and never said much, but u always knew where he stood without him saying a word. love you brother